Growing Peas

Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about growing peas can be found right here!

Peas are a delicious vegetable and a fantastic source of numerous vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin A and Vitamin C, and they’re high in protein. They’re also easy to grow on your own, so next time you’re cooking a meal you could use your very own peas for a taste sensation!

Here, you’ll be able to find how-to videos to help you grow peas in your own garden (or even your windowsill!), as well as a checklist to get you set up and ready to go.

If you’ve got a burning question to ask someone about peas, now is the time! Simply send us your question using the form below and we’ll be able to get you an answer from one of the industry’s growers, farmers, freezers, machinery engineers or chefs – whatever the question, we have the best person to answer!

Want to start growing peas but struggling to find some seeds? No problem. Enter the competition to win some seeds below, and we’ll get them posted out to the winners.

Dont forget to let us know how your peas are getting along by tweeting us (@YesPeas) or tagging us on Instagram @yespeas_.

Grow Your Own with Yes Peas!

Do you want to learn more about growing your own peas at home? Check out these handy videos and hopefully you’ll be a pro in no time!

How to grow peas at home

Need some help?

Click here to download our printable Grow-Your-Own Peas Checklist
or here to view on mobile.

Ask a Farmer a question!

Got a burning question about peas? You’re in the right place! Yes Peas! is home to a group of farmers, growers, freezing companies, machinery engineers, chefs and industry professionals who can help answer any pea-related question you might have.

So, go ahead ask our team what you’ve always wanted to know about peas!

Win some pea seeds!

Want to be in with a chance of winning some pea seeds so you can grow your own at home? Simply enter your details below and you might be our lucky winner!

The Yes Peas! team will be picking out a winner at random every week, so keep your eyes pea-led for updates!

Pea Plant