I forgot to plant the peas in the early spring, and planted them at the beginning of June, but not all of them.
The ones I planted in June are starting to flower, and, based on your statement, I think I put the remaining peas in the planting bed, which we will replant next year. We have two roses that are too damp (especially this year), so they are great for providing support for pea vines.
I won’t be eating those peas, so I’m not worried about any contamination. Let’s see what comes.
My Roma (which I didn’t want, but the gardening center didn’t have much left) finally hasa few fruits on it, plus a few flowers. The Strongboy yellow tomato is a lot more promising, and we might have something to eat next week. And it has a lot of blooms.
We’re thinking about moving the tomato plants before tonight’s weather, as the chance of hail seems to be high.