Amish Snap Pea

Pisum sativum | SKU: 0939 P75
4 Reviews
$3.25
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  • Sweet and crisp flavor
  • Vines grow to 5-6 feet, pods grow to 2 inches
  • Snap pea
  • ±2,400 seeds/lb

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Superb snap pea reportedly grown in the Amish community long before present snap pea types. Vines grow 5-6' tall and are covered in 2" translucent green pods. Yields over a 6-week period if kept picked. Delicate and sweet even when the seeds develop. Snap, 60-70 days.

Learn to Grow Amish Snap Pea

Direct Seed: 2-3" Apart

Seed Depth: 1/2-1"

Rows Apart: 24"

Support: Trellis

Instructions - Peas thrive in cool weather. Sow seeds outdoors as soon as soil can be worked in spring. Seeds will germinate in 7-14 days. Double rows of peas can be planted on each side of a trellis.

Ratings & Reviews

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Good Peas

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Per the instructions, I sowed these outdoors directly. All the seeds sprouted, grew fast and were very productive. 2019 was my first year growing peas, and they were easy and tasted good. I intend to plant them again this year (2020).

Zone: 6b
Garden Type: Raised Beds

Not sweet, but I’d grow again

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Located in zone 6b. Planted as soon as the soil was workable. Sprouted on time and have grown fantastically. Even now, in 100 degree weather they are still producing well. In our experience, pods aren’t sweet as per the description, but my family likes them still. I’d grow again.

My Favorite in the Garden This Year

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This is my first year growing the Amish Snap Pea. They do not disappoint! I have three types of peas in my garden (also Oregon Sugar Pod and Swenson Swedish), and I'd say these are my favorite. They are sweet and crisp and vigorous growers reaching about 5 feet on my trellis. My only issue, keeping them picked so they'll keep producing as they are prolific!

Easy to grow and tastes great, wish there were more.

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Wish we got more. We have planted these 2 years in a row and they grow very well. Planted directly into a raised bed below a trellis and they sprout quickly and get tall. Their tendrils are very weak and we found it easier to simply support the entire row with butchers twine every 10 inches or so versus forcing them to climb on their own. They produce pods all at once and we get about 2 harvests over a 4 week period. Then they catch a disease and are done. We keep planting more and it still isn't enough. We are going to dedicate a second bed to double our production in the fall. If you want to eat handfuls instead of a few here or there we recommend planting a minimum of 15-20 seeds. Anything less and it wouldn't be worth the yield. At least for our pea hungry family.