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Sugar Lace II Snap Pea (65 Days)

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The first semi-leafless or half leaf Sugar Snap type pea. It is also dwarf, growing to a height of only 16” so it requires no support. The lacy tendrils are unique and attractive, bearing large quantities of 3” peas with a distinctively sweet flavor. 200 seeds

1 Ounce = 110-130 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 last frost date when 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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    06/23/2017
    Inspector Dave @ JOEYBEE.TV

    Best new snap pea in my trials

    First time trying these interesting peas. Very hardy through a tough spring, including some 90+ degree days. Pods sit up high for easy harvesting and tendrils really support these 2 foot vines. Very tasty, juicy & productive. The shoots may be good for eating also. This pea will be ordered next year to continue trial. Critter protection a must!

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    01/05/2017
    Nettie D

    Eat 'em like candy

    This is THE BEST variety of pea. It has a great, sweet flavor. The plants are beautiful with lots of little curly tendrils. The peas are large enough to be eaten out of the pod. But what surprised me the most is the leaves. Before the weather started warming up we ate the leaves right off the vines (making it easier to find the already easily found pods.) The leaves are buttery sweet, and I loved them more than the peas themselves. No discrediting the peas, however. The leaves lost their sweetness as the weather warmed, but the snap peas stayed sweet and juicy. So yummy! I can't wait to grow more of these!

    JP
    11/10/2016
    James Pochedly

    best pea variety

    This pea is great...It is early ,very tasty,,short but plentiful yields and very attractive...Best pea variety I've ever grown in my 40 plus years of gardening...Love it