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  • Yellow Sugar

    Yellow Sugar

    60-70 Days. Organic.



    Tall 6' plants with beautiful bright yellow pods. Excellent for stir fry, but best eaten when small. Loaded with bright sweet-tasting peas.

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  • Wando

    Wando

    64 Days



    Best pea for late sowing. Most tolerant of hot weather. Large peas in blunt 3 1/2" pods on 2 1/2' tall plants.

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  • Sugar Snap

    Sugar Snap

    53 Days. Organic.



    Best tasting of the snap peas. Bears abundant 2 1/2"-3" meaty, juicy pods with 5-7 medium sized peas each. Sweet all through. Excellent fresh or frozen. Will climb up to 6' so needs support. Frost resistant. AAS 1979

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  • Sugar Daddy

    Sugar Daddy

    62 Days. Organic



    Dwarf 34-30" vines with string-less snap peas. Double pods at each node for heavy yields. Should get at least three pickings. Resists pm.

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  • Sugar Ann

    Sugar Ann

    52 Days. Organic



    Very early. Self-supporting (if doubled-rowed), 2' vines. Best flavored of the dwarf snap peas. Excellent flavored 2 1/2" pods, 7 peas per pod. AAS 1984

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  • Oregon Sugar Pod II

    Oregon Sugar Pod II

    62 Days. Organic



    Most popular snow pea. Stringless pods are best when 4" long. Keeps producing after 3 pickings! Tolerant of short hot spells. Great for the freezer. Developed for added disease resistance by Dr. James Bagget at Oregon State.

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  • Oregon Giant

    Oregon Giant

    60 Days



    Best flavored snow pea in our trials. Pods and peas are both sweet. Produces high yields of huge 4 1/2" x 1" flat pods. This diease-resistant variety starts producing early and harvest continues over a long period. PM, Fw, PEMV, BLRV, RCVMV.

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  • Mammoth Melting

    Mammoth Melting

    Organic. 60 Days.


    Tall 4'-5' vines need to be trellised. Stringless 4"-5" pods. Likes cool weather, high yielding, early and uniform. Very sweet and tender.

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  • Maestro

    Maestro

    55 Days. Disease-resistant early Green Arrow type. Very vigorous 24"-27" vines. Long 3 1/2"-4" pods fill out only as peas enlarge, eliminating guessing. A long bearing, high-yielding main crop variety. Resists PM, PEMV & BYMV.
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  • Lincoln Pea

    Lincoln Pea

    65 Days. Disease-resistant strain of old favorite. Large peas, 3" long pods. Compact 18"-30" vines. Freezes well; more heat-tolerant than all, but Wando. Very productive, easy to shell. Resists CW.
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  • Knight

    Knight

    60 Days



    This early maturing, shelling pea is a heavy producer. Pod are approximately 4 inches long containing up to 10 peas per pod. This variety was developed at Cornell University.

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  • Green Arrow

    Green Arrow

    62 Days. Organic.



    Standard, long-podded, shelling pea. Northern gardeners love this variety for its yield, flavor and prolific two pod per node habit. Extra large pods, 4"- 4 1/2" long containing 8-11 peas. Vines are 24" - 28" long. Easy picker!


    Resistes DM, FW, RR, & LCV

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  • Cascadia Pea

    Cascadia Pea

    60 Days. Organic. Bred in the Northwest by Dr. Jim Baggett from Oregon State University. Vines to 36'' with fiber-less 3'', very sweet pods. Enation and powdery mildew resistant. Can be used as a snow pea. Healthy, versatile, snack.
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  • Alaska Pea

    Alaska Pea

    Heirloom. Earliest of all the shell peas. Light green 26''-36'' plants. 3'' round straight green pods with 5-8 smooths skinned peas. Grows well in cool soils. Heavy yields for early first peas. This variety dates back to 1880. Resists FW
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