Bunnings has this 'pea package' directed at children which emphasises how simple it is to grow peas. If it is mere child's play, how come it is so hard?
I have two varieties planted: Snow Peas, and Honeypods. And I seem to be struggling with both. Admittedly, the Honeypods were a case of mistaken identity, as I really wanted Sugar Snaps. Both varieties are trellised up, but with wooden lattice rather than chicken mesh, which I might have to cover the lattice with as the tendrils on the peas are not particularly macho. I water them daily, and have used Dynamic Lifter AND Charlie Carp. I will read up about an enriched nitrogen fertiliser, too.
They require full sun, but the full sun seems to wilt them and brown them. I will persevere, and come the long weeknd, see if I can find some Sugarsnap seedlings to fuss about as well.