White or Cream Crowder
A strictly Southern grown table pea has been known to a few many years growing in popularity very rapidly both for gardens and for planting on a large scale with corn. It is white or cream in color very sweet and gets the name Crowder from the fact that the peas fit the hull very closely. This is a bunch pea and very prolific and should be planted as you would any other bunch garden peas. They sell well on any Southern market both as a green shelled pea and as a dry shelled pea for Winter use.
California Black Eye Peas
The most popular black eye table pea. Good either for snaps or shelled. The peas are large vines tall and the most prolific of the black eye types.
Brown or Sugar Crowder
An early edible podded variety used also for green shelled peas and as dried peas during Winter months. Vine thick-stemmed and branching dark green in color. Pods round plump blunt medium green filled with 12 to 20 brownish peas crowded tightly together. Seed smooth buff-brown with darker brown eye. Used also as a forage crop and for soil improvements.