Harden up

It is now time for us to get the peas out from the glass house and harden them up ready for the season out in the garden. I have found that getting the plants started under glass and then moving them out so much better to have strong plants and a row without holes in you. Planting the seed into the ground you always have some that do not come up. This year I am growing two new peas to me, ‘Oregon Sugar’ and ‘Green Arrow’, both lots of seed are from the U.S, part of what Kyle sent to me.




3 thoughts on “Harden up

  1. I’m coming more to the conclusion too that it’s good to get much started off under cover rather than direct sowing. Failures in the latter can be dispiriting, whereas if I have the odd pot that don’t germinate – pah, who cares?

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