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Irish Seed Savers
Supporters Organic Seed Catalogue
When you become a supporter of the Irish Seed Savers you are entitled to FREE seeds and FREE potato seeds from our supporter's catalogue. On the left of this page you can download an order form. Please post in your completed order form and we'll have your seeds off to you as soon as possible.
Winterkefe mangetout (Sugar Snap and Mangetout Varieties)
An unusual variety of mangetout. A tall plant with fragrant pink/purple flowers, developing into numerous large pods. Good for Autumn sowing under cover.
A tall-growing sugar pea dating back more than a century from Virginia, USA, giving an excellent crop of sweet, sickle-shaped pods that may be eaten whole.
A variey from the seed savers exchange in America, grows tall up to 1.8m, producing a good crop of crisp mangetout and very distinctively sweet peas, that need to be eaten while young.
San Custofero Pea (Pea varieties - Pisum sativum)
A hardy over-wintering pea. Grows up to 1.6m so needs good support. In spring produces great abundance of long pods with 8 or 9 peas therein. A tasty treat early in the year.
Irish Green pea
SORRY OUT OF STOCK
As the name suggests, native to Ireland. Plants grow vigorously up to 2m high, with plentiful pods containing sweet, round tasty peas. Hardy & mildew-resistant.
A perfect garden green pea: not too tall, producing early, with up to 8 sweet delicious peas per pod that hold their sweetness well.
Looking like a cross between a pea and a bean, up to 2m tall with beautiful mauve maroon flowers. Pods are large with huge peas. Can be eaten raw when young, but better cooked when mature. Delicious & wholesome.
Again an Irish heritage variety, originally saved in the Russian gene bank. It grows quite tall, with prolific small pods and sweet peas, best eaten while young. Good disease resistance, the peas can also be left to mature and dry off, to be used as a soup pea in winter.
This is a variety given to me from the Court of Eden seed savers in Holland. The pea plants are quite remarkable with beautiful extensively curled 'twig' like tendrils. They grow appox. 1.2m tall, the pods quite full, 8-9 peas with good flavour.