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As a comment about English Pea (Pisum sativum 'Burpeeana Early'), farmerdill wrote:

Quick maturing. Pods are a decent size. Not very tolerant of heat, under stress before Sabre, Premium, Green Arrow, or Penelope. Under my conditions, a once over harvest and the vines are gone. Moderate yield. In fairness, when Burpee introduced this variety in 1949, it was specifically recommended for northern states.
Name: Rob Duval
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It would seem Burpee was correct with that. When I grew these in New Hampshire, they produced all summer long for me, with only a moderate slowdown during the hottest periods.

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