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Growing Snow Peas, also Sugar Peas, Mangetout, Chinese Peas

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19 Aug 17 M H (Australia - temperate climate)
Anyone in Melbourne growing carouby de Maussane snowpea?
22 Aug 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I grew mammoth melting snow peas from March this year and plants grew 7' high in my own garden. At the school gardens I grew snow peas from Bunnings and only grew about 3-4' high with heaps of peas. I'm going to try Oregon snow peas from seed next year otherwise it will be the Bunnings seedlings in future.
21 Aug 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Had a look on the internet and would guess that it is not common in Australia.

Anyone in Melbourne growing carouby de Maussane snowpea?

- M H

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