Developed at Oregon State University, this snow pea is a prolific producer and highly resistant to disease. This dwarf vine plant is not a climber and will only be about 30" tall, so there should be no need for trellising. They hold their 4-5" long, broad pods up, so they are super-easy to pick. These pods have a delicate, mild flavor and frequently set in doubles. Sow these little treats February to late May and, if you want continuous production, plant every few weeks. Certified organic.
Soil Temp. for Germination: 40-75°F
Days to Maturity: 70 Days
- Direct sow when temperatures reach at least 50°F
- Peas may be sown without tilling by scratching our a furrow and covering the seed shallowly.
- Coat seeds with inoculant to promote healthy, vigorous plants.
Growing Tips: Do not thin peas, as they grow much better in thick stands. Climbing varieties must be sown along a fence or trellis.
What's In The Package: 1 ounce of seed
Certifications: USDA Certified Organic by Stellar Certification Services