Sugar Ann Snap Pea

Sugar Ann Snap Pea

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Sugar Ann Snap Pea (54 days)

Sugar Ann is considered one of the best early snap peas around.        

No need to support Sugar Ann pea.  Dwarf vines only reach 2', but are loaded with sweet, crisp, 2 1/2" peas.  Perfect for those with limited planting space.

We simply cannot get enough of these for stir fries.  They are so crisp and sweet we eat them raw in salads as well.

Plant early and harvest early.  Sugar Ann Snap Pea is best picked small (but filled out) when it is crisp, juicy and sweet.  Doesn't tolerate hot weather.  Making it perfect for the early season.  Sugar Ann will be the first peas on your table.

The perfect sugar snap pea for early spring or late summer planting. 

Sugar Ann Snap Pea is recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety that performs well for their region .   OR, TX

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1" 80-110 45-75 6-24 6" 6" 20 lb. Full

Planting Tips for Heirloom Peas:

Heirloom peas like it cool, so you can plant them 3-4 weeks before your last frost date but besore the soil is well drained and raised in beds or rows.  Germination in these heirloom peas is as low as 45 degrees and it is often said that a cooler pea will be sweater.  If you haven't planted any legumes lately then using soil inoculation will increase yields by boosting the available nitrogen in the soil.

For the highest yeildes of these delicous edible pod peas, make sure they have thin wire or string to climb.  This will give them more room to grow, thus collecting more sunshine and creating better yields.  Remember to continually pick the ripe pods as to encourage a longer harvest.

Heirloom seeds are hardy but always take care with your garden seeds to give them the appropriate amount of moisture - not letting the vegetable seeds dry out prematurely or overwatering and possibly having them rot.


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  • Author: Kari
    These are doing great for me and this is my first time growing peas. The package says 54 days to harvest, but it's been a month, maybe less since I planted the seeds and I'm already seeing a few pods on my plants. I don't know if that's typical for peas to grow that fast. I kind of think it must be a fortunate accident of a combination of beginner's luck and favorable weather. Either way, I was shocked that they appeared so quickly. I'm in zone 9 and planted them around the third week of October and they are growing fast. I thought we'd have peas for Christmas, but it looks like we may get them for Thanksgiving. What a pleasant surprise!

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