Mammoth Melting 4 Weeks 1

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I am now at week 4 of growing my mammoth melting sugar peas and wow, have they taken off. They are about the same height now as my burpeana early peas that I planted weeks before. They are gripping my mesh netting pretty good now. We have had lots of rain and cool temperatures at night, great growing conditions for peas. I can’t wait until these snow peas will be melting in my mouth.

Mammoth Melting 4 Weeks 2

To learn more about growing peas, check out my new blog – the Pea Project.

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  1. Louise from Louisiana April 30, 2011, 7:18 pm

    I tried to grow peas last spring, but the deer and the rabbits got to them almost as soon as they sprouted. Your method would keep both out and allow the peas to climb. I just bought some wire from Lowes and plan to do the same as you but not in a pot. Thanks for posting and good luck.

  2. admin May 1, 2011, 12:43 pm

    Those deer and rabbit love those little peas. Hope it works out for you.

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