I was planting peas in along the fence in my yard not too long ago. The work required a shovel, some string, two wooden stakes and little bit of time. Some of the job had already been done several weeks ago when I was creating a sort of Outdoor Play Area for the now deceased turtle tribe otherwise known as Zippy and Tina. They apparently failed to find satisfaction in their Outdoor Play Area.
Nevertheless, the OPA made a very adequate start for the introduction of a row of snow peas. I dug into the soil, pulled out a few rocks, pounded the stakes, strung the string, planted the plants.
I'm happy to report the peas are doing fine, much better than the turtles did in that spot. Do peas mind heat? These are getting plenty of it and today I noticed that they seem a little toasted around the edges. I'm hoping water and a cool night will help.
Also, while I was digging in the dirt I found a genie's lamp. It caught me by surprise. I didn't know that there were genies in these parts. I didn't think the sultan had made it this far west. I'm trying to decide if I should rub the lamp or just leave it be. If I do, and if there's a genie inside, I'm going to ask for a TV that only plays World Cup soccer games and nothing else.