Gardening to 'grow your own food' from square foot to half an acre !!
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Do these still need to be staked? I had normal ones last year that grew about a metre tall?
Don't dream it, BE it....
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Did you find your answer yet, Lizzie? They will need some form of support.
I grow mine 2 - 3 inches apart and they support each other! I thought that's how you grow them! It works!
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I don't grow sugar snaps but imagine they are pretty much like 'ordinary' peas and if you push pea sticks ( made out of collected bits from the wood when your out doggie walking - never mind the funny looks just hold your head up and keep going - and ignore the dog trying to 'help' you) into the ground thats usually support enough
It will be alright in the end , if its not alright, it isn't the end .
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