here we plant peas in March as soon as the snow leaves the soil. They do not seem to like the heat much. By the way thank-you for your comment on my post. Now to post a bunch of Niagara Falls Garden pics from to-day
first time ever growing pea's so I will see how they go. I hope they are not to early but time will tell. Really loved your blogging about the tulips, what a lovely flower for a great person and you bred it yourself!!!
Yes that was first time luck and lucky at that. It blew me away. I am so proud of it With so many people in the field of hybrid tulips I am sure that this must have been done before, But what the heck. I am so pleased that I even tried.My herb Garden is starting to take off slow but sure. I am so glad I came upon your Blog as it has inspired me to do something very different than my norm. Tuesday I planted corn where I usually plant Wax Wing Begonia This will be fun to see. Better I planted Tomatoes as well. My garden is going to be much more a eating garden this year than a viewing Garden.
Well luck or not. that is a very impressive flower with a great reason for creation. I am firm believe in that if you dont try you never know. glad the herb garden is coming together for you. I have never tried corn either. One day though, cant wait to hear how it goes, I definitely think corn is more appealing that begonia's too. Every one grows begonia's. I also think is an eating garden is a viewing garden. People still ask what different plants are.
I am going to try a very off the wall thing for me and try Eggplant this year as well. I love it. I seen that the garden centre is selling the plants so I am going to buy a few a see how it goes
Good luck with the egg plant. I have never tried aubergine (egg plant) , I dont think I have even eaten one, so if I did try to grow it, I would buy one from the supermarket first. Do you have a greeenhouse Reg? as I think over hear thats where they have to be put like toms