The Q&A Archives: Planting Sugar Snap Peas in Fall

Question: I want to plant a winter crop of sugar snap peas in southern Mississippi. When should I plant them?

Answer: You can try for a fall crop by planting no later than mid-September. Plant another crop in late winter, after the coldest of your weather has passed. Enjoy!

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