Vegetable Seeds Catalogue

Pea and Snowpea

Sowing periods

Cool Climate Periods
Aug 1st to Oct 31st
Temperate Climate Periods
Mar 1st to Aug 31st
Tropical & Sub-Tropical Climate Periods
Mar 1st to Jun 30th
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A$3.50
Botanical Name
Pisum sativum

A heavy yielding heirloom that grows to 2 m high and produces fine tasting sweet, juicy peas. A great cool weather crop. Requires a trellis or staking. 1 Pkt = 100 seeds. Bulk seed available.

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Botanical Name
Pisum sativum

Young peas cooked or raw have a sweet, succulent taste ~ even their young shoots are delicious! This prolific variety is a cool weather crop and should be sown in intervals of 3 weeks for long supply from early spring until late summer. Peas do not need extra feeding but do like moist, limey soils and good watering. 1 Pkt = 100 seeds. Bulk seed available.
 

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Botanical Name
Pisum sativum macrocarpon

This early sweet, large-podded snow pea is a shorter, bush variety with delicious flat pods. A high-yielding type with white flowers, it is ideal for small areas and children’s vegetable gardens. They grow successfully in cooler climates and will improve your garden soil. 1 Packet = 100 seeds.

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Botanical Name
Pisum sativum macrocarpon

A high yielding climbing snow pea (to 2m) with sweet, tender snow peas that are ideal raw, steamed or used in stir fries. The harvest period is one of the longest for snow peas. The young growing tips can also be used in stir fries. Easily grown in cooler areas. Strong resistance to powdery mildew. 1 Packet = 100 seeds.

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1 pkt
A$3.50
Botanical Name
Pisum sativum var. sativum

A very popular dwarf variety of sugar snap pea. It has a crisp flavour and does not need trellising as it grows to only 50 cm, great in windy spots or for the low maintenance gardener. The pods grow to 7-8 cm long and the plant has powdery mildew resistance. Grows well in cool climates and improves the soil. 70 seeds. 

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Pisum sativum var. arvense

This old variety (Capucijner) has delightful fragrant, purple-pink flowers followed by attractive deep purple pods, which are filled with green peas. A strong climber up to 150cm tall. Eat pods fresh when young and tender or use the green peas either cooked or dried. Peas need well drained, limy soil and should be watered well over the summer months. 20 seeds



 

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Botanical Name
Pisum sativum macrocarpon

This very tall, climbing Snow Pea is a reliable, prolific producer of juicy, sweet 10cm long pods. Grown on a trellis or net these white flowering, climbing peas are a good variety for small areas and childrens’ vegetable gardens. Peas need well drained, limed soil and should be watered well over the summer months. They grow easily in cooler climates and will improve your garden soil. 1 Packet = 80 seeds. Bulk seed available.









 

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1 pkt
A$3.50
Botanical Name
Pisum sativum macrocarpon

Large and very wide, sweet tasting pods to be picked early while still flat. A strong climber with purple-pink flowers and heavy yields. Best grown from early spring to late summer in well drained soil and full sun, along a trellis with 10 cm between the plants. 1 packet = 30 seeds.

 

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1 pkt
A$3.50
Botanical Name
Pisum sativum var. sativum

These popular peas are perfect for junior gardeners. Easy to grow with stringless, succulent, sweet pods that can be gobbled straight from the plant. A high yielding plant with pods that grow to 7-8 cm long. This variety grows to 1.5 m high when trellised. Peas need well-drained, limed soil. Grows well in cool climates and improves soil. 1 Packet = 70 seeds.