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Pea, Shelling ‘Onward’ (Pisum sativum)

Pea, Shelling ‘Onward’ (Pisum sativum)

Not for Tasmania

Peas are cool season crops and best sown from May (or April in mild coastal regions). An old variety, very popular in Europe and the USA ‘Onward is only just starting to make its mark in Australia. Sweet and flavoursome it is a prolific producer of large pods. Not powdery mildew resistant so best grown in the cooler months. Not for Tasmania.


When to sow: from April in mild coastal areas, May to September elsewhere
Where to sow: Sow seed 3 to 4cm apart in 10cm wide   drills
Depth to sow: 2cm
Aspect: Full sun or as sunny a spot as possible.
Soil: Prepared, well drained, fertilised soil. Add   lime if soil is too acid.
Spacing: Between plants: 4cm Between rows: 40cm

Directions:   Peas are a cool season crop which should be planted from June to September. Later plantings should be of powdery mildew resistant varieties such as this one. Plant seeds 2cm deep in a 10cm wide band.

Treated Seed

Packet 100 seeds
$4.75 each