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Pea Obsession

Monday, 20 Feb 12 Cloudy 7°C / 45°F

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I did not realise how many varieties of peas I had until I started planting! I have run out of trays so will do two plantings. This is the first lot, will do the next when these are ready to be transplanted.

I have decided to get them all going so I can have the pleasure of comparison. At the end of the day peas are great to freeze, have always been a staple on our dinner plate and what’s the point of them staying in a box in the cupboard.

However there is a little problem – SPACE! I really hope the allotment I am next in line for comes through very very soon. If not I have got some (far from attractive) flower boxes which will do the trick.

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Pea 'Jumbo'

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Pea 'Golden Sweet' Heirloom

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Pea 'Ruthless'

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Pea 'Oasis'

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Pea 'Ruthless'

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Pea 'Lincoln' Heirloom

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Pea 'Hurst Green Shaft' main crop

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Pea 'Alderman' Heirloom

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  • Tralamander

    Tralamander wrote:

    At least you can train them vertically! ;)

    Posted on 21 Feb 12 (over 2 years ago)

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