Pea: Oregon Sugar Pod
If you want to start growing Oregon Sugar Pod peas, you’ll find that the plants are incredibly hardy, high-yielding vines. The flat pods are about 4 inches (10 cm.) long and have a vibrant shade of green. Growing Oregon Sugar Pod peas is more manageable than growing vines since they are bush peas, only 36 to 48 inches (90-120 cm.) tall. 60 days.
Approximate seed count- 25 seeds
Germination rate- 95% 3/23
Seed is treated with Apron- a fungicide seed treatment that protects plants from Pythium as well as damping-off and poor seed germination under cool and wet environmental conditions.
You can learn more about treated seed here- BetterSeed.org
Peas do well when it's cool (think spring & fall). For the highest yields, make sure they have a trellis to climb. This ensures more of the plant gets sun. Continually harvest ripe pods to increase the harvest time. If saving for seed &/or soup, leave the pods on the vines until they dry & the seeds (peas) become hard.