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Mammoth Melting Sugar Snow Pea (Heirloom 65-75 Days)

Heirloom. Delectable super sweet stringless pods produce tremendous yields on the 5’ vines. Later maturing variety stays yummy even when harvesting 5” pods at the end of the pea season. Pick young or pick mature the sweetness will endure. 

1 Ounce = 125-145 seeds

PLANTING

Pisum sativum

Germination: 7-14 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 50-75ºF. Planting in cooler soil results in slower germination.

Seed Sowing Depth: 1" deep

Sowing Outdoors- Early spring until the last frost date when the soil temperature reaches 50-75ºF. Sow 1-2" apart. Sow two months before last frost date for smaller fall harvests.

How much does a packet plant: 12-15 foot single row

Harvest- Pick every day for continuous harvest.

Tips- Adding inoculant with rhizobium bacteria will increase yields. Varieties with vine lengths over 3 feet require support.

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JL
03/04/2021
janet l.
United States United States
I recommend this product
I've gotten them before

Yes, I've gotten them before from you and they were one of the best peas I've ever grown, trouble is they all blight after the first or second picking to end up getting pulled and tossed so as not to infect others, but might be my soil as well.

JL
03/01/2020
janet l.
United States United States
super sweet!

I mix these in for years and can't wait to do so again this year!

JD
11/27/2018
Janessa D.
My favorite snow pea

Easy to grow and still sweet and tender at large size pods. Lasts much later in the season than other snow peas I have tried.

JK
06/19/2018
John K.
United States
In my garden...

It's still early but, Mammoth is performing as planned. It has been cool and wet much longer than usual. Of course snow peas like it like this, fortunately I had enough warm, sunny time to get my peas up before the cool rain.