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Snap pea: Pisum sativum Sugar Ann

Snap pea: Pisum sativu An award-winning snap pea, 'Sugar Ann' grows on short vines that do not require support. The meaty 2 1/2-inch pods are great steamed or raw in salads or for snacking. 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leaves,,oval, hairy leaves,,,,lance-shaped to ovate leaves,,,,,,,linear to oval smooth leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lance-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lance-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,lance-shaped to ovate leaves,,,,,narrow, sharply pointed leaves,,,,,swordlike leaves,shiny, toothed, heavily-veined, ovate leaves,,,,,,,triangular-ovate to diamond-shaped leaves,,,oval, 3-inch leaves with slightly toothed margins,,rigid, straight or slightly curved, pointy leaves with white bands on undersides, arranged all around stem.,,overlapping, pointy, needlelike dark-green leaves with white bands on undersides, lending a silvery effect,,short, rounded, tightly arranged leaves with blue bands,,oblong to oval, dark, evergreen, glossy leaves emerge cooper-red in spring,,,oblong leaves have four rows of raised sliver blotches,rigid, sharp, needlelike leaves with bands on both sides,,soft, flexible, needlelike, light-green to blue-green leaves in bundles of five,,twisted, rigid, needlelike leaves in pairs often become yellow-green in winter,,blue-green oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs, climbing climbing green heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,Simple, ovate leaves in opposite pairs,,philodendron generally feature thick, glossy, elongated heart-shaped leaves although there is variation,large, heart shaped, glossy leaves, with many deeply cut lobes,,elongated, heart-shaped, red-flushed leaves with burgundy stems,,glossy, heart-shaped leaves with pointy tips are sometimes red-flushed underneath,,hairy, heart-shaped basal leaves and linear stem leaves,,oval, hairy leaves,,,,lance-shaped to ovate leaves,,,,,,,linear to oval smooth leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lance-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lance-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,lance-shaped to ovate leaves,,,,,narrow, sharply pointed leaves,,,,,swordlike leaves,shiny, toothed, heavily-veined, ovate leaves,,,,,,,triangular-ovate to diamond-shaped leaves,,,oval, 3-inch leaves with slightly toothed margins,,rigid, straight or slightly curved, pointy leaves with white bands on undersides, arranged all around stem.,,overlapping, pointy, needlelike dark-green leaves with white bands on undersides, lending a silvery effect,,short, rounded, tightly arranged leaves with blue bands,,oblong to oval, dark, evergreen, glossy leaves emerge cooper-red in spring,,,oblong leaves have four rows of raised sliver blotches,rigid, sharp, needlelike leaves with bands on both sides,,soft, flexible, needlelike, light-green to blue-green leaves in bundles of five,,twisted, rigid, needlelike leaves in pairs often become yellow-green in winter,,blue-green oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs, blue-green heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,heart-shaped leaves with pronounced veins,,Simple, ovate leaves in opposite pairs,,philodendron generally feature thick, glossy, elongated heart-shaped leaves although there is variation,large, heart shaped, glossy leaves, with many deeply cut lobes,,elongated, heart-shaped, red-flushed leaves with burgundy stems,,glossy, heart-shaped leaves with pointy tips are sometimes red-flushed underneath,,hairy, heart-shaped basal leaves and linear stem leaves,,oval, hairy leaves,,,,lance-shaped to ovate leaves,,,,,,,linear to oval smooth leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lance-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lance-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,oval to lanced-shaped, toothed, thin leaves,,lance-shaped to ovate leaves,,,,,narrow, sharply pointed leaves,,,,,swordlike leaves,shiny, toothed, heavily-veined, ovate leaves,,,,,,,triangular-ovate to diamond-shaped leaves,,,oval, 3-inch leaves with slightly toothed margins,,rigid, straight or slightly curved, pointy leaves with white bands on undersides, arranged all around stem.,,overlapping, pointy, needlelike dark-green leaves with white bands on undersides, lending a silvery effect,,short, rounded, tightly arranged leaves with blue bands,,oblong to oval, dark, evergreen, glossy leaves emerge cooper-red in spring,,,oblong leaves have four rows of raised sliver blotches,rigid, sharp, needlelike leaves with bands on both sides,,soft, flexible, needlelike, light-green to blue-green leaves in bundles of five,,twisted, rigid, needlelike leaves in pairs often become yellow-green in winter,,blue-green oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs,,oblong leaflets borne in pairs 119 134 130 3.0 3.0 vegetable vine Aphids, pea weevils, powdery mildew, and fusarium may occur. 0 0 Sugar Ann 24 30 Maintain soil moisture all season. After germination when the first true leaves appear, apply a balanced, organic fertilizer, following package directions. Excess nitrogen will result in vigorous green growth at the expense of pea production. 0 For powdery mildew, removed diseased leaves, avoid overhead watering, and increase air circulation. For fusarium, remove diseased plants, reduce soil moisture, and rotate crops. Hose off aphids with water, and spray with horticultural oil. 7-10 Seed Savers 5th;, Johnny's 2000; Pick when pods are rounded but smooth, before they show individual bulges; hold the vine in one hand and pull the pod up and off the vine with the other. For a fall crop, count back the number of days to harvest from first expected frost, and add 2 extra weeks to offset cool weather. Once the plants are thriving, add 4 inches of hay mulch to extend the harvest. To increase yields, apply legume inoculant, available from most garden centers, at planting time. 52-68 Peas have been cultivated for so long that their origin is a mystery. But whether they came from western Asia, as scientists believe, or were a gift from Thor, Norse god of thunder, weather, and crops, as myth has it, every gardener knows peas fresh from the garden are beyond comparison. Amend soil with well-rotted manure or compost. Direct sow, 1 inch deep, 2-3 inches apart in rows spaced 18-24 inches apart. Sow as soon as the ground can be worked in spring, 4-6 weeks before last frost. Martha sows peas at Turkey Hill around St. Patrick's Day. Peas are cool-season plants and should be grown either in spring or fall. 0 After flowering begins, don't disturb the soil near plants; even minimal root disturbance will cause leaves and pods to drop. light, well drained 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 most flavorful used right after harvest 0 0 0 > 0 0 0 0
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