This is Pea ‘Half Pint’, a gorgeous dainty pea that thrives in containers. Peas are naturally deep-rooted plants that require soil or compost with a depth of 20cm (7inches) but ‘Half Pint’ is easy-to-grow pea that will still do well in smaller containers, provided you use a good quality growing medium (I grew these peas using Dalefoot Wool Compost for Vegetables & Salads) and water whenever necessary.

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