Mangetout (Snow Pea)

      Pisum sativum
With Mangetout, it is the immature, flat pods that are eaten. They are very tender and sweet and are used much more in Asia than here with us. If they are allowed to grow further, the pods will form inedible membranes, but they can still be shelled and eaten like small marrow peas.
Read more about cultivation and history under Snap Peas - Peas.
Norli, organic seeds
Is a very early, sound and hardy mange tout for the North. This plant grows about 60 cm tall, has white flowers and yields a good crop of 6 cm long, sweet pods of excellent quality. The seeds develop ...

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Dwarf Sweet Green, organic seeds
Is ready for harvest a day or 2 after fast-growing Norli. This somewhat bushy plant grows 50-60 cm tall and bears large amounts of sweet, mild, 7-8 cm long, light-green pods with no fibres. Dwarf...

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Oregon Sugar Pod, organic seeds
Is one of the most cultivated mange touts in the world. The 60-70 cm tall plants yield good crops of 10 cm long, about 2 cm wide, light-green pods of mild flavour and fine quality. They are set in pai...

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Heraut, organic


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English Sabre, organic seeds
Finally it's back again, thanks to interested Swedish seed growers, who have cultivated the new seeds of this favourite among mange touts. It is tall (at least 150 cm), richly yields the finest pods o...

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Carouby de Mausanne
Beautiful, tall French mange tout with violet flowers. The plant will be at least 150 cm high and must be supported. The 10 cm long pods are bright green, wid...

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