Blauwschokker climbing Kapuchin Organic seeds
  • Blauwschokker climbing Kapuchin Organic seeds
  • Blauwschokker climbing Kapuchin Organic seeds

Blauwschokker climbing Kapuchin Organic seeds

Organically grown Blauwschokker Capucijners is a high-climbing capuchin variety with beautiful purple-blue pods. The capuchin peas are very tasty.

This high Blue Capuchin can grow up to 180 cm high, so it is necessary to grow along wire mesh or brushwood.

  • climbing pole capuchin
  • mid-early capuchin variety 
  • purple-blue pods
  • suitable for freezing

This Blue capuchin plant does not suffer much from night frost.

Capuchins can be compared to garden peas, only the peas can be consumed. It is most common to consume the peas fresh, freezing after blanching is also possible. A final option is to let the capuchin peas ripen and use the dried peas.

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Description

Organically grown Blauwschokker Capucijners is a high-climbing capuchin variety with beautiful purple-blue pods. The capuchin peas are very tasty.

This high Blue Capuchin can grow up to 180 cm high, so it is necessary to grow along wire mesh or brushwood.

  • climbing pole capuchin
  • mid-early capuchin variety 
  • purple-blue pods
  • suitable for freezing

This Blue capuchin plant does not suffer much from night frost.

Capuchins can be compared to garden peas, only the peas can be consumed. It is most common to consume the peas fresh, freezing after blanching is also possible. A final option is to let the capuchin peas ripen and use the dried peas.

Cultivation method Blueshock Capuchin Capuchin

Sowing blueshock capuchin

Sow capuchin peas directly in the field from early March to mid-May. Sow in lines or rows 90cm apart, placing 2 peas together in the row with 10cm space between each pair of peas and the next. Make sure that the soil remains sufficiently moist during growth.

Do not use fresh farmyard manure.

Harvesting blueshock capuchins

Harvest capuchins from May to July. The pods can be harvested fresh or dried.

Tip: protect the crop against bird damage with nets.

For all capuchins, peas and pods, an early cultivation (March/April) yields better results. With a later cultivation from May, this can cause fewer pods and problems with mildew.

100% organic seeds

These seeds from De Bolster are 100% organic seeds: pure nature!

De Bolster uses no artificial fertilizers, pesticides and the seeds are completely free of genetic modification (GMO). Because the Bolster seeds are 100% organic and the production process is controlled by the independent institute 'Skal Biocontrole', these seeds are allowed to carry the EKO and European BIO quality mark.

EU BIO de bolster organic seeds

With the organic seeds of De Bolster you are sure of a healthy and organic start to your cultivation!

Specifications

Reference
BS-1220-B
EAN
8717202600243
Tags
Brand
De Bolster
In stock
4 Items

Other features

Botanic name
Pisum sativum
Cultivar
Blauwschokker
Category
Annual
Support needed
Yes - climbing bean
Position
full sun
Organic
Organic seeds
Planting time
February - April
Flowering period
June - September
Height
180-200cm
Color
Purple
Contents
75 gram
Seeds per gram
3
Sufficient for m²
9 m²
Collection
De Bolster

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