Seeds Sprouts- Pea Dun

Non-GMO. Organic. Heirloom.

The Dun Pea is native to Australia. A hearty heirloom Dun pea has slowly become just as popular sprouting on a kitchen countertop as it is growing out in the garden. Rich in protein, fiber, and low in calories This is a great pick for indoor growing, sprouting and early harvesting as a microgreen.

Dan peas - 

Dunn pea sprouts are sweeter and more durable.
More details for growing and recipes are further down the page.
Soaking time: whole night.
Amount of seeds: one very dense layer.


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Species Microgreens
Scientific Name Pisum sativum subsp
Germination Period 4-8 days
Days till maturity 15
Sowing Depth 0
Sowing Intervals 0
Sowing Months January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Sowing Instructions

On Dun Pea - Dun Pea

The dun pea is named for its brown color (dun). Dunn's pea is round with greenish-brown pits.

The Dan pea seeds are more resistant to growing and storage conditions.

Excellent for growing also as baby leaves.


Dunn pea sprouts taste sweeter than regular peas.

How to grow pea sprouts:

Growing peas as sprouts, stems, and leaves. Sweet taste. The duration of growth for sprouts is 5-10 days.

The pea sprouts can be grown in a clay sprout, on a coconut substrate, or in soil.

It can be grown until the stage of pod growth and the flowers can even be eaten.

Nutritional values of pea seeds:

Peas are an amazing source of antioxidants, folic acid and a lot of protein help control blood sugar levels, and give a feeling of satiety. By growing sprouts, you get a lot of chlorophyll that helps detoxify the body, and accelerates wound healing.
Contains vitamins A, B, and C.
Excellent for dieting because their energy density is low and therefore they contain very few calories.

Pea sprouts are an excellent source of iron!


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