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**I LOVE plants that can be neglected and still thrive well!**
**GROWN ON OUR FARM HERE IN TENNESSEE**
*WORLD'S LARGEST AFRICAN GIANT PEANUTS*
*THESE ARE TRULY THE BIGGEST IN THE WORLD!!!
The peanut is a warm-weather perennial vegetable that requires 90 to 110 frost-free days to reach harvest. Sow peanuts in the garden 3 to 4 weeks after the average last frost date in spring, when the soil has warmed to at least 55°F. To get a head start on the season start peanuts indoor 5 to 8 weeks before transplanting seedlings outdoors.
** EASY TO GROW PLANT. **
Description. The peanut is a tender perennial usually grown as an annual, a member of the legume family. The peanut plant grows from 6 to 30 inches tall, depending on the type; some are upright and erect in habit, others are more spreading. Plants form two sets of opposite leaves on each stem and yellow, sweet-pea-like, self-pollinating flowers. The flowers occur on elongated, pea-like stems just above the soil and after pollination they dip and push into the ground 1 to 3 inches to develop underground seed ends.
5 ORGANIC GIANT AFRICAN PEANUTS SEEDS*
* 5 whole Pods
Organic "WORLD'S LARGEST" Giant African Peanuts
They are very sweet peanuts and are usually roasted and sold in-the-shelL.
They are also excellent for fresh use as boiled peanuts, making peanut butter!
**MAKE YOUR OWN PEANUT BUTTER**
World's Largest peanuts with rich flavor
Tasty peanut with 2 or 3 extra-large nuts per pod. Under favorable conditions, plant yields 50-60 pods!!!
Harvest. Peanuts will be ready for harvest when the leaves turn yellow and begin to wither, usually 90 to 110 days after planting. Lift pods with a garden fork, pulling up the whole plant. Shake away loose soil and hang the whole plant to dry for about two weeks in a warm, dry place. Seeds can be removed when the hulls are completely dry.