I’m finding myself with an abundance of pea seeds, way more than I could possibly plant this summer. These are heirloom seeds that I was able to harvest from my garden last fall and they’re pretty, no? Anyways I thought I’d pass along my extras to the first five people that are interested – sorry but it’s going to have to be people currently living in Canada, I’m not sure about the laws regarding agriculture and crossing the border. Here are the details:
Carouby De Maussane Sugar Pea (Pisum sativum), 20 seeds per envelope unless you specifically request less. They have a tasty edible pod and they get these pretty purple flowers all over them. And the best part is that you can leave a few to dry on the vine then plant them in your garden next year, you may never have to buy pea seeds again! They were certified organic when I got the originals and I like to think they’d still be considered organic, just not certified.
So, if you’re interested, be one of the first five people to email me requesting your packet.
I can’t wait for gardening season…
10 thoughts on “free pea seeds!”
My 90 year old dad would love these seeds. He, my sister and I garden every spring/summer. Thanks, Cindi
i would love some seeds, but I live in Sweden, but it will be fun to see your peas grow here in Sweden. Love your blog.
Mikaela – Thanks for your interest in my seeds. Sorry I won’t be able to send you some, I’m not sure what the laws are regarding sending agricultural products across the border.
Thanks for the offer and there would be enough to share with a friend 🙂
I would love some. Peas are my favourite thing to plant in Spring. 🙂 Thanks for the offer. Maybe I can send you something in return?
that’s awesome – don’t suppose you have any left?
What an opportunity! I would love to plant a short row and experience these interesting seeds.
I would love some of your Carouby de Mausanne seeds. I love this variety and am having a difficult time finding them. Can you help me out?
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Are you still giving out pea seeds?😉
Nope! All done Terry!