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Goodnight sweet peas

Thursday, 14 Jun 12 Sunny 32°C / 90°F

The sugar snap have come to the end of their season. They are such a treat while they are here and it always seems to go by too quickly. My daughter ate most of them. She ran to the backyard every morning on our way out the door and ate a few. A couple Saturday afternoons found her sitting in front of the trellis searching deeply through the vines for fresh treasure. She is my sweet pea.

I was able to save a few pods which are currently drying, and my sweet pea will have sweet peas again next year. <3


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Day 90

Pea - Dwarf Gray Sugar

Pisum sativum var. saccharatum

Backyard along Fence garden


  • rosemarieGardener

    rosemarieGardener wrote:

    Always sad when my sow pea season comes to an end; I know how you feel. Nice story about your daughter fondness for the veggi.

    Posted on 15 Jun 12 (almost 3 years ago)

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