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I posted about these late last summer. Cindy shared some exceptionally large seeded cowpeas from the garlic festival we attended together and I dried all the seed to plant this year. I suspect they might be Mississippi Silver Hulls. Just a guess, but think I'm remembering the pods and seeds met the description online. Trouble is there's conflicting info about their ultimate height and I can't figure out whether they're bush or half runner (like purple hulls). Has anyone grown these? If these are not Mississippi Silvers what would be the best guess for planting this pea that looks like a purple hull pea only almost twice as large; fence line or open patch? Does anyone know if Mississippi Silvers are determinate or indeterminate? Thanks.