Heirloom pea identification
After being told by several seed stores that they no longer carried Whippoorwill pea seed and could not get any, I became extremely interested in seed saving.
My first attempt was with a few unusual-looking peas in a bag of mixed peas given to me for consumption.
After much heavy rain, and seeds sprouting in the pods, I now have a variety of very pretty seeds.
Maybe someone can tell me what they are.
There is a strong possibility that I was given peas that were grown, and seed saved, back in the 70's.
1. One matches a desciption of Blue Goose. 2.One is black with red swirles. 3.There's one black with very small white random spots and blotches. 4. A red one with black mottling.
5.A pearly grey with a large, dark black eye. 6. A small tan with brown speckles. A small dark grey with speckles.