Morton Smith-Dawe Seed Potato Supplier

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   Specialising in the following high quality products:

 Seed Potatoes   Maori Potatoes   Pink Fir Apple   Fertilisers  

Green Crops     Lawn Seeds    Yam Seed    Garlic Seed

Broad Bean Seed    Pea Seed     Propham Potato Dust

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Peas Seed Information

 Peas Greenfeast




Matures approx 75-90 days (11-13 weeks)


Main crop. Uniform, very sweet pea. Medium green. Pods are curved. Suited to a range of climates. 


Available in pack sizes: 200g and 500g.





 Pea Seed Onward




Matures approx 75-90 days (11-13 weeks) 


Dwarf variety.  Study growing, with long pods.

Ideal for cooler districts.


Available in pack sizes:  200g and 500g.


 Pea Seed - Somerwood




Matures approx 75-90 days (11-13 weeks) 


Has a lovely taste and good texture. Suitable to freeze. High yielder. 


Available in pack sizes: 200g and 500g.


 Peas seed - wf massey 


WF Massey  


Matures approx 65 days (9 weeks)  


Quick maturing. Sweet variety. Ideal for freezing.

Hardy, reliable, and grows well in cooler districts. 


Available in pack sizes: 200g and 500g.


Planting Peas 


Peas are one of best cool-season crops for the home garden and can be grown in all climates. Plant peas from autumn to spring in mild areas and where winters are cold and frosty, plant mid-winter to late spring. Plant approx 3cm deep, 8cm apart and rows space 40-50cm. 


Peas need moisture. Water the crop regularly in dry weather, particularly when the first flowers appear, and again when the young pods start to form. Harvest peas when young and tender and just filling the pods. Pick every 2-3 days to prolong flowering. 


Seeds sown in damp soil should not need any further watering until the seedlings emerge. Too much moisture especially in the first 36 hours after sowing may do more harm than good. Hoe regularly, to control weeds. When the seedlings are a few centimetres high, “hill the soil” against the row of plants to give more support. 


They prefer well-drained, neutral to slightly alkaline soil (6.5-7.5) Apply garden lime or dolomite prior too planting. Blood and Bone is also beneficial. 


If you have plenty of space peas can be grown on the ground, or with supporting structures such as trellis, netting, trained along fences or by placing a stake at the end of the rows and running string between the stakes. 


Dwarf peas can be grown in hanging baskets.  

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