John Polk wrote:
A great crop for succession planting is Snow Peas. They are about 60 days from seed to table, and do well in summer heat when most peas wilt. I stagger plantings every 3-4 weeks for continuous harvest, but here is the kicker: About 3 weeks before your first expected frost, plant a row of them. They will grow to about half size before the frost shuts them down. The plant will go dormant through the winter, then as soon as the soil warms in spring, growth will resume as if nothing had happened. That is when to start your first spring row. You will be eating fresh snow peas a full month before your spring planting is ready. (I guess that is why the Chinese named them "Snow" peas.)
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