Green pea Blauwschokker
Green pea Blauwschokker
Green pea Blauwschokker
Green pea Blauwschokker

Green pea Blauwschokker

organic seeds
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16,32 €
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9,75 €
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Green pea Blauwschokker

Pisum sativum L.


 Peas with blue pods that fade slightly during cooking. The fresh grains can also be eaten raw. The plants grow 1,5 m tall and should be planted next to the pea net (can be on either side).


This peas are to be harvested for young peas, so they must be sown one grain every 10 cm. It can also be sown between potatoes.


Peas can be sown in early spring (March), as they withstand cold well. It is also possible to sow in autumn (September, October), harvesting the crop in early spring. The leaves of peas are also edible and very tasty and can be prepared in the same way as lettuce.

Sowing time
Planting time
Harvest time
Distance between plants/rows
tolerates to -5
No. of seeds in 1g
Seeding rate per acre (100m2)
2 kg
Needs watering
Goes well with
carrot, radish, cucumber, pumpkins, brassica, lettuce, dill, fennel, kohlrabi
Doesn't go well with
leek, onion, garlic, beans, potato

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