Well, so much for the flowers on my sugar snap peas. It seems the deer have dined well.
Hooray! The first flowers have bloomed on the sugar snap peas.
Sugar snap peas are on their way skyward! Here they are on May 10, 19, and again today after weeding. There is some discoloration due to a couple cold nights but they seem to be recovering well.
Seedlings continue to pop up fully. I was late on getting them started but I am way ahead of last year, so I count it a success! Here are the Pink Brandywines. Meanwhile, the sugar snap peas are doing great … Continue reading
It’s early April. The garden is bare and brown. I look at the packet of peas. “Plant the first sowing in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked,” it says. “Ok!” I says. First to prepare the … Continue reading
The peas I’ll be growing this year are sugar snap peas, a variety that grows on tall vines and does need support. I’ve seen some nice looking trellises made with a variety of reclaimed materials, but I’m really not crazy … Continue reading