Veggies

Snow Peas

I planted these snow peas late, on January 1, rather than in November, when I usually plant the cool season garden. But, aside from a few warm weeks in March, we’ve had a cool spring, and the snow peas are thriving.

I’m watching them every day for blossom. Hope the house sparrows will save some of the succulent pea pods for me and my boyfriend!

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2 thoughts on “Snow Peas

  1. I had some peas on my balcony last summer! I planted them into old teacups, and I wasn’t really expecting them to grow pods, but they did get blossoms and a few (tiny) pods even! I was so pleasantly surprised!

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