Magnolia Blossom Sugar Snap Pea

By: Meriel Bradley

This is a very pretty sugar snap pea bred by Dr. Alan Kapular.

The vines grow to about 8 feet and produce light green pods with a purple stripe down the side.

The flowers are a lovely two-tone purple making it a perfect plant for ornamental kitchen gardens.

In my zone 5 garden, I plant in early April and then in mid-summer for a 2nd fall crop. 


3 – 9


8 feet


part shade

Planting Tips

Direct plant as soon as the ground can be worked in the spring

Plant about an inch apart in rows

Provide pea supports or netting about 8 feet tall to support the vines

Peas like cool weather so plant again about 2 months before the first frosts for a fall crop

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