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Our new favorite way to grow peas! This Pea Tunnel makes the most of tight garden spaces and fits nicely in a 3' to 4' raised bed. Plant a row of peas on each side and they’ll climb up and over. In the meantime, plant spinach and salad greens underneath — you’ll be done harvesting the greens by the time the peas are ready. Set up several end to end to create a long, arched tunnel to support two rows of sugar snap peas, snow peas or shell peas. Simply reach into the tunnel for easy harvesting. Simple to assemble, easy to take apart for flat, off-season storage.
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a summer of fun for 3y/o grandson to play in
from Huntington NY
Comments about : Pea Tunnel:
easy to set up and sturdy enough for a 3y/o to run through
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Seacoast NH
Use for sugar snap peas which grow very, very tall. Have 2 tunnels which I have end to end in my 4 x 8 foot raised beds. They are narrow enough at the bottom that they would fit into a 3' wide bed but with less space to plant seeds. My husband and I used PVC pipimg to raise the tunnels so the peak is a good 6' off the ground. Peas still grow higher than that! I also do tie some of my peas up, especially on the side that gets most of the sun since plants tend to grow in that direction and away from the netting.
Great addition to a populated herb garden
from Bloomingdale, IL
Half my raised 4x8' raised bed had had chives, mint and cilantro in early spring, too early to plant my peas. I put the tunnel right over them and planted a row each of peas on one side and sugar snap and snow peas along each half of the other side and all the plants are thriving - great investment - and it looks nice in my garden, too!
from Cedar Rapids, Iowa
I've had my pea tunnel for about a month and my peas are now climbing up about 18 inches on both sides. Spinach is growing underneath and it all is looking pretty great in my raised bed. This is the best way to grow peas and I ought to know as I've had gardens for over 60 years! I know they grow up any old trellis, but this tunnel is an attractive way to do it,
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Very Sturdy Pea Tunnel
By Woodlake Gardner
from Atlanta, GA
Used as a pea trellis.
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
from Big Timber, MT
It is my own fault that I didn't pay attention to the dimensions of the trellis. It is very small and looks silly in my large garden space. It went together easily and looks like it can be stored and used year after year, so I will have some pleasure from it, but feel it's not much for the amount of $$ spent.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Peas still blew down
By Happy Valley Gardening
from Western Pennsylvania
The tunnel fit in my 4x4 raised bed, the sugar snap peas grew up the netting and over the top by at least a foot, and lettuce and arugula did well underneath. Unfortunately a few days before harvest the top-heavy vines blew off the tunnel in a thunder storm. I would recommend tying them on as they grow, especially near the top as the vines do get higher than the tunnel.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
great tunnel for peas
from noblesville, in
using for snow peas and works very well
Excited about this
from very northern WI
I am doing a garden for my grandkids who showed much interest last year. I put a soft mulch through the middle so they can walk through the tunnel and be in the garden. As another reviewer stated - wish it was bigger so adults could walk under. I will likely add another tunnel next summer. I love this!
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
I was surprised at how easy it was to set this up. It looks like it will last for many years of use. My peas are already up, and there's plenty of room for lettuce and arugula on the inside of the tunnel. What a great way to save space in a small garden!
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