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Little Marvel Garden Pea
Little Marvel Garden Pea Plant
Little Marvel Garden Pea
Item Id: 3300051 review

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Little Marvel
64 days — A most satisfactory pea in the home garden. The plants are compact, up to thirty inches tall, very productive, hardy, luscious and sugary. Small pods whose peas stay tender and sweet even when fully ripe and filling the pod as in the photo to the left.

It was released by Sutton & Sons of Reading, England in 1900 and was first sold in the United States by James J. H. Gregory in 1908. Sutton stated that the parentage of was 'Chelsea Gem' and Sutton's 'A-1'.  Each packet contains one ounce, which is generally enough to plant at least a ten foot row.
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Easy Peasy
I love the variety. Grows well planted in Feb, ready to harvest in April. Doesn't need support. I plant in a 4x8 square foot bed and the plants seem to support each other well.
Reviewed by: Tracy Frank from Bryan Texas. on 4/25/2014
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