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Lady Southern Pea
Lady Southern Pea (Cowpea)
Lady Southern Pea
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Southern Pea (Cowpea)

90 days — Also known as 'Lady Finger', 'Lady' is a heat tolerant, cream-type Southern pea.  The peas are very tasty, very small, and cream colored with a darker eye. They are good at the green shelly stage, frozen or dried.

One of the first commercially available varieties, 'Lady' dates back to the early 1800s and was sold by most Southern seed companies over the years, often under varying names.[1]  Because of the small seed size, there are a lot of seeds (up to about 350 seeds per ounce), one packet goes a long way.

  1. "Agricultural Varieties of the Cowpea and Immediately Related Species," by Charles Vancouver Piper, USDA Bulletin No. 229, 1912 
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