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***NOT TO TAS***  (Pisum sativum)  French heirloom.  Climbing type to 2m producing long, thick, juicy, sweet & tender pods; heavy bearing. Delicious flavour. Attractive deep-purple flower.  65-75 days.  60 seeds

 

(SnowpeaClimbing02220)

SKU SnowpeaClimbing02220
Shipping Weight 0.0020kg

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