Have you planted your peas yet? I planted my first round of peas in early February in gutters and then placed them in the greenhouse. Yes, it was a wee bit early to be planting peas and we did get a hard frost the day after I planted them, but luckily, they are starting to pop up through the soil.
Round two of my sugar snap peas were planted last week in one of my garden boxes… and round three? Well I’ll be planting those this weekend. If you have never grown peas before, give it a try this year because they are hands down a million times better than anything you’ll ever try from the frozen food section. Fresh peas = Love.
Holy cow, we are practically swimming in mesclun lettuce these days.
Think how much money brides could save if they walked down the aisle with bouquets of gourmet lettuce greens instead of roses. True, walking down the aisle with a head of iceberg lettuce would be a little weird, but if they chose the right variety of lettuce, it might just work.
Arugula Rocket Lettuce for instance has a beautiful leafy pattern to it, but if the bridal party were to get a little hungry and decided to nibble on their bouquets, they’d be in store of a huge surprise.
Have you tried it before? Wowza! It.Is.Spicy. Almost so spicy on it’s own it makes you gag.
Happy planting everyone, I’m off to start some more seeds,
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