Pea vine


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(Bot.) Any plant which bears peas
A kind of vetch or tare, common in the United States (Lathyrus Americana, and other similar species).

See also: Pea, Pea

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The frank, grey eyes, the little nose, turning pertly outward; the chestnut hair, curling like the tendrils of a pea vine, seemed the right end and reward of all his wonderful adventures.
Barley stubble is fight in color, while pea vine is much darker.
We did not lose even one pea vine and harvested about 15 bushels of field peas.
For the tartare: 7 ounces lamb loin, cleaned and finely chopped 1 egg yolk 1 tablespoon olive oil plus extra as needed 2 teaspoons cooked bulgur wheat 1 teaspoon minced shallot 1 teaspoon stone ground mustard Salt and pepper For the fava beans: 7 ounces fava beans, shucked and peeled Olive oil Salt For the garnish: Fresh herbs and flowers such as anise hyssop mint pineapple sage, garlic blossoms, sorrel flowers, pea vines, and pea flowers For the tartare: Fold all ingredients together Season with salt and pepper and add more oil if mixture seems dry.
In the L'Oustau garden, long rows of pea vines heavy with pods awaited picking.
After we remove the pea vines, we plant okra on one side of the tomatoes, pole beans on the other side.
I remember spending warm summer days with my friend Carol in playhouses framed by a fence invaded with sweet pea vines of the softest colors and the most delicate petals fluttering like butterflies through our make-believe rooms.
Christmas-light clips, the double-hooked devices used to secure strings of ornamental lights to roof eaves, work just as well for attaching sweet pea vines to trellises, netting, or fencing.
I was starting to pick from the top of the pea vines, but John could see the bottom ones better.
The practice known as conservation tillage uses tilling and planting implements that leave residues - wheat stubble, barley straw, or pea vines - from last season's crop on the soil surface.
Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge: Named for its abundance of wild pea vines, the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge has been a birder's paradise since it was established in 1938.
Even though I didn't hunt every day, I wore out my fingers stuffing pea vines and wheat straw in the stubble straps of my layout, and those early mornings started to get to me after awhile.