Growing Peas

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15 Jun 23 John (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
I’m in a frost prone area. Can I sow peas in July in green house and transplant out in August. Are the flowers damaged by frost
16 Jun 23 (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Peas can indeed be cultivated in a greenhouse and then transplanted. While pea plants themselves can endure frost, their delicate flowers are susceptible to frost damage, hindering the production of a harvest until the frosty conditions have passed
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