Pea Seeds - Snow - Oregon Sugar Pod II
- 40 Seeds
- 60 Days to Maturity
- Super Sweet Flavor with Edible Peas and Pods
- Grows to a Height of 2-3 Feet
- Self-supporting, No Staking Needed
- Prefers a Trellis for Optimal Growth
- Widely Popular and Productive Variety
History: Oregon Sugar Pod II Snow Pea, as the name suggests, is an improved version of the classic Oregon Sugar Pod. It has its roots in the fertile grounds of Oregon and has since become a favorite among many gardeners and farmers due to its superior qualities. Recognized for its sweet taste and high productivity, this pea variety represents the culmination of agricultural innovation and traditional farming knowledge.
Uses: A hallmark of the Oregon Sugar Pod II is its dual-purpose nature. Both the pods and the peas within are edible, making it an efficient and versatile choice for various dishes. Its super sweet flavor profile makes it an excellent addition to salads, stir-fries, and side dishes. The crisp texture of the pods combined with the juicy peas inside offers a delightful culinary experience.
Growing Habits & Planting Instructions: Planting the Oregon Sugar Pod II is a straightforward affair. The seeds should be sown directly into well-draining soil after the danger of frost has passed. While these plants are self-supporting and don't necessarily require staking, they do appreciate a trellis to climb on, which can help in maximizing their yield. They grow to an average height of 2-3 feet and are ready for harvest in approximately 60 days. Regular watering and ensuring that they're placed in a location with ample sunlight will result in a bountiful harvest of super sweet peas.