Pea Gardens From Across the World (6/4/2016)

Peas Across the World

Today is the start of a brand new feature here at the pea project. I enjoy seeing what is going on in others people garden. It can be a great learning experience that I want to share with you. I regularly check around twitter and other social media to see what other people have shared about peas in their gardens. Now at the end of every week, I will share with you the best of what I found from pea gardens across the country and even the world. A big thank you to everyone that contributed with their pictures and comments. I appreciate it. I hope you will find these photos as enjoyable to look at as I did.

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This photo is from Ma & Pa Farmers. What a beautiful harvest of delicious snap peas. I hope that I can fill up a bin like that too! They would have a bigger crop but heat has been slowing things down, plus some wood ducks did a number on one of their beds. Hope to hear more from them soon.

"Old peas never die.......peas from a pot that are 3 years old, still going strong!"
“Old peas never die…….peas from a pot that are 3 years old, still going strong!”

This photo is from Ry. I absolutely love the angle of this photo. It’s gives you a bug’s view of the plants. It makes the peas look impressive. The bamboo he uses adds a beautiful touch. The seeds he uses are still growing good, even after 3 years.

"Those particular ones are sugar snap and they are doing excellent even when transplanted"
“Those particular ones are sugar snap and they are doing excellent even when transplanted”

This photo is from Verena.┬áThis gardener gave her peas a head start by planting them in the tray. I haven’t tried transplanting peas but in some climates it might be necessary.

Here is a hybertendril variety of pea grasping a nearby fence.
Here is a hybertendril variety of pea grasping a nearby fence.

This photo is from a friend of mine’s garden. I shared with him some Spring Blush pea seeds. This is hypertendril variety. Plenty of tendrils to grab a hold of what ever is nearby.

Do you have any photos of peas from your garden that you want to share? Leave me know at eric at thepeaproject.com

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2 Replies to “Pea Gardens From Across the World (6/4/2016)”

  1. […] Last week, I shared with you a photo from my friend’s garden – his Spring Blush peas. He send me another photo this week, and they are beginning to bloom. […]

  2. […] are from Ma & Pa Farmers. They have appeared before on this site in the very first edition of Pea Gardens Across the World. Since then, their temperatures have cooled to produce a more bountiful crop. They are located in […]

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