Golden Snap’ became Opal Creek, named in honour of an ancient forest in Oregon. It’s not easy to find, but Dr Kapuler, who has dedicated his life to breeding superb open-pollinated vegetables for the public domain, made it available through the Seed Savers Exchange in the US so it has been doing the rounds among seed swappers. (Source Daughters of the Soil)

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Product Description

Opal Creek Pea

  • 50 seeds
  • Organic
  • Open pollinated
  • Distance between plants – 6-12″
  • Distance between rows – 24-36″
  • Full sun
  • Water every 1-2 days
  • Days to maturity – 70 days
  • Days to germination – 7-10 days
  • Height – 48-72″
  • Pisum Sativum L – Fabaceae
  • Germination rate – 83%
  • Seed life: 2 years

Sow: Outdoor 4-6 weeks before last frost 1’’ deep

Harvest:  When pea pods are plump and green

Golden Snap’ became Opal Creek, named in honour of an ancient forest in Oregon. It’s not easy to find, but Dr Kapuler, who has dedicated his life to breeding superb open-pollinated vegetables for the public domain, made it available through the Seed Savers Exchange in the US so it has been doing the rounds among seed swappers.

Opal Creek, bred by the legendary Alan Kapuler, a molecular biologist turned public domain plant breeder based in Oregon USA, who has devoted his life to breeding wonderful new varieties for the public good rather than commercial profit. (Source Daughters of the Soil Website)

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Additional Information

Weight .016 kg
Dimensions 8.255 × 0.3 × 11.43 cm

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