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Pea

Duke of Albany

This ex-commercial, maincrop variety has been grown and saved by our donor since 1971. Described by Vilmorin-Andrieux (1885), it is tall (>2.1m), thick-stemmed and vigorous, requiring sturdy supports. White flowers are followed by long, dark green pods. Carters Tested Seeds catalogue of 1888 states, “A very handsome new wrinkled pea, with a profusion of extra large, well-filled pods containing 9-12 peas.”
  • Number of seeds
    10

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