SUGAR DADDY ,Super Sweet ,STRINGLESS SNAP PEA
Organically Grown..Eat these sugar peas fresh for a healthy snack or add them to a salad. You can also quickly stir-fry them.
If you want to start growing Sugar Daddy peas, direct sow the seeds in spring as soon as you can work the soil for a summer harvest. Or you can sow seeds of the pea ‘Sugar Daddy’ in July (or about 60 days before the first frost) for a fall crop.
With a name like ‘Sugar Daddy’ snap peas, You know They Are sWEET, And those who grow Sugar Daddy peas say you won’t be disappointed. If you are ready for a truly string-free snap pea, Sugar Daddy pea plants might be the ones for your garden. Read on for information on growing Sugar Daddy peas.With a name like ‘Sugar Daddy’ snap peas, they had better be sweet. And those who grow Sugar Daddy peas say you won’t be disappointed. If you are ready for a truly string-free snap pea, Sugar Daddy pea plants might be the ones for your garden.
120 seeds/oz.; 1,920 seeds/lb.; 85 lbs./acre.
7 days, 60-70°F. . Sugar Daddy peas have a lot going fo120 seeds/oz.; 1,920 seeds/lb.; 85 lbs./acre.
7 days, 60-70°F.r them. They are bush vine peas that grow fast and furiously. In two short months, the plants are laden with tightly packed pods at every node. Before you grow Sugar Daddy peas, you’ll want to know the type of garden space you are committing. The plants grow to 24 inches (61 cm.) tall, and each tender, curved pod is about 3 inches (8 cm.) long. They are deliciously sweet tossed into salads or cooked in stir-fries. Some claim that they are best munched right off the pea plants. Sugar Daddy snap peas are a hardy cool-season crop. They aren’t picky about maintenance and, since they are bush-type vines, they can grow with a small trellis or without one
To start growing Sugar Daddy peas, plant the seeds in a full sun location in fertile soil. Work in organic compost before you sow. Plant the seeds about 1 inch (2.5 cm.) deep and 3 inches (8 cm). apart. Space the rows 2 feet (61 cm.) apart. If you want to put in supports, do this at the time of planting.
Cultivation: Prefers cool temperatures. Prepare fertile, well-drained soil. Sow seeds in early to late spring after last frost or sow seeds in fall 8-10 weeks before first frost date. Keep soil moist. Heavy watering during flowering can interfere with pollination. Train to climb a vertical support at least 6' tall. Fertilize as needed with a balanced fertilizer. Too much nitrogen will produce lush foliage and result in poor flowering and fruiting. Harvest when pods barely begin to swell.