The Rusted Garden Blog — Container Vegetables
Planting Spring Peas in Containers: Get Them Out Early!
Publié par Gary Pilarchik le
by Gary Pilarchik (The Rusted Garden) Peas love the cold and can handle the morning frost. What they don't like is prolonged wet, cold, soggy, soil. It often leads to their death. A bit less dramatically said... they mold, rot and of course don't germinate. I am in Maryland Zone 7 and you can give peas a try, starting in mid February if you want to push them early into the ground. But... container plantings can help you start peas and other vegetables a few weeks early with more success. Why? Containers drain better and warm faster than spring earth...
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