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My Winter Garden - Part Five


A lone Snow Pea (Pisum sativum - variety 'Melting Mammoth') reaches for the clear Sydney winter sky.

snow peas reach for the sky:

Apparently this variety originates from the Near East. One of the earliest of European vegetables, it was used originally as a dried pea, then by the Romans as green peas.