By firstname.lastname@example.org (Robin Sweetser) “Plant peas as soon as the ground can be worked” is a popular saying in the gardening world. Unfortunately, in my garden, that means mid- to late-March!
When to plant peas? Wherever you live, as soon as you can stick your finger into that rich, dark brown, crumbly soil, you are generally ready to plant.
The garden’s temperature is also important. Two inches down it was 52 degrees. (I love my soil thermometer!)
Peas are the first crop that I plant from seed outside and they will germinate… more