Peas Bulk


(Pisum sativum) Whether grown for green peas, or for edible pods, garden peas are all grown the same way. They should be planted in earliest spring or even in late winter, as soon as soil can be worked. They require a very mellow soil, as the roots are shallow and not especially vigorous. Plant about 1” deep. Most types require support—a trellis, fence, etc. (Bush types are really short vines, and will support each other when planted fairly close together) The trick is to get them going early enough to take a crop before late spring weather turns really warm, as heat shuts the plants down. Pick edible podded types frequently, as they are best before the pods become tough.

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Snow Pea

Oregon Sugar Pod II Snow Pea 1/2 LB SN105F

Large, thick, 4-5" pods are superbly tender and delicious. This is my favorite... Read More
Sugar Ann pea

Sugar Ann Snap Pea 1/2 LB SN107F

An early, edible-pod pea ideal for small gardens. Its short, bushy vines... Read More
Sugar Snap Pea 1/2 LB

Sugar Snap Pea 1/2 LB SN106F

This is the wonderfully sweet, edible-pod pea so popular with consumers... Read More
Garden Pea

Tall Telephone Garden Pea 1/2 LB GP106F

Long vines reach up to 6 feet with support, and large pods yield 8-10 peas... Read More
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