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carolecuttingitfine

Mother of 4 and enthusiastic novice gardener trying to tame an inherited wilderness in rural Devon - all advice/help gratefully received😀

Pisum sativum

  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2017
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carolecuttingitfine

My second and third pods of #peas the first lot didn't make it indoors 😋 #gyo

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jaynehynesburton

@rachelbrooks These haven t got a grin like yours 😂😂

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rachelbrooks

No they're angelic peas Jayne! 😇😂 @jaynehynesburton

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rachelbrooks

They look tasty Carole 👍🏼💚 so you get loads of pods all at once? And can you keep the peas once you've picked the pods? 🤔

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jaynehynesburton

They do look fab Carol

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jacq1075

Perfect Peas 😁

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carolecuttingitfine

No they are very sporadic @rachelbrooks but I only planted a few of these ones as they were a saved pod that was left on a plant to dry out... might have been #notmygarden 🤔

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carolecuttingitfine

Thank you lovelies @jacq1075 and @jaynehynesburton 😊

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rachelbrooks

Oh! 🙊 naughty! 😬😂 do they keep in the fridge or should I just freeze them? I'm thinking if I only get a few at a time I'll want to save them up till we get a decent portion out of them!

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carolecuttingitfine

Yes I drop them straight in a freezer bag fresh from the pod with no blanching and they are for special occasions only 😂😂😂 in a risotto or with a piece of salmon #precious 😂 @rachelbrooks

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rachelbrooks

👍🏼😆 thanks Carole. I think I will probably do the same 😬

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  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2017
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carolecuttingitfine

The only peas that have germinated are the ones I "acquired" from a National Trust visit last autumn! And they are nearly 5 ft tall and in flower! #edible

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