A gardener has made a cottage out of pea soil and said it is the “perfect landscape tool” for growing crops in the rainforest.
The “tuttle” pea is a member of the same family as the red clover, and is used to make beds for seeds in the wild.
This video is part of the BBC’s ‘The Plants’ series, a week-long series exploring the most important plants in our gardens.
To listen to the full programme, go to BBC iPlayer BBC News: The plants The plants have been used to produce seeds in recent years, such as one used in the UK to grow corn, a grain used in soups and other dishes.
“In some areas, pea grasses are used as fertilizer and to fertilise trees and shrubs,” said Jane Goodall, from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand.
“We’ve used them for a number of years to grow peas and we’re really pleased with the results.”
There are two main kinds of peas.
One is a medium-sized pea and the other is a very small one.
We have used the smaller of the two to grow rice.
“The big thing about pea pea plants is that they can be grown at any season.
They grow well in cool temperatures and they can also be grown in dry environments.”
The pea was first discovered in the tropical rainforest, but has since spread from its home in the Pacific islands, to be grown throughout the world.
“Peas are a very, very versatile plant, they can grow anywhere and they have a lot of different uses,” said Ms Goodall.
“So you can grow them for making pea bread, you can use them to make a variety of other things.”
We’ve had them used for many different uses in the tropics and in other parts of the world, from rice to coffee.
“It’s a great landscape tool.
It makes it easy to grow the plants in a container and then to move them around, which is something we’d really like to see in the future.””
The plants are an essential part of your garden and can provide a huge amount of value to the land and the environment,” said Mr Scott, from South Wales, who is an amateur gardener.
“They also provide an incredible opportunity to grow your own food, as you can pick them out of the soil and use them in cooking.”
To hear more about how the plants grow, read The plants’ story on BBC World News.
What you need to know about the pea:The peas are divided into two families – the large and the small.
The large variety grows in tropical rainforests in South America, but can also grow in subtropical and temperate areas.
The small variety grows mostly in the temperate zones of North America and Europe.
The plant is found in most of the continents except Antarctica, where it is most widely distributed.
The medium-size variety is found mostly in tropical and subtropic areas.
“This is a relatively small species,” said Goodall who said it was found mainly in temperate, subtropics and subtrophic zones of the globe.
“This species is particularly good for food and a source of protein, but also for fibre and for making fibre into a lot more complex fibres like wool, and that’s very important for the future of farming.”
The medium pea, also known as the black, was first found in South Africa and has been grown for thousands of years.
It is a long-lived species, with only about 20 to 25 years of growth.
“These days it is one of the most widely grown pea species in the world,” said Lisa Taylor, from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom.
“You can grow it for as little as six weeks and then it’s ready for harvest.”
To make peas, the seeds are washed in water and then dried out to dry out.
“It’s not hard to do it,” said Taylor.
“You just need a garden towel and some good peat moss.”
To add some colour, the peas can be dried with the help of a mixture of sand, water and a few drops of water.
They then have to be dried in the sun and put on a bed of straw.