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Indoor snow peas??

Posted by RavenGarden Montana (4) (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 20, 11 at 4:09

Is there a reason I couldn't grow snow peas indoors, if I had some support mechanisms? I started some indoors last year, and they were going absolutely crazy in the window before I had a chance to put them in the ground outside. They were super hardy last year, going strong even into early November (which is crazy for Montana), so I wonder if they'd do okay indoors.

If so, how deep should the container be I keep them in?

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RE: Indoor snow peas??

12 inches should probably be good

RE: Indoor snow peas??

Thanks! I was at the local nursery today and they suggested as much. It'll be fun to get set up for container gardening this year. I think I can get a summer container crop before bringing things inside to start anew.

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