Shelling Peas

Our shelling pea seed selection is bound to have your mouth watering, most of the fresh pea harvest in every garden almost never makes it back to the kitchen. It the gardeners tax to be able to snack of a few delicious, sweet, tender peas that are eaten straight off the vine.

Shelling peas need to be planted en-mass to ensure that enough gets harvested to make a meal and then probably a few extra lines to be able to freeze some of these sweet delights for later in the year.

Most often shelling peas have a high fiber content in the pods, making them unsuitable for eating the whole pod, especially once the seeds have started to swell. This is the reason why they are called shelling peas.


Blue Bantam Pea

Blue Bantam Pea

Pisum sativumA super early producer of really tasty pods. This is a short growing variety and is con..

R34.59

Bolero Peas

Bolero Peas

Pisum sativumA superb freezing pea with a high sugar content. Bolero is a vigorous grower and is Pow..

R30.27

Early Perfection Peas

Early Perfection Peas

Pisum sativumA shelling pea variety prized by gardeners for its exceptional flavour, early abundance..

R34.59

Greenfeast Peas

Greenfeast Peas

Pisum sativum Greenfeast is one of the staples in our family. We annually plant 2 double rows of ..

R30.27

Tom Thumb Peas

Tom Thumb Peas

Pisum sativumTom Thumb Peas are a superb pea for container gardening or for those of us that simply ..

R34.50

Wando Peas

Wando Peas

Pisum sativumFirst introduced in 1943 as a cross between two heirlooms, Laxton's Progress (England) ..

R37.39

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