I'm growing 5 varieties of peas here in northern Utah and this is going to be a keeper. I started my peas very early (March) in 6 cell cups. I used about 3-5 seeds per cell. When they were about 2 inches high I transplanted them out under a fleece low tunnel where they avoided some snowstorms. When the fleece came off I put in a portable fence for them to climb on. Now, May 25th, I'm starting to harvest these pretty, very sweet, buttery, flat snow peas on plants approaching 4 ft. Our weather can become hot very suddenly so all this was well worth the effort. Peas planted when the ground was workable are just 2-3 inches now and may well face heat which peas dislike. These are also the earliest of my peas. My only critique is that they don't bear as heavily as Oregon Dwarf Sugar but the flavor and color is well worth it.