Snow peas are a ridiculously easy vegetable or more appropriately, legume. All you have to do to grow them from a seed is grab some quality seedling mix from your local bunnings or gardening store, give them a solid splash of water and wait a couple of days.
After four days I saw that my snow pea seeds were starting to sprout. Beans tend to sprout quite quickly, but the timeframe in which they do so can vary from a couple days to 1-2 weeks depending on the health of the seed and the climate.
After two weeks of sowing the seeds my snow pea plants were starting to take shape. The biggest factor in determining the success of your plants is the climate. Snow peas enjoy a cooler climate, as compared to something like tomatoes, but they still enjoy plenty of sun. I’ve sown mine in Autumn since I live in a sub-tropical climate and they are looking great.