Big Red Ripper is a Virginia and North Carolina heirloom crowder type cowpea. Good flavored table pea with 10 in. pods containing as many as...View full product details
A local favorite in Cajun country since the 1950s, and introduced in 1989 by Southern Exposure Seed Exchange. Dwarf-type plant 2½-4 feet tall spineless plants...View full product details
Crowder peas are perhaps the most under used beans or peas around. Crowders are similar to more common black-eyed peas, but have a deeper, more...View full product details
Classic okra developed in Clemson, North Carolina in 1939, and an AAS winnter. The 4-7 foot plants have with few side-branches. The spineless characteristic makes...View full product details
Texas heirloom okra with very colorful red and green 6 foot high plants. Grows 6 inch long, thick, green pods with reddish tips and ribs...View full product details
The classic black-eyed pea is a must for any fan of Southern peas. This improved variety was introduced in 1975 by the University of Georgia/AES....View full product details
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