66-72. Sugar Daddy peas were bred by Dr. Calvin Lamborn, the innovative research director that developed the first edible-podded snap pea, Sugar Snap. However, Sugar Daddy has some big improvements— stringless pods, shorter vines and improved disease resistance. Slender, 3” pods have a deep green color adding to their appeal. The short plants reach only 24” to 30” tall and don’t need support, however, a short fence or trellis will make it easier to find and harvest the crunchy peas. Pods can be served fresh with dip, stuffed with cream cheese or added to salads. Add to stir-fries and soups, or steam for a delicious vegetable. Resistant to powdery mildew and tolerant to bean leaf roll virus.
The short plants reach only 24” to 30” tall and don’t need support, howev
Stringless pods, shorter vines and improved disease resistance