Growing Peas

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19 Feb 21 Bob (Australia - temperate climate)
I live in outer Melbourne, and am trying to grow little different kind of peas, Butterfly Peas (Clitoria Tematea), without too much success. Is Melbourne's climate warm enough for Butterfly Pea to grow in open garden? Thank you for your attention and your time.
22 Feb 21 Anonymous (Australia - temperate climate)
It could be too hot at the moment. Wait until mid March and grow into the cooler Autumn and Winter.
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