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Snow Pea 'Snow Sweet'
Pisum sativum


Hardiness

Peas do poorly in hot weather, so grow as a spring and fall crop in most Zones, and as a winter vegetable in frost-free climates.

Light

Full sun
Soil

Loose, well drained
Water

Regular watering
Habit

Vines average 24 inches (61 cm) tall
Beans

3 to 3.5 inch (7.6 - 9 cm) pods

Comments:

3 to 3.5 inch (7.6 - 9 cm) pods with excellent, sweet taste. Similar to 'Snow Green' but a more tender snow pea. Vines do not require support. Harvest 60 days from sowing. Disease resistant.

Sources:

Since these are brand new to the market, it's hard to list definite sources. Ask for them at:

  • Online vegetable and flower seed websites
  • Mail order seed catalogs
  • Seed packets in retail stores
  • Or as bedding plants at garden centers


 






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