Growing Peas

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17 Jun 18 Lauren (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
We live in Coffs Harbour NSW, I planted sugar snaps in April in a veggie planter box in new organic soil from the nursery. They got started quickly and looked promising only to now dwindle without progress. They are planted next to rocket which is going very well. What am I doing wrong?
01 Jul 18 bianca (Australia - temperate climate)
your not doing anything wrong..they will pollinate and grow peas in September. they need bees and warmth. just be patient
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