Pea Te Anau Salad | Members Only Preservation Pack
GENUS: Pisum SPECIES: sativum
Heritage Status: New Zealand
Bio-Region of Origin: Southland
Number of Seeds: 25
Description: Outstanding bush pea, producing excellent crops of shell-out peas. The tendrils, when young, can be picked and eaten like pea sprouts in a salad. Stunning looker. Originally from the Henry Harrington Collection – also known as Henry’s Salad Pea.
Planting Instructions: Sow in early Spring and early Autumn into seed trays to avoid slug, snail, and bird problems. Transplant into garden when 2-5 cm high at 20 cm diagonal spacing.