Tennessee Red Valencia Peanut
(Arachis hypogaea); Sold in shell; Third generation seed from our garden; ~ 95-100 days to digging; Minimum 1 ounce
Reliable producers, Tennessee Red Valencia peanut is a southern favorite well adapted to northern growing conditions. Direct seeded first week of June in well-drained loam, plants are gently harvested whole, carefully digging around the whole plant, lifting it with a potato fork. We keep the peanuts in the ground for as long as possible, harvesting when the leaves were mostly yellowed, before our first light frost in mid-September. We then hang them in the barn to allow them to completely dry down.
Growing peanuts for the first time? Please see our Peanut Growing Guide.
Unavailable for the 2023 season. Listing for reference only. Do not try to order - you will get an error.