Peanuts

Peanuts should be planted when the soil is warm, after the last frost.  Keep as weed free as possible.    We leave the peanuts in the shell for shipping purposes to prevent damage to the seeds.  Please remove the peanuts from the shell before planting. With all that went on in 2018 we only got a partial crop here but Darrel was successful in Alabama so we are pleased to get some back in the list.

 

Black Peanut - 100 days - Normal looking pods until you open the pod and see the deep purple-black sweet nutty kernels.  Carefully husk just before planting.   1 oz  Pkt with the husks on $3.00

Bramling Pink- 120 days- Heirloom from Tennessee.  Long pods have up to 4 nice flavored, pink skinned peanuts.  UNAVAILABLE FOR 2019

Schronce Black - 110 days - A little larger than Black.  This variety has a long history.   Later in season.  1 oz Pkt. $3.50 

Texas Red and White- 120 days- beautiful red and white seeds.  1 oz Pkt. $3.75

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Sand Hill Preservation Center

Heirloom Seeds & Poultry

1878 230th Street

Calamus, IA 52729

563-246-2299

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