They grow on a bush-type plant, and are ready to harvest in 120 days.
They are smaller than most other types of peanuts, and roundish, with a reddish-brown skin on them.
They are mostly grown in Oklahoma and Texas, but also in New Mexico.
3% of the peanuts grown in America are Spanish Peanuts (2004 figures.) 44% of them (2004 figures) are used for candy/
They are also used for peanut oil, because they have a higher oil content than other types of peanuts.