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This variety is most likely Carters Daffodil introduced at the beginning of the 20th century and thought to be a selection from Carters Daisy. Described by Carters in their Blue Book of 1931 as: “Height 1½ feet. Wrinkled seed... Long, straight, pointed, deep green pods; strikingly handsome; prolific. The largest podded dwarf first early. A grand pea for table or exhibitions.” It was also awarded an RHS Award of Merit. We found it to be a little taller, around 1-1.2m in height, so pea sticks are a must.
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