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Post  1orangething on 5/20/2011, 8:06 am

I planted my sno-peas in front of the heirloom tomatoes. Was that a bad choice for that square? They are not doing much.

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Post  pelujilla on 5/21/2011, 10:17 am

@1orangething wrote:I planted my sno-peas in front of the heirloom tomatoes. Was that a bad choice for that square? They are not doing much.

I just learned this from the board...sno peas are cool weather crops so for us in Fl this is not the time Rolling Eyes . I am keeping the two little sprouts to see what happens to them but of 5 seeds planted only 2 came up. If I understood the lesson well, we can grow green beans now...I have been battling a migraine so trying not to go out in the sun but I do want to run out and get some green bean seeds.

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Post  pelujilla on 5/22/2011, 5:40 pm

got me some green beans!

I bought Italian choice (stringless, pole) and Mellow Yellow (bushy). I am having too much fun with this gardening thing.

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Post  Furbalsmom on 5/22/2011, 5:49 pm

Glad you got beans as they should do well for you in the warmer weather.

Hope I can get my beans planted soon, still waiting for the soil to warm up a bit more. Finally hit 58 degrees in the community garden. Up from last week when it was 53.

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Post  Squat_Johnson on 5/23/2011, 10:09 am

My snow peas are about done in my zone, we are getting highs in the 80s now. I would think in FL that you could grow these in the winter. I planted mine in late Feb.

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Post  shannon1 on 5/24/2011, 2:14 am

I think your beans will do great just planted some myself last week. A great resource for info on what and when to plant, in Spring Hills can be found at

Hernando County
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Brooksville, Florida 34601
(352) 754-4433

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