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Monday, November 1, 2010

Last Harvest?

Snow peas enough for dinner on Sunday night in a stir fry.

The frost never happened so there were some more peppers: three kinds.

See other harvest at Daphnes Dandelions

8 comments:

Robin said...

Your snow peas look yummy. My vines are 5' tall and have yet to produce any peas. I pulled my pepper plants anticipating 3 nights of frost...which never happened.

Emily said...

I wish I had peas. I think I got mine in the ground too late.

Barbie~ said...

My snow peas are just flowering and now seeing yours, I'm SO excited for them. :-) Lovely peppers, too!

michelle said...

Oh, I'm envious of those lovely snow peas, I didn't get around to planting any this fall.

TYRA Hallsénius Lindhe said...

Peas, love and understanding.


Lovely harvest my friend/ Tyra

thyme2garden said...

Your snow peas look lovely and delicious! After the cutworm attack, I only have three vines of sugar snap peas left in the garden, and they do not produce enough pea pods all at once for me to make a stir fry.

Daphne Gould said...

I was out picking peppers yesterday. I'm wondering how long those plants can survive. This year has been such a strange one. Last year I was saying the same thing but for the opposite reasons.

Stephanie from GardenTherapy.ca said...

your peppers look wonderful - are they hot?