Re: where did everyone go?!?
In this area it is traditional to plant peas on St. Patrick's day.
We have done it for years, even though sometimes the
ground was still partly frozen or there was snow. The peas
don't seem to mind the cold. We usually have peas in late
May and early June. I have found the Sugar Snaps and
Oregon Sugar Pods bear longer than the "shelling" peas.
Keeping them picked every day helps to keep them coming.
Can't plant beans until the ground is warm, though.
In a message dated 02/23/2007 6:21:39 PM Eastern Standard Time,
So do you get peas in the winter or do they grow until spring and then
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And I plant mine in November here!
Johnson Cyndi D Civ 95 CG/SCSRT wrote:
> It probably depends on when it gets hot in your area. When I sow mine
> in mid-March, I start getting peas in...ummmm...early May I guess, but
> the "season" only lasts about two or three weeks. I don't know if they
> are exhausted by then or if the heat kills them off, because it's
> pretty common for us to be getting high 80s during that time. We have
> to pick every day too. I only plant snow peas and sometimes snap peas,
> always the short ones so I don't have to trellis them.
> I'm really hoping to plant this weekend and see if I get a longer
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> I could be wrong but I always thought they had to be in by mid Feb in
> order for them not to burn up too soon... I have made it before and
> they do great.... but most of them time I think I am too late and
> don't get them planted.
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>> I have always planted my snow peas in mid-March, even though we have
>> very short spring. I guess I always had this feeling they would
>> plus I just haven't been ready to get them in the ground before that.
>> But I'll try putting them in this weekend and see what happens, it
>> would be great to get a longer season out of them.
>> Lots of freeze burned foliage at my place too, it is really starting
>> to become more evident as the rest of the yard greens up.
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>> Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 8:18 AM
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>> It is 60 here this morning. I got my snow peas planted last week so
>> maybe I will get some before it gets too hot. I have potatoes ready
>> to plant but my mom always said plant on March 17th.
>> We are suppose to have bad tornado like storms this evening with high
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