The variegated, playful coloration of these snow peas make them an imaginative addition to any plate. Tender and sweet as well as artful, they are bound to impress. Best harvested as juvenile pods, these snow peas are truly originals. No two pods are alike, every one displays a unique maroon speckling as if hand painted by the sun. Photo courtesy of Calvin’s Peas (eatmorepeas.com).
Care: Plant 2-4″ apart in rows 18-24″ apart in sun & moist cool soil. Plants grow 26-32″ tall.
Late-season vegetables adapted to tolerate both the heat of late summer and the cool nights of fall. Harvest in late summer or fall. See our Fall & Winter Vegetable Guide for specific planting/harvest times & freeze-out temperatures.