Peas


Peas are the quintessential winter crop – no winter veggie garden is complete without a few rows of peas. In colder areas of the country, note that peas will fail to set fruit once the temps drop below -5°C. So plan your planting accordingly.

It is possible to get 2-3 crops of peas in the ground: one in very early spring and then again in autumn and winter. The spring crop will generally only produce one or two pickings before the plants succumb to powdery mildew, but it’s often worth the effort, especially if you missed the winter planting.

Staking or trellising will ensure that you get the most production out of the plants and will also delay the onset of disease. Plants that lie on the ground start the disease cycle early.

Pick pods regularly to increase production.


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Antique Pea

Antique Pea

Pisum sativumAntique Pea is a really special, exceedingly rare pea variety that simply makes a a del..

R32.04

Aragon Peas

Aragon Peas

Pisum sativumThis is a dry pea variety used for split peas.Aragon is an early maturing variety which..

R31.35

Blue Bantam Pea

Blue Bantam Pea

Pisum sativumA super early producer of really tasty pods. This is a short growing variety and is con..

R34.59

Bolero Peas

Bolero Peas

Pisum sativumA superb freezing pea with a high sugar content. Bolero is a vigorous grower and is Pow..

R30.27

Cascadia Peas

Cascadia Peas

Pisum sativumA snap pea variety which was originally developed by the Oregon State University. This ..

R31.35

Early Perfection Peas

Early Perfection Peas

Pisum sativumA shelling pea variety prized by gardeners for its exceptional flavour, early abundance..

R34.59

Green Beauty Pea

Green Beauty Pea

Pisum sativumGreen Beauty Pea is a snow pea, best harvested for it's sweet tender pods before they f..

R32.03

Greenfeast Peas

Greenfeast Peas

Pisum sativum Greenfeast is one of the staples in our family. We annually plant 2 double rows of ..

R30.27

Magnolia Blossom Tendril Peas

Magnolia Blossom Tendril Peas

Pisum sativumMagnolia Blossom Tendril Peas are available for the first time in South Africa. These a..

R35.94

Mammoth Melting Sugar Peas

Mammoth Melting Sugar Peas

Pisum sativumMammoth Melting Sugar or Snow Pea is a long standing favourite of home gardeners. Big f..

R35.94

Mangetout Kennedy Peas

Mangetout Kennedy Peas

Pisum sativumMangetout Kennedy is a sugar or snow pea that was originally bred from selections of Or..

R32.04

Oregon Giant Peas

Oregon Giant Peas

Pisium sativumAn Open Pollinated snow pea variety that was bred by DR James Baggett of the Oregon St..

R34.59

Oregon Sugar Pod II Peas

Oregon Sugar Pod II Peas

Pisum sativum A really cool pea variety that is the original mangetout. A low-growing, compact va..

R31.35

Shiraz Peas

Shiraz Peas

Pisum sativumA mangetout variety with deeply coloured flat purple pods which wil be a stunning plant..

R33.81

Sugar Ann Snap Pea

Sugar Ann Snap Pea

Pisum sativumA prolific producer of light green snap peas which is very easy to grow and has very lo..

R33.81

Sugar Magnolia Tendril Pea

Sugar Magnolia Tendril Pea

Pisum sativumSugar Magnolia Tendril Pea is another unique innovation from Dr Kapuler. This is the fi..

R35.94

Sugar Snap Mangetout

Sugar Snap Mangetout

Pisum sativum If you looking for a delicious, high yielding sugar snap pea look no further. The S..

R30.27

Super Snappy Pea

Super Snappy Pea

Pisum sativum A vigorous sugar snap pea variety that does not need support and is tolerant to pow..

R33.51

Tom Thumb Peas

Tom Thumb Peas

Pisum sativumTom Thumb Peas are a superb pea for container gardening or for those of us that simply ..

R34.50

Wando Peas

Wando Peas

Pisum sativumFirst introduced in 1943 as a cross between two heirlooms, Laxton's Progress (England) ..

R37.39

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