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designchallenged

Here in Zone 6 it was always said that you should plant your peas on St. Patrick's Day (Mar 17). Our last frost date is usually between 10-15 May (although one year we had frost on May 18).

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magada

Lightly steamed young snow peas with just a little butter and salt - drooly !

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imissliberty

It's supposed to be a high of 75 degrees tomorrow, already.


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