Heritage Status: New Zealand
Bio-Region of Origin: South Island
Number of Seeds: 120 seeds (enough to plant 10 sq m)
Description: Dwarf, dry, small almost round with khaki colour, grown to be eaten as dry peas for soups stews, or humus type dishes, great when sown with oats or grains in winter carbon crops as nitrogen source.
Planting Instructions: Scatter sow into trays and transplant at 20cm diagonal spacing when tops are 2-5 cm high, to avoid bird damage and rotting etc.