Pea Seed

Peas are typical of most legumes in that they are a cool weather crop. Plant in early spring as soon as soil can be worked and soil temperature is still cool (50-70F). Plant about 1 inch deep, and 1 inch or so apart in rows 18 inches apart for bush types and 2 feet or more for climbing peas. Peas can be grown as a second fall crop planted in late summer if the soil has cooled sufficiently. SPECIAL CAUTION: Untreated pea seed is particularly susceptible to failure if planted in soil that is too cool or wet.

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Sugar Pod Pea Seeds, Ho Lan Dow

Traditional tiny Korean snow pod peas are supersweet and truly gourmet. Bush growing habit. Can be e..


Sugar Pod Pea Seeds, Norli

This terrific sugar pod pea has small deep green pods with delicious flavor, best picked when about ..


Sugar Pod Pea Seeds, Sugar Bon

This Oregon bred sugar pod pea has longer deep green pods with delicious flavor, best picked when ab..


Sugar Pod Pea Seeds, Swiss Giant Carouby

Fine imported snow pea with large pods for stir frying or salads. A tall Carouby-type vining pea. T..