I’ve always said that if you have kids and aren’t much of a gardener, at least just grow sugar snap peas and sungold tomatoes. (heck, that’s what I’d say even if you don’t have kids!) Sugar snap peas are sure to convert any toddler turning a nose up at green foods into a raw, green-veggie-eating machine!
The instruction on pea planting is to plant early in the spring, as soon as the soil can be worked. I’ve been skeptical of these directions. The soil can “be worked” when there is still snow around, and in Minnesota we can get a warm thaw, and a month later be back down to freezing temps! [Read more…] about Holding out for a pea revival