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***OK TAS*** (Pisum sativum)  Heirloom dating back to 1891.  Also known as "Telephone'.  Climbing type to 2m.  Highly productive producing abundant, dark-green, very sweet peas with pods to 13cm in length.  70 days.  160 seeds

(PeaClimbing02176)

SKU PeaClimbing02176
Shipping Weight 0.0030kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

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