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Green Arrow Pea
Green Arrow Pea
Green Arrow Pea
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Green Arrow

70 days — 'Green Arrow' is popular with home gardeners and commercial growers alike. It is high yielding and freezes well. It also has an excellent flavor and exhibits disease resistance. Ideal for shelling and eating fresh.

Pods average about four inches in length with nine to eleven peas. Each ounce is approximately 140 seeds, which is generally enough to plant at least a ten foot row.
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Short and sweet
This is a very tasty pea, especially eaten raw. In fact it's a shame to cook them. They are very tender and sweet even when fairy large so don't pick them too early. The vines are short. They never came close to the top of the tomato cage I was growing them on. They aren't very leafy either, so they can be planted pretty close together. They do stop producing and dry up after a few weeks, so don't expect a continuous harvest all summer. Enjoy them while you can and plant lots. I didn't get many pods off each plant.
Reviewed by: Paula Beach from Michigan. on 1/13/2016
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