Tennessee Red Valencia

Peanut Seeds


Delicious, high yielding with papery red seed covers! Long pods, two to five kernels per pod. Easy to grow. Heavy yielder. Tennessee Red peanuts are the most popular Valencia’s grown today. Tennessee Red Valencia is known for their slightly smaller size and sweeter taste in comparison with Virginia or Spanish peanuts.


TRANSPLANTING: Sow 2 seeds per 2-3″ container, 1″ deep, 4-6 weeks before last frost date. When last frost has passed harden off transplants and sow outside. Peanuts have a long harvest to maturity and will get best results with transplanting. Space 5-8″ between plants, transplant 3″ deep and 18-24″ between rows. Germinate at 70-80F for best results and then grow at 70F inside.

DIRECT SOW: Sow seeds 1-2″ deep, 5-8″ seed spacing, 24″ row spacing. Plant when soil temperature is above 65F. Keep soil constantly moist while germinating.

HARVEST: Wait for leaves to turn yellow will give best yield. Wait right before last frost to harvest up all seeds and allow to dry outside for 2-3 days before bringing inside.

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