Sugar snap peas need to climb, which means you will have to do a little planning before you put your seeds or seedlings in the ground.
As the weather begins to warm and your plants start to grow expect to have to water more frequently.
Some types may be ready for harvesting about a week after flowers appear while others can take closer to two.
Narrow pots work better than circular ones for growing peas. Choose one that is at least six inches deep for bush varieties or one foot deep for viny types.
Most sugar snap pea varieties take about two months from germination to begin fruiting.