Mangetout ‘Golden Sweet’ produces lots of soft-yellow coloured pods. Pick the pea pods soon after they appear to eat as sweet and crisp mangetout or leave the pods on the plant and allow the peas to develop. Either way, ‘Golden Sweet’ really are sweet and delicious – this mangetout pea is well worth growing.

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