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Pea seeds

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Pea seeds : Sugar Snap : Cascadia

Thompson & Morgan Herbs

Crisp, sweet, rounded 'sugar snap' pods that remain succulent and tender over a longer period than many other varieties. Enjoy bumper crops over a long picking season on the easy to manage, quite dwarf plants. Resistant to Pea Wilt. Prefers well

Pea seeds : Garden : Ambassador

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

(Maincrop)One of the most disease resistant varieties, particularly to powdery mildew, making it ideal for successionally sowing later in the season. Huge crops of blunt, double pods averaging 8-9 dark green, tasty peas per pod.Outstanding garden

Pea seeds : Garden : Hurst Green Arrow

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

Has an outstanding pod length. Averages 4 to 4 inches with 9-11 peas in a pod!Double podded too, it is a super heavy-yielding variety. Only 28 -30 inches tall, with all the pods in the top 10-12in - no more backache. A second early, wrinkle seeded

Pea seeds : Garden : Meteor

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

Round (First Early)Neat, dwarf habit producing an abundance of small but well-filled pods. Very good winter hardiness, even in exposed areas as a an autumn variety. Better flavored than the old variety Feltham First and ideal for that first dish of

Pea seeds :Snow Pea Mangetout : Oregon Sugar Pod II

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

This is surely the sensible way to grow and eat peas - no time consuming podding, no waste, just heavy crops of delicious, sweet and juicy pods of sugar-peas, often called 'Mangetout' or 'Snow peas'. Well flavored and excellent for lightly steaming