Bicolor flowers and hyper tendrils
Sweet pods with a good crunch
5-8 ft. vines that scramble up a trellis
Ideal for the edible landscape
As beautiful as it is productive! Vigorous, 5-8 ft. vines produce bicolor flowers, hyper tendrils and plenty of sweetly flavored peas with just the right amount of crunch. They’re great for snacking, relish trays or salads. The pods are easy to pick, too. The plant also produces edible tendrils that have a sweet pea flavor and are a great addition to salads. Magnolia Blossom Sugar Snap Pea is a very ornamental plant, and will add color to a trellis or fence in the garden or edible landscape. For the best flavor, pick the pods before their strings turn red. Like other snap peas, Magnolia Blossom performs well in cooler weather and can be grown as either a spring or fall crop. 70 DAYS.
Pisum sativum ‘Magnolia Blossom’
Height:5 – 8 feet
Spacing:6 – 8 inches
Depth:1 – 1 1/2 inches
Spread:2 – 3 feet
Light Required:Full Sun
Size:75 Seed Pkt
Blooms:Late winter – early spring (depending on climate) for 2-3 months
Fruit:Sweet, plump, crisp, crunchy pods. For the best flavor, pick the pods before their strings turn red.
Days To Maturity:70 Days
Germination:6 – 10 Days
Form:Vegetable, Pea, Snap Pea
Flower Form:bicolor flowers
Soil Requirements:Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
Seed Count:Approximately 75 seeds per packet.
Pruning:Only to remove old damaged or brown foliage.