What are the pros? Tall, productive, beautiful
What are the cons? Must be eaten young.
I live in 'cold' Sweden, but it's been a very hot and dry summer this year. No sign of mildew yet. I grew 2 types of Sugar Snaps and this was the earliest, but as soon as the pods get a bit bigger they get boring. The young ones were quite ok, Not as good as Sugar Snap though. It still flowers, so I might get some new nice ones out of it yet. Some plants gave green pods instead of purple and they tasted much better. I also tried the yellow Opal Creek, which was this years winner. Much sweeter and can be eaten fully ripe. Pods are a bit smaller and it was slightly later. Still - that is the one I will grow again next year, not this one. I like when they have purple flowers though and both these do, so that is really nice (both types of snow peas I grew did too). I also love when it's easy to see the peas - as it is with purple and yellow pods, so I'll have a go with Spring Blush next year, even though purple podded peas has not impressed me when it comes to taste.
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