How to grow peas at home

They add to “push twiggy sticks pruned from shrubs or trees in the soil”, as this acts as a support for the plant.

After cautiously removing the plants from their root trainers or pots, they can be planted with the compost they grew in between four and six inches apart, keeping the same distance between each row.

The plants can then be carefully twined around the sticks to help them grow and make sure to water the plants regularly to keep the soil moist.

For peas being sowed outdoors, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) advise to never sow peas into cold and wet soil, so consider using polythene or cloches to warm the soil prior to sowing.

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