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Snow/Snap peas?

Posted by micronthecat 7, North Carolina (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 27, 08 at 19:20

Hey y'all,

I live near Greensboro, NC and currently have blue lakes in my raised bed, but they're slowing down and I want to know if sugar snaps or snow peas are good for cold weather? if not, what is?


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RE: Snow/Snap peas?

For a winter garden, you should probably content yourself with brassicas. Collards, turnips, mustards,kale, radishes etc. Maybe some Chenopods like spinach. I can sow peas in December for early spring harvest, dont know if you can do it Greensboro. Wilmington or Charlotte it will work. They will stand cold until the ground freezes.

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