Sugar Snap Peas

Growing Snap Peas in Asia, Singapore

judyqyt added on September 1, 2015 | Answered

I love in Singapore and would like to grow snap peas. But from what I'm reading around, it seems that they need to be sowed when temperatures are fairly low (60 degree F), but we only go to as low as 72 degree F. I tried growing my 1st batch of seeds in a cool shaded area but after 12 days, no sprouts spotted. Was wondering if apart from temperature, could I have done anything else to improve my chances of growing snap peas? Thanks in advance.

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Answered on September 3, 2015

Sugar Snap Peas are a cool weather crop.
Perhaps you can grow them in the cooler part of your growing period.

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