NAME: Purple Pinkeye Cow Pea
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Purple Pinkeye Crowder Pea / Pinkeye Purple Hull Pea / Southern Pea
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Vigna Unguiculata
COLOR: Dark Purple Pods / Beige Peas with Pink Eyes
PLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frost
HARVEST: 55 Days
HARDINESS ZONE: Annual
PLANT HEIGHT: 18 - 24"
PLANT SPACING: 3 - 6"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average
QUANTITY: 50 Seeds
OTHER: This Southern Pea is a semi-bush type that is very popular for its superior taste, heavy yields, & disease resistance, as well as its ornamental value. The 6 - 7" pods are a lovely dark purple color, & they stick up above the foliage, making them both easy to admire & to harvest. Each pod contains 8 - 10 peas with pinky-purple eyes that look more maroon because of beige background. Purple Pinkeye Cow Peas mature early, & can be enjoyed fresh, dried, canned, or frozen in any of the wonderful ways one enjoys peas or beans.
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Apr 3, 2022
Super fast shipping with loads of seed choices.
Oct 17, 2021
Good experience just haven’t gotten to plant it yet
Oct 2, 2021