Sugar Ann Snap Pea
(Pisum sativum) Open-pollinated variety developed in 1984 and an All-America Selections winner that same year. Bushy 24-30" vines produce heavy yields of 3" long, crisp pea pods. Great for fresh eating or freezing. Produces 10 days earlier than most other sugar varieties. 52 days to harvest. 50 seeds per packet.
CULTURE: Peas prefer cool weather. As soon as soil can be worked, plant seeds 2" apart, 1" deep in rows 18" apart. Plants do not require trellising, though it does make harvesting easier. Seeds germinate in 7-10 days.
Very happy with seeds. Germinated within the specified time and with the proper watering they’re growing and starting to vine.