A dwarf snow pea with vines just 2’ long that can be grown trellised or just supported by brushy twigs. This shorter variety doesn’t require a large trellis and is easier to protect from hungry birds. It still produce a huge number of 4” pods that should be harvested and eaten when they are flat, before the seeds form inside. Harvested young they are also stringless. Plant 2-3” apart in good garden soil and keep well watered. This wonderful variety has disease resistance against mildew, pea virus and common wilt.