Cowpea Seed

Cowpeas, Southern Peas, are the most productive and heat tolerant legumes around. Cowpea seeds come in bush, vine, tall and short varieties. Great for stopping soil erosion and weed suppression. Cowpeas make an excellent Nitrogen source ahead of fall-planted crops and attract many beneficial insects. Cowpeas grow well on poor land and add lots of organic matter to the soil.

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Light tan in color, oblong shape, good garden variety.

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A high yielding variety of long pods.

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The seeds are a typical blackeye type of Southern peas with cream-colored seed coats and black pigments around the eyes.

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This pea plant is high yielding, vigorous and easy to grow.

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Dimpled Brown Crowder Cowpea is a prolific yielder with pods that contain 12-15 peas, closely bunched together.

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Elite is a bush type cream southern pea that produces heavy yields of 7″ pods. Peas are delicious and easy to shell.

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Great cover crop for smothering weeds and adding Nitrogen to soil. Iron and Clay cowpeas are grown just like soybeans. A fast growing plant that can reach 3′.

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Tends to stay off the ground and cluster making for easy picking. Referred to as a “Knuckle Hull” because of the big, plump peas.

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Lady is smallest and most tender Southern pea on the market.

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Does well in most climates. Pods average 6-7 ” long, and are silver colored, occasionally streaked with rose. Easy to grow and shell.

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Hulls are purple, cowpeas are green with pinkeyes when freshly picked turning cream with dark maroon when dry.

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A bush southern pea with early maturity and good disease resistance.

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Sadandy is very similary to ‘Texas Cream’ but the peas are slightly smaller. The bush-type plants are prolific and thrive in hotter, Southern weather.

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Texas Cream is very similary to ‘Sadandy’ but the peas are slightly larger. The bush-type plants are prolific and thrive in hotter, Southern weather.

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OUT OF STOCKSouthern favorite! Bushy 2-3′ plants the bear heavy yields. 6-9″ large pods with large, creamy-white seeds.