Wednesday Garden – Peas and Corn

Time for more garden pictures from the driveway:

Squash and cucumber seedlings


The second bed now has it’s crop ready to go.

Peas almost ready to harvest.

The pea crop is doing well and we should have fresh peas soon.

After the peas we’ll have corn.

The corn is doing well and I’m looking forward to some fresh corn.

More gardening next week.

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I worked in the high tech world doing software release engineering and am now retired. Then I got prostate cancer. Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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28 Responses to Wednesday Garden – Peas and Corn

  1. Leif Price says:

    You’re really good at gardening! What’s your secret? lol

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  2. Ann Theiss says:

    Am planting a garden now, needed spacing ideas…

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  3. You guys are so awesome at the gardening. Great soil?? What’s your secret? Lots of love and attention? Will the peas work for split pea soup?

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  4. Wow, my peas just poked their noses up through the soil! It’s going to be a while before we’re eating fresh peas.


  5. coastalmom says:

    I am so impressed with your green thumb!!!! When I asked my granddaughter who was turning 7, what she wanted for her birthday she said…”Can you buy me a plant grandma?” Ahhh…. so how could I do anything less than make her a garden? LOL. But I am wondering if she is watering it , etc… I need to show her your garden to inspired her!

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  6. Christi says:

    Well, you do get an early start there! My peas are juuuust beginning to come up, it’ll be quite awhile before I’m harvesting.

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  7. Baydreamer says:

    Fresh corn sounds good. Our soil doesn’t do well with veggies, but our garden looks good. Enjoy! πŸ™‚

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  8. jfwknifton says:

    How those peas brought back my days helping my Dad when I was about seven or eight. I used to love squeezing open that pod and then using my thumb to get all the peas out and into the bucket.

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  9. A. Swanson says:

    Our peas are just poking out of the soil…here’s to hoping they grow as robustly as yours.☺

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  10. pommepal says:

    Fresh picked peas reminds me of my, long ago, childhood in UK, Sunday lunch in summer, roast lamb new potatoes slathered with butter, peas, gravy and mint sauce all grown in my fathers garden (not the lamb!!!). Often followed by apple crumble. Accompanied by the slow drawling voice of the cricket commentator on the radio. Life was so much slower back then

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  11. PiedType says:

    If you’re trying to make me feel lazy, you’re doing a great job!

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  12. Well aren’t you industrious.

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