tomatoes and snow peas
I plan to create a new garden along the fence that separates our yard from our neighbor's. I thought if I sowed the peas in the ground when the snow melts they would have time to grow and set fruit before the tomatoes which I'll plant in front. I figure when the heat gets bad in late summer the peas will be shaded and cooled by the tall tomatoes and I'll have peas all summer. I know peas need lots of N and the tomatoes need the P&K, I use lots of bunny poo, and I'll have goat bedding to for mulch and more fertilizer. Will this work? I want to convert all my flower beds to veggie gardens at least where the areas get full sun.