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Pea Piccolo Provenzale (101-2)

$3.50

A dwarf variety, grows about 36" tall. Tiny, incredibly sweet peas with 6-8 peas per pod. A memorable experience cooked with pancetta. 55-60 days. A packet is about 2.5 ounces and has approximately 300 seeds. Approximately 4-5 seeds per gram.

Packet: 50 grams

Bulk: 220 grams

To see our growing guide for peas, click here.

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A dwarf variety, grows about 36" tall. Tiny, incredibly sweet peas with 6-8 peas per pod. A memorable experience cooked with pancetta. 55-60 days. A packet is about 2.5 ounces and has approximately 300 seeds. Approximately 4-5 seeds per gram.

Packet: 50 grams

Bulk: 220 grams

To see our growing guide for peas, click here.

Reviews (3)

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None of these left the farm. I know, they're supposed to be for customers, but my neighbor and I got together and I decided to make peas and pasta. In a simple cheese sauce, these peas just shine. So sweet and delicious, that we had to have them again! And again! So this year, I'm planting two 50' rows, so that someone else may get a chance to try them. I plant these both in fall and in early spring. Hardy, productive and delicious!
Posted by Foothill Farm on 2nd Dec 2014

As I noted above, they started to bear at the end of Sept. from a fall planting. The kids are still munching on them in the garden, so they are also long cropping. The harvest has slowed a bit, but the kids are popping them as flat " Chinese " type morsels now as we are expecting frost in a few weeks, not giving them time to fill out. They are so tender and sweet and still flowering
Posted by shannon on 19th Nov 2014

These are the rustic country peas. They are small,sweet and tender. I have only been able to cook once in several years of growing late winter and fall, since my 3 daughters( aged 7-11) "help" me shell them. Unfortunately they eat them as fast as they shell them, not leaving any to cook! Wonderful! As to the 36", maybe it is just in my garden, but they get to 6 inches and start bearing and never have they gotten taller than 18 inches.
Posted by Shannon Robinson on 30th Sep 2014