Fagiolini dell'occhio Cowpea, 1950 Heirloom, Organic

$3.45 $3.75 -8% OFF

Fagiolini dell'occhio Cowpea, 1950 Heirloom, Organic

$3.45 $3.75 -8% OFF
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This one may not be available for 2023.  We are going to close sales on this one until we have a little more clarity on this one. 

The Seed Savers Exchange - This highly productive and beautiful yardlong bean bears pale-violet flowers and pods uniformly distributed throughout the plants. Tall vines require a strong trellis, with each stalk producing 1-2 solid-green pods encasing 16-20 brown-red, kidney-shaped seeds. Tender, juicy pods mature mid-season, reach 2' long, and have excellent flavor. This cowpea is especially delicious when eaten as a tender green bean. Grown by Vasco Marconi since at least the late 1950s in Chicago, this variety has been stewarded by family member Patti Trotsky of Naperville, Illinois, since the late 1990s. Patti donated seeds to Seed Savers Exchange in 2013. 70-80 days to maturity. Organic.

  • Organic & Open-Pollinated
  • Highly productive vines with violet flowers
  • Green pods grow up to 24 inches long with 16-20 seeds each
  • Delicious as a tender green bean
  • New for 2021
  • 50 Seeds per packet

Instructions - Cowpeas thrive in hot temperatures and full sun. Sow seeds outdoors when the soil has fully warmed. Thin to 3-6" apart. Seeds will germinate in 5-7 days.

Direct Seed: 2" Apart

Direct Seed: 1" Deep

Rows Apart: 36-48"

Light: Full Sun

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We are always adding new varieties so please check back often at Seeds - Vegetables (fireflyfarmandmercantile.com)

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