• Oregon Giant Peas Peas

Pisium sativum

An Open Pollinated snow pea variety that was bred by DR James Baggett of the Oregon State University.

This variety is a prolific producer of large, flat, broad pods that are sweet, crunchy and delicious. Great as a snack or as an addition to any meal fried in some butter with garlic.

The plants can reach around 90cm tall and will benefit from support.

Ready to harvest in 70 days


Resistant to Fusarium wilt and powdery mildew.


Standard packet contains approx 25 seeds

Petite packet contains approx 10 seeds


Using Peaflo-Rhizobium bacteria when planting your pea seed is the most cost effective way of putting nitrogen fixing bacteria into your soil, creating healthier soil for a more productive harvest.

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Oregon Giant Peas Peas

  • Product Code: 27-2208
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  • R28.00

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