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Zipper


Zipper Peas are a southern pea that is planted after the weather is warm, often after the spring peas are past in the south.

Grow time: 66 days.

A large, easy shelling cream pea with high yields and a delicious flavor. Great fresh or processed. The pods are medium green with large white, creamy peas. Low bushy snap peas type plant.  Zipper Peas are a southern pea that is planted after the weather is warm, often after the spring peas are past in the south.  They are a low bushy plant with some vining tendencies, but don’t need to be trellised. Three to four pods grow on an upright stem above the leaves. Each pod may contain 12-18 creamy peas. Unzip them by breaking off the blossom end tip and pulling along the wide seam of the pod. Grown successfully even in Ohio. Delicious creamed or just salted and buttered. Can be frozen.

Directions:  3200 sds. per lb. 1 pound per 100 foot row. Can be planted in March and April. For an early crop, plant as soon as ground can be worked.  Plant 1 to 2 inches apart in rows spaced about 12 inches apart. All peas are OP. Plant in early July for a fall harvest.

1/4 lb.
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$2.09
1/2 lb.
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$3.30
1 lb.
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$5.28
5 lb.
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$23.65
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