Technically a bean, Black-Eyed Peas are a variety of cowpea that thrives in warm climates and helps fix nitrogen in poor soils. This staple of Southern cuisine is delicious, nourishing, and versatile. Tasty when eaten fresh or when canned, frozen, or dried for long-term storage
Southern Soul Food - Blackeyed peas have a history of being a high quality survival food because they are delicious, but also highly nutritious, packed with protein, fiber, and vitamins. They are tasty whether eaten fresh or stored long term by freezing, canning, or drying. Traditionally eaten on New Year's Day with greens for luck.
Excellent for Warm Climates - The blackeyed cowpea is technically a type of bean, grown in the Southern USA. A good choice for planting as a rotation crop to fix nitrogen and help improve depleted or poor soils.
Grow Now or Later - Plant now or store for future growing seasons. Will remain viable for years if stored in a cool dry location. Each packet has instructions for saving seeds so you can perpetuate your harvest and share with others.
Easy to Grow - Seeds are packed in a beautiful paper packet with instructions for successful growing and germination in your own home garden. Getting started is simple for both beginner and experienced gardeners.
Quality Seeds - Safe, non-hybrid non-GMO heirloom seeds proudly sourced in the USA for your family to plant and grow for years to come. Open-pollinated, naturally grown and selected to ensure the best germination rates.
These seeds for planting in your family vegetable garden will help secure your family's food needs. Each seed pack includes instructions with germination time, temperature, light needs, seed saving, and other details for successful growing to help a beginner or novice get started growing their own flowers, herbs, and vegetables.