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07 Feb 21 Mimi (USA - Zone 7b climate)
How tall do pea vines grow? I am trying to determine how tall my supports need to be. Also, what kind of soil and how much sunshine do they prefer? Thanks!
08 Feb 21 Anonymous (USA - Zone 4a climate)
5-6' tall, good rich friable soil and sun most of the day.
30 Jan 23 Renee (USA - Zone 5b climate)
Depends on the type. There are "bush" peas that only get 2-3' foot tall but still need support. Then there are "climbing" types that can get up to 6'. The short ones produce peas sooner than the tall types.
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