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Gardening with Cyan Pt. 5


Everyone knows that snap peas are a great mixture between sweet (for a green veggie) and crunchy. The most common plant I’ve heard from my friends and family that are planted in their garden is the snap pea. They don’t take long to grow and is a wonderful source of nutrients, yummy yummy!! It’s super easy to grow your snap peas and once you do, you’re in for a real treat. However, these plants need room to grow with their roots so I’ll be teaching you how to put them in a larger space safely and efficiently!! 


• (almost) fully frown snap pea plant 

• 1 pot significantly larger than the original 

• A water source 

• Metal garden trellis  • A large bag of soil 

Directions  1. After you’ve grown your snap peas in your backyard, desk, etc. grab a larger pot to place them in

2. Take some soil and pour a thin layer into the larger pot

3. Shake the pot to even out the soil

4. Grab your already grown snap peas and flip the small pot upside down to get all the contents out

5. Place the plant into the middle of the large pot 

6. Cover the rest of the empty space with more soil, making sure the surface is even around the entire plant. 

7. Grab your metal climber and place it on the back of the pot

8. Take a plastic twist tie and wrap it around the stems and metal climber

9. Water the pot until the soil is moist 

10. Enjoy your happy snap peas! 

Hi everyone! The writer of this blog is Cyan Fuehr. She is currently a freshman at CWU who’s planning on majoring in Business administration/marketing and minoring in nutrition + entrepreneurship. Cyan has a huge passion for music, nature, volleyball, working out, and dogs. We hope you have a wonderful day! :)


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