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Pea Champion Of England

Apparently, this fantastic pea was bred by William Fairbeard in Kent (1843) and was grown than none other than Charles Darwin, appearing in his book ‘The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication, 1868. ‘Champion of England’ quickly earned a name for itself for being a tasty, productive climbing variety and was judged as THE best pea by the Journal of Horticulture in 1876. Harvest July-September.