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wondering about my snow peas

Friday, 20 Feb 09 Sunny 10°C / 50°F

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I was wondering why I haven’t seen a row of snow peas on my 11th day, but after checking now, I see it takes 14 days. I dug around and saw that the pea is green and just about ready to pop through the soil. I hope it waits a day or so. It is suppose to snow tonight! Maybe that’s why they are called snow peas!

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Day 11

Snow Peas

Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon

2009 garden garden

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crystalwill2

crystalwill2

Bear Creek NC

United States

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