The biggest snow pea pods, every bit is edible and sweetly delicious. Eat them raw or cooked, hot or cold, add the new sprouting shoots to salads. If you don't like snow peas the flowers are very pretty, the plants will fix nitrogen in your soil, and the the stems make excellent mulch and compost material.One packet per order while stocks are limited
Pisum sativum - snow pea 'Yakumo Giant' - seed DESCRIPTION: Mange tout, sugar snap or snowpea style pea with large dark purple and mauve flowers and the largest green pods. Eat raw or cooked, as baby pods or mature. PLANTING: Sow direct in autumn-winter; and in spring in cooler climates. Scoop out a shallow flat wide trench 15cm wide by 5cm deep, water it well, add the seed and cover with soil. CARE: Water again when the peas germinate, and while growing. Provide trellis for the plant to cling to. Water and feed regularly through the growing period for juicy pods. Harvest in 14 weeks from sowing.