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I have seeds of a dutch heirloom: Pisum sativum 'Blauwschokker' see picture.
In your area you can sow them in March or April, not later. The seeds are viable for several years.
It needs to be staked (6-8 feet high). It can be eaten fresh (the best) , it can be frozen raw, cooked and canned or dried.
Yes you got it right , sorry, no disrespect intended .
I did not see the proper name --> "Cyclanthera pedata" there with it .
are you interested in any of the veggies i have on my list I have them listed in my want list but i do have most of them. but they will be at the end of the season befor the seed are ready due to planting of this years crop.
Most on your list I already have. But I would like to try the Beta vulgaris Ruby red, the Lycopersicon lycopersicum Black Cherry and the Turkey beans. But please give me some info about the last one. How high will it grow? What is the best time to plant them in zone 6?