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Mammoth Melting Pea
Mammoth Melting Pea
Mammoth Melting Pea
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'Mammoth Melting'

75 days — The vines reach five feet or more and should be trellised for better results. It is a high yielding variety, thrives in cool weather, and is uniform in production. Pods are very sweet and tender and stay that way even after they reach three inches or more and the seeds start to fill out. Truly "mammoth!"

Each ounce is approximately 100 seeds, which is generally enough to plant at least a ten foot row.
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Very tall vines -- Our favorite!
We've been growing this variety for 6 or 7 years in New Hampshire and Missouri. It has always done very well for us. Vines grow up and beyond a six foot tall fence. Be sure to tie them up. Also good for a Fall crop.
Reviewed by: Richard Shannon from Missouri. on 3/22/2017
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