Opal Creek

WILL BE AVAILABLE DECEMBER 2018

Unique and tasty 3” yellow-podded snap pea. Sturdy plants with 5-6’ vines with white flowers. The name honors the ancient Opal Creek forest in Oregon. Many gardeners also enjoy its very sweet, edible leaves. Holds the lemon-yellow color better in cool temperatures. Great for salads and also our favorite for growing baby pea-spouts in the greenhouse. Bred by Alan Kapuler PhD.

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Additional information

Seed Type

Conventional

Latin Name:

Pisum sativum

Alternate Names

Golden Snap

Plant Type:

Pole pea

Pea Type:

Sugar snap pea

Support Needed:

Trellis; will grow 5-8'

Germination:

4-8 days

Maturity:

70 days

Exposure:

Full Sun

Planting Method:

Direct sow in early spring

Planting Depth:

1"

Spacing:

Space seeds 2" apart in the row; rows 4' apart.

Seed Count:

+/- 167 per ounce; 2,675 per pound

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Wholesale Customers

For wholesale pricing and availability, please contact our office at (608) 437-9081.

Dr. Alan Kapuler is the founder and president of Peace Seeds (www.peaceseeds.com) located in Corvallis, Oregon. He was also a co-founder and the first research director for Seeds of Change. Dr. Kapuler graduated at the top of his class from Yale at the age of 19 and went on to receive a PhD in molecular biology from the Rockefeller University in New York. For more than 40 years Dr. Kapuler has been working diligently to introduce hundreds of vegetable varieties into the public domain. A portion of all sales goes back to Peace Seeds to support their incredibly diverse and unique work.

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