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David's Garden Seeds And Products Newsletter
September 02, 2019
|Plant Pea Seeds
Happy Labor DayHappy Labor Day from down on the farm. We have made the move and are living in a shed behind our beautiful new home as the manufactured home company failed to come through for us in time.
Plant Peas In Your Fall Garden
It is time to plant peas in your fall garden if you live in a warm climate. Above is our Pinkeye Purple Hull Coronet Southern Pea. Such a pretty purple color. Southern Peas are also known as Cowpeas. We have a good selection of them. They grow great in the fall and you will enjoy eating them.
Below is our Avalanche Snow Pea. Snow peas are another wonderful type of pea that you will love to grow and eat.
All of our varieties of peas do well in the fall. They take anywhere from 42 days up to 70 days until they are ready for harvest. Here in Texas, you can plant them at the end of August through September and they will be ready to harvest in the middle of September through the first two weeks of November.
The secret to planting peas is to plant some now so when it finally cools off a bit, the peas will appear as they love the cooler weather. Cooler temperatures make for a sweeter tasting pea so you won't get a bitter flavor. I love fresh peas, don't you?
Royal Snow Peas are purple!
David's Garden Seeds® has a wonderful variety of Pea Seeds and Southern Pea Seeds for you to choose from. Just go to www.davidsgardenseeds.com, click SHOP and then click Vegetable Seeds. All of the veggie seeds we offer are in alphabetical order.
FREE Shipping On $10 Or More!
We are offering FREE Shipping when you spend $10 or more on seeds. But Hurry! This is a blowout special that won't last long. Here is our Buy Vegetable Seeds Home Page. We have a lot of wonderful selections of heirloom, organic, and open pollinated seeds as well as some great hybrid seeds. All of our seeds are Non-GMO so you can feel safe when you order from us.
If you don't follow us on Social Media, please check us out on Instagram here. We are on Facebook here, and on Twitter right here. I almost forgot our Pinterest page. You can find behind the scenes photos and news on the different platforms, including some of our new seeds and when we run sales on Amazon. Yes, you will see our pets, our own garden, and nature shots; also the occasional selfie--I just cannot help herself!
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Our Small FarmIf you are close by, come visit us at our physical location, 7717 Tezel Road in San Antonio! We are open Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. We are closed today.
If you would like to keep up with our crazy new farm adventure, check out my wife's new website, mrsdavidsgardenseeds.com . Juanita has been keeping track of everything and posting each day. Today marks the sixth week since we bought this farm. I had the field plowed on Saturday and today we are putting raised beds together for fall planting. Remember, it is never too early to plan your Fall Garden if you live in the Southern United States, especially in very warm places like Texas where you get two growing seasons.
David of David's Garden Seeds®
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