Cascadia

Cascadia


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Sugar Snap Variety

Cascadia is a very sweet Snap Pea developed by Dr. James Bagett and Oregon State University. The 3.5” (8.9 cm) deep-green, thick and juicy pods are filled with flavor. Cascadia has the honor of being the first Enation-Mosaic resistant variety ever introduced.

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Sugar Snap Variety

Cascadia is a very sweet Snap Pea developed by Dr. James Bagett and Oregon State University. The 3.5” (8.9 cm) deep-green, thick and juicy pods are filled with flavor. Cascadia has the honor of being the first Enation-Mosaic resistant variety ever introduced.

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