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How to Grow Colossus Peas | Home Guides | SF Gate


Colossus peas belong to the southern pea family that includes cowpeas, blackeyed peas and crowder peas. This heat-loving crop needs a long hot growing ...

Colossus Southern Pea (Cowpea) 28 g [16114] $2.75 : Southern ...


62 days [1972, Clemson AES] One of the largest and best crowder peas. Light- brown seeds in straw-colored, purple-tinted 7-9 in. pods. Large, bushy plants ...

How to Grow Southern Peas - Harvest to Table


Mar 27, 2009 ... Raise rows 6 to 8 inches above the garden; Southern peas grow best ... Calico Crowder (79 days); Colossus (85 days); Knuckle Purple Hull (75 ...



Has anyone grown Colossus Southern Pea? How is it's flavor and production? Thank you! http://www.southernexposure.com/colo...8-g-p-653.

Southern Peas (National Gardening Association)


Jun 23, 2008 ... Southern pea plants grow as vines, as bushes, or along the ground ... My favorite variety is ' Colossus ', a great tasting, highly productive pea ...

Colossus Southern Pea (Cowpea) - Heirloom, Open-Pollinated, non ...


Mar 18, 2012 ... 60 days — Plants produce good yields of nine to ten inches long pods that are light-brown in color filled with darker brown peas that shell easily ...

Some folks evidently didn't go through the great depression


types. Colossus, Hercules, Mississippi Silver, Clemson Purple and Zipper Cream are good ... peas. If you want to grow those try Queen Anne for blackeyes and

Southern Pea - Aggie Horticulture


Blackeye #5, Champion Cream, Colossus, Crowder, Mississippi Silver, Pink Eye Purple ... Seedling spacing 2-6" on 36-42" beds (depending on variety grown).

A Field Guide to Field Peas | The Local Palate


Aug 2, 2013 ... ... Rattlesnake, Iron Clay, Bird, Cow, Colossus, Hercules, Mississippi Silver, Shanty, ... Field peas have flourished in the South for over three hundred years and ... Moreover, pea plants are selving, so multiple varieties can be ...

Southern Peas | NC State University


Sep 1, 1997 ... Good yields, easy shelling, erect plants. Colossus. CR. Silver green. Brown. 75. SV. F, N. Large seed, good flavor. Mississippi Purple. HC. S, C.