I planted Lincoln Garden Pea seeds on September 8th. They looked decent at first, but then really started to struggle. I realized they were being attacked by cabbage loopers... ugh. A quick Bt spray later, they are bouncing back.
After 4 days out of town, I came home to find my first blossoms!
I am determined that the first solid food to pass into our new Baby Bluebird's mouth will be home-grown, heirloom, non-GMO, organic peas. Cannot wait!
Lincoln Garden Pea
An old-time pea introduced in 1908. High-yielding and tasty, this pea
does better than many in warmer weather. The tightly-filled pods are easy
to shell, and compact vines are a good choice for small gardens.