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What are the pros? Taste, productivity
What are the cons? None
These are it. I have been growing snap peas forever and I'm not a young man. Planted these a couple of years ago and I am still blown away by them. I do plant them on a fence - they grow taller than the description.I plant a 40' row and it provides my wife and I with a years' supply of succulent peas. I put two one gallon freezer bags away, give plenty to the kids, and eat them fresh. We like to let them get a little big - they seem to get sweeter. They last longer into the summer than other peas do. I planted a fall crop this year and it didn't do well but I'll try it again. Delicious and productive here in Michigan.
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What are the pros? overly productive and easy
What are the cons? flops over
Comes back from nothing even after ground squirrel attacks. Produced so much that we got sick of peas and fed the extra to the animals. Somewhat floppy so a short fence or trellis is a good idea since it did not hold on to the short sticks we crisscrossed in the bed.
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What are the pros? great producer, tasty!
What are the cons? none
These peas really like high desert conditions. Even after repeated deer grazing, they continued to flower and set sweet, crunchy pea pods.