Black-Eyed Pea Shelling Bean

New! 60-80 days. Native to Africa, earthy, nutty Black-Eyed Peas have been grown in the American South since the 1600s, and are steeped in history and tradition. Eating them on New Years Day, traditionally with Collard Greens, is considered good luck. With pork and rice, they are a key ingredient in Hoppin’ John, a traditional southern dish. Green when fresh, when dried they are a rich cream color with a black spot where the bean was attached to the pod. (OP.) One packet of about 300 seeds

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