Golden Sweet Pea

Pisum sativum | SKU: 0230A
3 Reviews
$3.75 to $16.01
  • Organic
  • Lemon yellow pods
  • Vines grow to 6 feet
  • Bi-colored purple flowers
  • Pods best eaten when small
  • Dried peas can be added to soups
  • Edible podded pea
  • 60-70 days
  • ±1,900 seeds/lb

$3.75 to $16.01

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Item Details

Collected at a market in India. Tall 6' plants with beautiful bi-colored purple flowers and bright lemon-yellow pods. Best eaten when small, excellent for stir-fry. Seeds are tan with purple flecks, can be dried and added to soups. One of the few yellow edible podded peas in SSE’s collection of 1,200 peas. Edible podded, 60-70 days. ±1,900 seeds/lb.

Learn to Grow Golden Sweet 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.

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Fun Variety


Direct sowed these zone 6b as a fall crop in mid august. It is still HOT here through august/September but I kept them well watered while they were establishing themselves. The peas are cute and different since they are yellow, with light purple flowers. They taste great! I prefer planting colored peas like these or purple magnolia so they are easier to spot when picking, whereas the green peas blend in and are harder to find. Thanks for the fun variety!

Gorgeous plants!


The purple flowers that change to blue once pollinated, revealing sunshine-yellow pods?! The best time I've ever had growing peas!

Go-to pea for short spring


These are my favorite peas I've ever grown. I live in zone 4b, but the spring here goes from frozen ground to summer heat super quickly. These seem to be forgiving of heat and are so beautiful and tasty. I look forward to growing them every year.