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When do I plant snow peas in Kentucky?

They will be in a raised bed.
asked Sep 9, 2013 by anonymous






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Yes, but difficult.  Plantb them inside first.  When the stalks are 4 to 4 1/2" high, then remove the to the outdoors, this will at least give them a fighting chance to grow.
answered Jan 28 by Birdymckee (23,440 points)

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