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In My Garden: Planting Sweet Peas

October 19, 2016

Sweet peas grow up a trellis in my winter garden every year. The fragrance is heavenly and I have bouquets in the house and to give away.

The saved seed, scarified and soaked should emerge any day. Pea brush will support the seedlings and direct them to the trellis.

Read my post on pea brush and Robert Frost’s poem “Pea Brush” here.

In My Garden: Planting Calendulas

In My Garden: Planting Celery