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Sugar Ann Pea
Sugar Ann Pea - Photo submitted by Jennifer Lawson of Missouri.
Sugar Ann Pea
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Sugar Ann
60 days — The plants range from twenty four to thirty inches tall and do not require, but definitely benefit, from some support. The pods are crisp, flavorful, three inch snap peas. Great fresh, in stir fry or frozen.  Released in 1981, it was an "All-American Selection®" winner in 1984.  Each packet contains one ounce, which is generally enough to plant at least a ten foot row.
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Couldn't make it inside with these guys...
The sugar ann peas were so delicious that not a single one made it inside to get cooked. We kept eating them raw while working in others parts of the garden! They're "sugar ann" for a reason - sweet! They stayed toward the bottom rungs of our lattice. Kept producing as long as we kept picking. Next year we will triple our planting space of these (had 6' just to try them out). While they are full-sun, our last triple-digit heat wave did affect them quite a bit.
Reviewed by: Jennifer Lawson from Warrensburg, MO. on 8/20/2011
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