NAME: 'Frosty' Garden Pea
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Early Frosty Pea
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Pisum Sativum
COLOR: Dark Green Pods & Peas / White Flowers
PLANT SEEDS: 4 - 6 weeks before last frost
HARVEST: 63 Days
HARDINESS ZONE: Annual
PLANT HEIGHT: 24 - 36"
PLANT SPACING: 6 - 8"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average
QUANTITY: 50 Seeds
OTHER: The Early Frosty Garden Pea is a vining english or shelling type pea. The pods are dark green & measure 3 - 4" with 7 - 8 sweet peas per pod. They offer a high yield, & are very uniform with lots of twin pods for easier harvest. Frosty is an early maturing variety that is great for home or market. Luckily, these freeze well, so you won’t have to use them all right away Peas like cool weather, & can be spring or fall sown. They have beautiful flowers, and are a legume, so can help fix the nitrogen levels of the soil to make it more fertile.
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Mar 13, 2022
Can't review a garden seed until it is harvested and the vegetable is consumed. Check back in a few months.
Mar 12, 2022
Mar 9, 2022
It's hard to review seeds before they have sprouted but I have high hopes for tasty peas in the near future!
Feb 19, 2022