Peas Gardens Across the World (6/10/16)

Peas Across the World

Welcome to the next installment in my weekly series sharing pea photos from across all across the world. I have another excellent batch of photos for your visual enjoyment. Check them and be inspired!

The peas are growing in the far left, bottom corner of this photo. What an unique angle!
The peas are growing in the far left, bottom corner of this photo. What an unique angle!
Plenty of snow peas harvested by Chef Tim.
Plenty of snow peas harvested by Chef Tim.

Chef Tim Foods (from Etters, PA) shared these two photos. What a beautiful angle to view a garden, nothing like I have seen before across the social media. Very impressed. And those snow peas that he harvested looked fabulous. Check out Chef Tim Foods. He sells a sweet balsamic vinaigrette and seasonings at markets, stores, and online.

Cascaida Snpa Peas are growing up a trellis that is ample enough, yet catches the eye.
Cascadia Snap Peas are growing up a trellis that is ample enough, yet catches the eye.

Erin Ryan shared with me her Cascadia Snap Peas – a snap pea that is known for it’s thick-walled pods that deliver a satisfying crunch. I am growing this variety in my garden as well. I also like her black trellis. Erin is a Research Associate at the University of Maryland and former NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) Fellow at NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center in the Planetary Systems Lab

Up close picture of those beautiful flowers. Nice work.
Up close picture of those beautiful flowers. Nice work.
Beautiufl flowers. I love peas that produce these purple flowers over the white ones. This is the Robinson variety which is a soup pea from Latvia.
Beautiufl flowers. I love peas that produce these purple flowers over the white ones. This is the Robinson variety which is a soup pea from Latvia.

Our next contributor is Douglas Smith from the UK. He is growing the Robinson soup pea. What beautiful flowers on these plants. Make sure to check out his twitter page.

These look like very productive plants with lots of tasty peas to enjoy.
These look like very productive plants with lots of tasty peas to enjoy.

Next up, we have Don Hartman, who is growing some delicious looking shelling peas. Very productive plants he has got going there!

This is a flowering Spring Blush hypertendril pea plant. I shared some seed with my friend.
This is a flowering Spring Blush hypertendril pea plant. I shared some seed with my friend.

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.

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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