bush pea spacing

blaferbyJune 11, 2010

I've learned that my bush snow pea rows should be 2-3' apart, and to sow them 3" apart; but nowhere can I find how far apart the plants should be in the rows after thinning.

Little help?


Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo

All members of the Pisum group grow thick. 2-3 inches is plenty. no need to thin. You can plant double rows 8-12 inches apart. you will need enough space between the doubel rows to pick them. Those are cool weather vegetables, not many places south of Alaska where you can grow them in the summertime.

    Bookmark   June 11, 2010 at 7:13PM
Sign Up to comment
More Discussions
if you don't like getting emails every time someone replies...
Click on "Your Houzz", Edit Profile, Advanced...
Brown bunch beans---info....please.
My 3 rows of KY Wonder bush bean played their best...
Marvel of Venice
I'd like to try a couple of plants of the yellow pole...
The Mayocoba Bean story
Have you heard of the controversy that evidently went...
Genetics of Phaseolus lunatus
I really enjoy some of the colorful pole limas, but...
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™