Outdoor Peas 2017

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Started the peas (sprouted them indoors, then stuck them into the ground) on March 26, a couple weeks later than usual.  Brutally cold spring, with early January temperatures (teens) in March and April. But the peas are doing well.

This year, 4 varieties. Little Marvel (shell) to the left, super sugar snap and super snappy (edible pod, or shell) in the middle, and wando (shell) to the right. In the middle, super snappy is closer than sugar snap in the photo.

Also in the photo, windowbox planters of white walla walla and yellow granex onions. I won't bother with a growlog of onions, but I've got yellow, white, and green, plus chives growing. Not a lot of them.

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At the height of pea harvest

At the height of pea harvest now. Yum.... Have been nibbling at least a week, all varieties ripe now.

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Peas started flowering today

Peas started flowering today - yay! The Little Marvel and super sugar snap are first to bloom. Googling around, it's about 2.5-3 weeks from bloom to first peas. :)

 

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