Oregon Giant snow pea seeds produce plants with unusually large, broad 13cm (5″) long pods are thick and very sweet. They are most tender when peas begin to form but remain so up to the very largest sizes. Plants stay short at only 1.2m (4′). This variety is very resistant to pea enation virus and powdery mildew, which makes it a good candidate for late sowing and summer/fall harvest. Sow as late as July, and enjoy a second fall crop. Enation virus is a serious problem for peas in our region, so if you’re planting peas after April first, choose enation-resistant varieties only.
Matures in 70 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)