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Black-Eyed Peas

I live in Central Florida and I planted about a ten foot row of black-eyed peas early Sept. 2011.  I got about 5 messes off them before we had two freezes in Dec./Jan.  Well, I haven't had time to start working in the garden, and I went out about 2 wks. ago, and all the plants were putting on new growth and last week they were blooming, this week I'm getting peas again.  Has anyone ever experienced this before?  Even the old stems that produced peas last year are budding again.  I'm a newbie gardener of 2 years, so I don't know if this is common or not.  I'm curious to see what happens.

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Re: Black-Eyed Peas

Your plants must have been well established and there was not a killing frost. 

 

 

 

2012-02-16T09:17:22.000Z

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