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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Basic Methods for Trellising Spring and Fall Peas: Two Seasons

Basic Methods for Trellising Spring and Fall Peas: Two Seasons

Peas are a great vegetable to grow in your garden. There is absolutely no comparison to peas picked from the vine to the peas you find in grocery stores. The sugars just aren't there unless you eat them from the vine. A pure crisp snap of sugary goodness. Interested?

I grow in Maryland Zone 7 and can grow peas as a spring and fall crop. I can plant peas again in mid August and have a fall crop until the hard frosts come in November.

Peas are very easy to grow in the ground or in containers but you absolutely need to trellis them. They have stems that are hallow and they break easily. Trellising also helps with picking. I give you several examples of how to trellis peas in the video.




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