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Fresh from the plant, peas are so full of flavour that many gardeners find it hard to get them as far as the kitchen! Whether you eat yours raw, shell and cook them on the same day, or freeze them for future use, peas are one of our most popular vegetable seeds.

Fresh from the plant, peas are so full of flavour that many gardeners find it hard to get them as far as the kitchen! Whether you eat yours raw, shell and cook them on the same day, or freeze them for future use, peas are one of our most popular vegetable seeds.

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Why Grow Peas From Seed? 

Peas can be sown over a long period of time. Preferring cooler conditions to get started. With such a wide range of pea varieties, they can be sown in succession through the spring to crop early summer through to autumn. 

A sample of Suttons Pea seed choice is Delikett. a sweet sugar snap seed, Multi-coloured mix, ‘Douce Provence’ can sow in two-week intervals and even overwintered if autumn sown, noted for producing many pods. ‘Ambassador’ is a disease-resistant variety batting off Mildews and is a vigorous plant.

When To Plant Pea Seeds?

Round pea seeds are hardy and can be sown in late autumn or between January and March and wrinkled pea seeds need to be sown in succession between March and June. Both types will produce delicious tasting peas and edible pea pods for you to enjoy! 

How Do Your Grow Peas From Seed?

It’s good to do a bit of planning with Peas. They can be sown in two weekly intervals and divided into early, second early and maincrop varieties.

Suttons Pea seeds are very generous in numbers so there is no reason not to have a steady supply of Peas. If room is tight, think about growing them in raised beds

Dig your Peas into the soil once they have come to an end. Just one word of caution, avoid sowing pea seeds in cold wet weather. 

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