How to Grow Peas in a Square Foot Garden, Planting, Pests, Disease, Harvest, Cook, MORE!

Finally, after a long cold winter, the soil is warming up and it’s time to plant my peas. I always plant these a little earlier than recommended but they seem to do fine! I’ll share with you how I plant these in my SFG, care for them, protect them from diseases and animals, plus my favorite way to cook them up! YUM!

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