When you look out your window and you notice your daffodils beginning to bloom, it’s time to plant your peas! After a long winter, peas are one of my favorite spring crops to grow. There are many types of peas you can harvest from your garden. Snap peas, snow peas and garden peas all have slightly different flavors and different methods of prep. If you are planning on growing peas, a good time to get them started is sometime in March a little before your average last frost date has passed. They can be started earlier in a hoop house or covered garden. You can also start the seeds indoors, and once they sprout, transfer them outside. Last winter, I planted them under a hoop house and was able to enjoy an early crop! Peas are very easy to grow and perfect for someone who is just starting out with growing edibles. If you follow these tips below, you will soon be enjoying a plethora of peas!
- Angie Rose
Where Things Come Alive dog mama . loyal friend ☯ student of nature . adventure enthusiast ♡ healthy living believer . happiness seeker Ω Hi my name is Angie Rose. I am a New England based gardener passionate about vegetables, flowers and herbs. I am located in USDA zone 6a Massachusetts. Very interested in urban farming and raising animals. Currently raising ducks and geese. Freelance photographer with a love of nature and landscape photography. Join me on my journey! ⚘
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