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Biskopens Pea - Annapolis Seeds
Swedish Red Pea (Biskopens)
Price: $3.00

aka; Bishop’s Grey or Biskopens. Among the most productive of our dry peas. Beautiful reddish-purple seeds, I’ve never seen another pea quite like it. A very rare Scandinavian heirloom. We grew this one for years under the name Bishop's Grey, but decided around 2012 that Swedish Red was more a suiting name. 30-50 seeds (12 g)


-Grown in Nictaux, NS by
Annapolis Seeds

St. Hubert Soup Pea
St. Hubert Soup Pea
Price: $3.00

A very productive green soup pea, almost always our highest yielding variety. The plants need lots of support as they can grow upwards of five feet. An old Quebec heirloom, grown in the St. Lawrence Valley since at least the 1700’s. 30-50 seeds (12 g)

- Grown by Annapolis Seeds

Lancashire Lad Pea
Lancashire Lad Pea
Price: $3.00

Tall 6 foot vines with big yields of purple-podded peas. A good dual purpose variety, tasty as a shell pea and also good dry in soups. Beautiful purple blossoms. 30-50 seeds (Approx. 12 grams)

- Grown by Annapolis Seeds

Amplissimo Pea
Amplissimo Pea
Price: $3.00

Looking for a northern chickpea alternative? Amplissimo is a heavy producer of mild flavoured tan pea seeds perfect for making into a tasty hummus-like dip. Tall vines require trellising. 30-50 seeds (12 grams)

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm
Capucijner Pea
Capucijner Pea
Price: $3.00

A very old variety developed by Capuchin monks in Holland in the 1500's. Best as a dry soup pea but good fresh as well. Beautiful purple pods and pink flowers on 4 foot vines. 30-50 seeds (12 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Canadian Pea
Canadian Pea
Price: $3.00

A high-yielding yellow soup pea which can grow to 5 feet. 30-50 seeds (12 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
King Tut Pea
King Tut Pea
Price: $3.00

Tall, striking plants produce pink flowers followed by short purple pods filled with large tan seeds. The dry peas look somewhat raisin-like and are delicious whole in soups. Also decent as a fresh shell pea. Give plenty of support as the vines like to climb! 30-50 seeds (12 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds