Although I doubt very much there will be a harvest, the fall crop of peas has been fun to watch.
The other day drops of water stayed on the leaves forming beads that reflected the tree branches above.
We have yet to have a frost.
The nights have gotten down to the high 30’s and tomorrow the high will be in the low 70’s.
The weather was warm and calm; just perfect to de-tangle the pea plants so they may reattach to the shelves of the baker’s rack.
The growing season continues deeper into the fall on the Cape than most parts of New England.
It has been a stressful season for these plants. But even battered and bruised they are productive and will be for awhile.