|Spacing Between Rows||4 inches|
|Planting Depth||1-3 inches|
|Days to Germination||3-10 days|
|Height at Maturity||24 inches|
How to Grow
For best results, sow densely at any time during the season. The mix is especially happy in the cool of spring or late summer/early fall. Space seeds about one-half inch apart in the row. Either scatter the seeds over the surface of the soil and rake in heavily or sow into furrowed rows spaced 1-4 inches apart. If scattering, be sure that peas end up well buried so that they can germinate and take hold. If sowing in dry conditions, provide irrigation if possible. For spring sowings, mow and till into the soil (or harvest for the compost pile) when peas begin to flower and set pods but before the pods fill out and mature. Summer and fall sowings can be left in the ground until winter.