Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Pisum sativum

25 seeds/pack |  60 days

Hands down a fantastic pea to grow! Yellow pods grow 3-4 inches with scarlet/purple flowers. Even the vines have a slight yellow tinge. Sweet enough to eat fresh and GREAT in stir-fry. These vigorous vines love to climb; at the time of writing this, June 22, our plants are nearing 5 feet and covered with masses of pods.

$2.75

Pisum sativum

25 seeds/pack   |   45 days

Aptly named, this pea outperforms them all in sheer size.  Peas grow to 5-6 inches long and almost a full inch wide. Great flavor, cook anyway you please. The vines are vigorous; this season we've been adding another foot of trellis almost once a week! 

$2.75

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Pisum sativum

25 seeds/pack  |  100 days to eat dry pea

Myth or fact: we are not sure, but it makes a good story! These peas are rumored to be of the same stock found in King Tut’s tomb in the Valley of Kings! They produce both green and purple pods, we selected them for purple. The dry peas are meant for eating although you could also eat the young pods as a snow pea.

$2.75

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Pisum sativum

25 seeds/pack   |   60 days

Large succulent pods are GREAT in stir-fry, quiches or any other dish you can dream up.  Prolific vines produce masses of large, flat-podded peas late into the pea season. Peas are 3-4 inches long and nearly an inch wide. This variety will climb 5-6 ft or more if a sturdy trellis is provided.

$2.75

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Pisum sativum

25 seeds/pack | 60 days

This is another selection bred by Alan Kapuler. Delicious yellow snap peas on vigorous yellowish vines. These did really well for us this year.

$2.75

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Pisum sativum

25 seeds/pack   |   60 days

Sugar snap peas set a standard for sweetness.  These fat podded peas reach their peak of sweetness when the pods seem to be bursting with the peas inside. The vines will climb 5-7 feet and produce white flowers. Eat fresh, cooked or freeze these sweet treats. Our winter garden is full of these this year as they have readily reseeded themselves from spring!

$2.75

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Pisum sativum

25 seeds/pack   |   55 days

This sweet snap pea is another garden favorite from Alan Kapuler. The pods grow to 3-4 inches and are fat with sweet goodness. Literally, the sweetest pods reach nearly a centimeter in thickness. We have found our Sugarees produce earlier in the season and are very prolific. 

$2.75