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Champ Peanuts – Two Plants

Champ Peanuts – Two Plants

$ 29.77

Champ Peanut plants are a special Virginia-type of peanut plant bred to have a shorter growing season – nearly 60 days shorter than the growing season of most peanuts, making it a good choice for colder climates. They are also disease resistant and can be garden-planted or container-grown. It’s one of most widely grown crops in the world because of its flavorful, edible seed that you can turn into delicious peanut butter! The Champ Peanut yields 50 to 60 pods with one or two extra-large nuts per pod.

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What you'll get with your order:

  • Two very nice, good-sized plants, each 4" to 7" tall. Not leggy, not plugs, not seeds.
  • Individually grown and shipped in 3.5" pots. The generous pot size offers you plants with a well-developed root system, giving you a head start to fruit.
  • We stand behind all of our products and we carefully package our plants and ship them quickly so they're ready to plant when you get them. If anything happens during shipment, we'll replace it!
  • Every order includes our exclusive instruction booklet with helpful hints on planting a garden.

Plant 12” inches apart in a full sun location after the danger of frost is over. Peanuts need a light moist and sandy soil with generous amounts of compost and manure to grow. Build a mound of soil up around each plant to provide plenty of drainage for the plants, water often but do not over water. These plants can also be grown in containers, but make sure it drains well. If using containers, you can help extend the growing season by sheltering plants when there is a danger of frost. Your peanut plant will be ready for harvest when the leaves begin to turn yellow, usually in late summer or early fall. When ready, pull it out by the root and allow it to dry for  three to four days.


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