Snap Pea Sugar Ann BULK - West Coast Seeds
BULK Pea Snap Sugar Ann - West Coast Seeds

BULK Pea Snap Sugar Ann - West Coast Seeds

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Pisum sativum

  • Untreated seeds for organic growing
  • Non-GMO
  • 56 days to mature
  • Open Pollinator
  • Resistant to pea enation and powdery mildew
  • Crisp, tasty 6cm (2") pods
  • Incredibly sweet
  • Easy to grow

These extra early, incredibly sweet snap peas grow on short, 60cm (24") vines that don't need trellising. This award winner is an excellent choice for smaller gardens. The bushy plants produce crisp, tasty, 6cm (2.5") pods, and are resistant to enation and powdery mildew. 

75g (Approx. 300 Seeds)

Planting Instructions:
Peas prefer cool weather. Plant as early in spring as the soil can be worked, from mid-Feburary to the end of May. After April 1, sow varities that are listed as being enation resistant if you live in an area where aphids carry the enation virus. Sow again from July to mid-August for a fall crop. The success of a fall crop will depend on the weather. Optimal soil temperature: 10-20°C (50-70°F). Seeds should sprout in 7-14 days.

Soaking seeds is not advised for damp soils. Sow seed 2cm (1″) deep. After April 15th, sow seed 5cm (2″) deep. Space seeds 2-7cm (1-3″) apart in the row. Do not thin. If the seeds fail to sprout, try to dig some up and check for rot or insect damage. The challenge with untreated pea seeds is to give them an early start but to avoid rot.

Use well-drained soil amended with finished compost. Add 2 cups of rock phosphate or bonemeal for 3m (10′) of row. Plant most varieties along a trellis or fence for support as they climb.

Pick when pods fill out and peas are bright green. Make multiple sowings or grow several varieties to extend the harvest season.

Companion Planting
Superb companions for beans, carrots, celery, corn, cucumber, eggplant, parsley, peppers. potatoes, radish, spinach, strawberries and turnips. Avoid planting peas near onions.

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