Garden peas are a favorite cool weather crop and often the first seed to be sown in the garden. They’re a great source of vegetable protein as well as vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Vines need to be staked and bush varieties can benefit from trellising to hold the pods off the ground. Or plant bush types close together and they’ll support each other. Plant eight weeks ahead of first frost for fall harvest. Enjoy snap peas pod and all.
Heirloom Pea Seeds are Shipped FREE!
Introduced in England in 1898 and received an Award of Merit for the Royal …
Great for short season growing areas. This heirloom from the late 1800s …
Superb variety reportedly grown in the Amish community long before present …
Perfect for soups and stews. These stunning pea plants do not require staking …
Dwarf Gray Sugar
Broad 3 to 4-inch pods are stringless and fiber-free. Well suited for steaming …
Golden Sweet Edible Podded
Tall 6-foot plants were first collected at a market in India. Seeds are tan …
Green Arrow (Organic)
A standard home and market variety that produces slim 4 to 5-inch pods.
Contains live bacteria that are essential in the nitrogen fixating process of legume …
An old-time variety that was introduced in 1908. High-yielding and very tasty …
Great for backyard gardens, these vigorous bush plants produce heavy yields.
Oregon Sugar Pod II
Large pods are superbly tender and delicious. Bush plants are high yielding …
An AAS winner from 1979. Tender pods are great raw, stir-fried, or in salads.
Standing 8-inches tall this is the best dwarf variety for container gardening.