The 6-foot tall vines, of this rare, beautiful and delicious HEIRLOOM from India, deserve center stage in your garden. Enchanting two-toned purple flowers are followed by striking lemon-yellow pods amidst a glorious spray of lush green foliage. The flat, sweet, crunchy pods are great fresh and fabulous in stir-fries.
A customer favorite, Oregon Giant stands distinguished among among it snow pea kinfolk for its sweet, rich, fat and wide 4- to 5-inch pods. Retains sweetness, so may be picked a little plumper than the thin-podded varieties. Great for stir-fries, steaming, and eating out of your hand!
A sweet and delicious early pea, with high yields and a long picking season. Vines are respectively shorter, 2-feet tall, and can be grown either with or without support. Contrasting colors between pod and vine add a splash of pizazz to your spring garden and make harvest a snap.
An incredible edible ornamental snap pea that keeps on giving! The dusty purple pods and bi-color purple blossoms are eye-catching in the sea of showy green tendrils that adorn this dainty, yet vigorous climber. Sugar Magnolia, reaching up to 8 feet tall, is more than just a looker. It is a performer! The sweet, flavorful, 3- to 4-inch pods just keep coming! They beat the mid-July heat, producing long after the earlier, shorter day varieties give up.
This coveted All American Selections gold medal winner, Bred by the late Calvin Lamborn, was later voted the #1 all-time AAS recipient! Truly one of the very best raw treats in the garden. The tall vines climb 5 to 7 feet and require staking or trellising. Pods reach their peak sweetness when completely filled.