Most of my AtoZ has been about plants on my patio and I could easily have done the whole theme on the patio but no. I’m heading down to the Vegetable plot. Mind you they’re currently in the greenhouse.
The spot where the peas should be planted out is currently under piles of bramble and buddleigh cuttings. The bigger the pea shoots get the less time I have to get their final resting place ready. I know, what am I doing sat here writing? Better go get busy in the garden, what a shame.
There’s something about picking your own peas fresh from your garden. Mind you I say that about all the vegetables I grow. It’s been a few years since my veg plot’s been functioning, I’ve been telling myself I let it have a fallow few years.
This is the year, the year for peas.
My AtoZ Blogging Challenge is all about gardening, Lynne style.
If you’ve enjoyed reading this post why not see what others are doing too during 2017 AtoZ Blogging challenge, look in the comments on the letter of the day blog or like their facebook page. I look forward to seeing you back here tomorrow.
the only way I like eating peas is raw straight out of the pod.
That’s my preferred way too. Need to grow them first.
The common pea – my favourite vegetable 🙂
Not sure which vegetable is my favourite. Love lots of them.
I love picking peas . It’s like with strawberries – one in the box, one in the mouth!
Completely agree. Eaten freshly picked from the pod is the best.
Love peas, always fresh from the garden, uncooked! I sowed some peas a couple of weeks back. One is growing nicely. Better sow some more 🙂
That happened to me. Of my first batch only one grew. Of my second batch lots grew but many were nibbled when tiny by mice. I moved them out of reach and intersowed with more seeds and finally have a crop I can plant out. When I clear my veg plot..
Can I just say how great it is that the AtoZ bloggers seem to like growing peas. And there I was thinking everyone would say ‘pea? why?’.
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