Sowed my winter crop of Sugar Snap peas (Burpee). Last winter they did very well, hoping for more of the same this season.
Here is a link that might be useful: DFW Gardener
So far, pretty good germination.
Lots of nice young plants, going to hate thinning them out.
Healthy looking peas. I wouldn't thin them out if they were growing at that spacing in my garden. They look ready for something to guide them into climbing onto that mesh. I uses twiggy prunings. Free and bio degradable via the compost heap at the end of theseason.
I like Flora's advice.
I thinned them out, I wanted to give each one a little more room, threw down some hay mulch also.
Already threatening to overrun my trellis.
Trellis overrun, using my tomato trellis to keep them growing up.
The harder winter wasn't kind to my peas this year.