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Easy peezy seeds

Where to Sow:
Sow directly where to grow with support (trellis or fencing). Good seedbed preparation is a must if you want the best quality peas.

When to Sow:
Sow in Autumn – Spring

Seed Placement:
Full Sun

Where to Grow:
In a sheltered, well drained site in full sun.

Continually picking the pea pods while young will result in more pods emerging and therefore more total harvest from each plant.

Easy peezy seeds

Learn how to grow peas! This is an easy, rewarding crop for spring or fall.

Tricia shows you how to build a variety of quick and easy vegetable trellises. Garden vertically this year, trellis tomatoes, cucumbers, melons, beans, and peas.

These animals generally prefer to tunnel and won’t usually walk on to the bed and dig down from the surface. You can keep them out of a bed by lining it with wire mesh. This is expensive and time consuming for a large garden, but you could line some special beds for growing those crops most favored by them. The mesh must be put down carefully. These creatures aren’t stupid, they seem to know there is something good on the other side and will work to find chinks in the barrier.

A taste winner in our trials. Self-supporting plants.

Burpee Exclusive Here come the peas. Likely the top yielder in your spring garden, ‘Easy Peasy’ is soon loaded with delicious, attractive and altogether pleasing peas. The taste test winner in our trials, plants produce 10-11 peas per pod and two pods per node. Striking blue-green plants, with super curly tendrils, are self-supporting. Product Details Thinning: 6 inches Days to Maturity: 60-65 days Sowing Method: Direct Sow

Image: USDA Forest Service – Northeastern Area Archive, USDA Forest Service,

Fabaceae Pisum sativum


Gophers will eat almost anything, even the roots of fairly Well-established trees and are the curse of many western gardeners (or should I say many western gardeners curse Gophers). They are most often kept under control by trapping (especially in early spring before they breed), or with hunting cats, but they are difficult to eliminate entirely.

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