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Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds
Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds
Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds
Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds
Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds
Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds
Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea Seeds

Pink-Eyed Purple Hull Cowpea

50 Seeds

$ 2.99

A heavy producer of delicious purple hull peas

  • Heavy yields
  • Pods held high for easy picking
  • Performs well even in drought
  • Delicious pink-eyed cowpeas
  • 75-85 days to harvest

MORE ABOUT PINK-EYED PURPLE HULL PEAS:

(Vigna unguiculata)  Heavy yields of long purple pods held high on the plant for easy picking.  Plants show good disease resistance and perform well even in drought.  Cowpeas can be harvested dry and used similarly to a dry bean although this variety yields much better than any dry bean we've tried.  If you are looking to maximize sustenance from the family garden, cowpeas are a staple.  Best of all, they don't require canning.  75-85 days to harvest.  Approx. 50 seeds/pkt.

Culture:  After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 2" apart, 1" deep in rows 36" apart.  Plants will vine if trellised.  Immature seeds can be cooked fresh or pods can be left to dry on the vine.

A heavy producer of delicious purple hull peas

  • Heavy yields
  • Pods held high for easy picking
  • Performs well even in drought
  • Delicious pink-eyed cowpeas
  • 75-85 days to harvest

MORE ABOUT PINK-EYED PURPLE HULL PEAS:

(Vigna unguiculata)  Heavy yields of long purple pods held high on the plant for easy picking.  Plants show good disease resistance and perform well even in drought.  Cowpeas can be harvested dry and used similarly to a dry bean although this variety yields much better than any dry bean we've tried.  If you are looking to maximize sustenance from the family garden, cowpeas are a staple.  Best of all, they don't require canning.  75-85 days to harvest.  Approx. 50 seeds/pkt.

Culture:  After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 2" apart, 1" deep in rows 36" apart.  Plants will vine if trellised.  Immature seeds can be cooked fresh or pods can be left to dry on the vine.

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Customer Reviews

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Julia Brister
Cowpeas Coming On Strong!

I planted the Pink-eyed Purple Hull Cowpeas late in summer to fill a spot in my new garden. Neighbors warned me that it would be too hot for them to germinate--but not so! The plants are up and thriving and I hope to harvest them this fall. Highly recommend!

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Michael Felkins
So far so good!

My peas are looking great! It seems like every single pea produced a plant. We can't wait until they are ready to harvest.!!

K
Kay
Taste of the South

The majority of my seeds germinated. They’re up and looking great. We’re looking forward to a taste of the south.

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Ronald Hoffman

Coming up good

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Roberta Perkins
Research their flavor...

Just planted several seeds about 5 or 6? days ago. All seeds have germinated and are growing very well! Looking forward to growing enough for a pot of beans. I chose purple hull because someone told me they have a milder flavor than the black eyed peas.
I am training them to a trellis.


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