Novella peas need no support and taste great

Hunter, Jim
July 1992
Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Jul/Aug92, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p20
Recommends growing the Novella pea because it does not require staking. Easy to pick; Nutritional content; Storage.


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