Time For A Pea?


Wednesday 07 May, 2014 by Uncle Spike

A while back I reported on our little friends of the Red Spider variety, and the havoc they decided to reek upon a greenhouse of pea plants. Well, they did their bit, but not all was lost…

The time has come to strip out plants and prepare for the summer season.






Amazingly, there were the odd few pods that hadn’t fully dried up.



And we did end up with a couple of bags of peas to freeze down…
plus one decent sized stir-fry 🙂



5 thoughts on “Time For A Pea?

  1. […] Garden peas. I froze quite a few bags down last year, but drying also works well, and a handful can easily be thrown straight into a casserole, so couldn’t be much easier really. […]


  2. […] wanting to leave the greenhouse unproductive for long, soon after the departure of the peas, it was time to prepare for the summer crops. So of course that meant more compost (made over the […]


  3. AnnetteM says:

    Glad you were able to salvage some of your peas.


  4. joannesisco says:

    Mmmmm – peas – fresh in a salad ….


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