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Southern Grove Peas - Southern

Zones 7-10

Let's talk legumes. Southern peas have a long and beloved tradition in cuisines across the south, and for good reason. Cowpeas, chowder peas, black-eyed peas, and hull peas are classics, and species like butterpea and summerpea fit right in, too. Southern peas are not true peas but rather a type of bean, and you'll fit these hardy and filling staples into all kinds of dishes. Southern peas are typically grown as warm-season annuals, and they prefer well-drained soil and full sun exposure. They are known for their ability to fix nitrogen in the soil, making them beneficial for crop rotation and soil fertility. Southern peas are relatively easy to grow, and they can be a rewarding addition to a home garden, providing a bountiful harvest of nutritious legumes.

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