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Dwarf White Sugar, Edible Podded Peas
'Dwarf White Sugar' edible podded pea pods.
Dwarf White Sugar, Edible Podded Peas
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'Dwarf White Sugar' Snow Peas

50 to 65 days — The plants are vigorous and very productive growing twenty four to thirty inches tall.  Although compact, they will benefit from some support as it keeps the developing pods off of the ground and makes picking easier.

[Tip: Here on the farm, orchard pruning time closely coincides with pea planting time.  This means there there is always ample material for pea support.  We simply poke twigs into the ground along the pea row and they grow up through them.]

The pods are sweet, tender and harvested just as peas begin to develop when they are two to two and a half inches long.  For the maximum productivity, keep the pods picked.

Each ounce is approximately 150 seeds, which is generally enough to plant at least a ten foot row.
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