Thursday, May 29, 2008

Oh Snap!

If you want an instant gratification garden, plant sugar snap peas.


My sugar snap plants have taken off. These first two pictures were taken about a month ago, on April 27. 


Here they are today. I filled this container with several snap pea plants, and planted nasturtium seeds around the border. I thought it might get a little too crowded, but everything seems to be thriving so far. Fast and easy, sugar.  


Sugar snaps grow best in cool weather, so I don't think they will survive the summer heat. They can also be planted in late summer for a fall crop. 

1 comment:

cllddngcrrnts said...

Whoa! Those sugar snaps are zoomers. I think they will be able to handle the heat as long as they are well watered and can be move to some partial shade. Can't wait to try them out.