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Dwarf Grey Sugar Snap Pea Seeds
Dwarf Grey Sugar Snap Pea Seeds
Dwarf Grey Sugar Snap Pea Seeds
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Dwarf Grey Sugar Snap Pea

50 Seeds

$ 3.69

(Pisum sativum)  Heirloom variety dating back to 1877 produces a bounty of tender 3" pods set on compact 24" vines.  Gorgeous, purple flowers give rise to amazingly sweet, stringless pods that can be eaten whole, either fresh or steamed.  Vines do not require trellising, but doing so will aid in the abundant harvest.  66 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. Seeds germinate in 7-10 days. Plants do not require trellising, although doing so will make for easier harvesting.

(Pisum sativum)  Heirloom variety dating back to 1877 produces a bounty of tender 3" pods set on compact 24" vines.  Gorgeous, purple flowers give rise to amazingly sweet, stringless pods that can be eaten whole, either fresh or steamed.  Vines do not require trellising, but doing so will aid in the abundant harvest.  66 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. Seeds germinate in 7-10 days. Plants do not require trellising, although doing so will make for easier harvesting.

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Still waiting for germination after 3 weeks

I purchased the seeds and planted after danger of frost, into soil that was readily worked. Day temps have been between 40 - 77deg F. About a total of 1 inch rain but moist soil. No germination yet, but I am waiting! More comments once I see the plants start to come up. Live just south of Rochester NY, so we sometimes have to wait for the seeds to germinate. I gave 2 stars as we have not yet had the plants emerge -- hoping to give 5 stars once they germinate!

Thanks for your feedback, Laura. Germination can be slow at those cooler temps, but they should make their way up once soil temps warm a bit. If you have any problems, let us know and we will get it taken care of.


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