Cascadia Snap pea has an erect, compact bush habit that stands about 30 inches tall. The pods are unusually thick walled, parchment free, three inches in length, and normally borne two per node. Pods can be picked when flat or filled.
Chinese pea pod. Space-saver has 18 to 24 inch vines with beautiful, purple flowers. Harvest the 2 1/2 inch pods in the flat stage for a crunchy and tender edible pod perfect for stir fry, steaming, or fresh.
Laxton Progress produces large 4.5 inch pods in abundance filled with 6 – 9 large, plump, tender peas with delicious flavor. Small 15 to 20 inch plants produce heavy yields of dark green peas with excellent flavor and quality. 62 days to harvest.
Recommended by Utah State University. Pods are 3 1/2 inches long with 8 to 10 small peas. Resistant to common wilt and heat tolerant. Excellent flavor. Well suited to Utah's climate. Produces peas well into the hotter June and July weather.
An Anderson's Best Seller! 1948 All-America Selections Winner! 65 days. This bush type plant produces good yields of flavorful large 3 1/2 inch long sweet peas. This variety has 7 to 8 peas per pod and does not require trellising.
Large vines are 28 to 30 inches long. Can be planted later than most peas because of its good heat tolerance, but also pollinates well under cold conditions. Small 3 inch pods are good fresh, canned, or frozen. Plant early or late.