Grow Peas Indoors For An Early Start


Grow Peas And Get The Best Harvest In 2018

Learn how to grow peas to get an early start. This is where I show you how to sow peas indoors. With weather being very cold and wet this year, gardeners have to look at ways to keep ahead of the game. When it comes to peas, there are ways in which to start your growing indoors to prevent you from falling too far behind.

A perfect way to support climbing veg like peas is to build a strong frame. This frame is then netted with netting or wire mesh. It is important to get the peas to a suitable size to be put outside. This is OK later in the year when temperatures warm-up, as we can direct sow. In the late winter and early spring, direct-sown seeds would rot, sow one way to get a head start is to sow seed indoors.

Supporting peas is very important to prevent damaging the crop.
A perfect way to support climbing veg like peas.

How to grow peas? This is where I show you how to sow peas indoors to get an early start. With weather being very cold and wet this year, gardeners have to look at ways to keep ahead of the game. When it comes to peas, there are ways in which to start your growing indoors to prevent you from falling too far behind.

A perfect way to support climbing veg like peas is to build a strong frame. Peas should be a suitable size before being placed outside. This is OK later in the year when temperatures warm-up, as we can direct sow. In the late winter and early spring, direct-sown seeds would rot, sow one way to get a head start is to sow seed indoors.

There are many ways in which to sow peas indoors. You could sow them in pots, old used toilet rolls, seed trays and root trainers. My most favourite way to sow them indoors to get an early start is to sow them in old rain guttering.

Quickest and easiest way to sow peas, to transplant later to the garden

Sowing peas in rainwater guttering is real fast, both to sow the peas and when transplanting outside. Once they have started to grow to reduce the chance of root disruption. Therefore, transplanting plants gives them the best start.

Water and feed your peas weekly and wait for them to flower and start to set their little pods. You can tell when they are ready to pick as the pod will feel full to the touch. You may also be able to see the peas bulging through the pods. I have created a video showing you how to sow peas indoors for an early start. You can view this below. 

Supporting peas is very important to prevent damaging the crop.
A perfect way to support climbing veg like peas.
Supporting peas can be very simple and effective

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