Seeds - Pea (Snap), Cascadia Snap OG (HM)
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Description: Cascadia yields bucket-loads of perfect stringless pods! A must-have main-season variety for heavy harvests of juicy, thick-walled, 3-inch long pods.
Multiple disease resistances allow for spring- and late-season plantings.
Pack Size: 18 grams/ ~ 80 seeds
Latin Name: Pisum sativum
Alternative Names: Snap Pea
Main Uses: Culinary
Days to Maturity: 60 days
Exposure: Full sun
Flower Color: White
Flowering Time: June - July
Certified Organic: USDA Certified Organic
Germination: 3 - 7 days at 15 - 18°C.
Sowing: Indoors: For windowsill peas, sow from March to April. Apply Sea Magic from the first watering. Fertilize regularly with an all-purpose organic fertilizer.
Outdoors: Sow seeds as soon as the soil can be worked. The ideal soil temperature is 15º C.
Seed Depth: 1 - 2”.
Seed Spacing: Sow seeds 1” to 1 1/2” apart in rows 8 - 12” apart. No need for thinning as pea plants like to be crowded.
Growing in Containers: Not well-suited for containers due to height, but work well in raised beds.
Growing in Mixed Planters: Not well-suited for mixed planters.
Fertilizing (Garden): Plant in a garden bed amended with compost. No additional fertilizer is required.
Watering (Garden): Water new transplants regularly to establish roots. Once established, water deeply as required.
Vegetable Companions: Beans, Carrot, Chives, Celery, Corn, Cucumber, Eggplant, Lettuce, Parsley, Radish, Spinach, Tomato, Turnip, Strawberry, Sweet Pepper, Turnips
Flowering Companions: Marigold, Pansy, Petunia, Sweet Alyssum, and Calendula
Notes: There are three types of peas - shell, snow, and snap. Shell peas, as the name suggests, are shelled prior to eating. Snow peas have tender, sweet pods which are harvested when the peas are still small. Snap peas have succulent pods and are harvested and eaten whole once the peas have become plump.
Note: Peas require a trellis or netting.
Suitability for indoors: Dwarf varieties may be grown on the windowsill in spring or anytime under lights.