As you can see by the photo, the sugar snap peas are taller than my 6'2" husband. We are eating sweet pods of peas and when the pods fill out I shell them and freeze them for winter. We grow this variety every year and are never disappointed.
Another project growing in the garden is non-GMO wheat. This variety is Maris Widgeon, an old heirloom from England. It grows to about 4 feet tall and the heads are a good 4 inches in length. We planted this last fall and will harvest it in July. I want to grow wheat for sprouting and grinding for bread. This spring we planted Kamut (an ancient wheat) and Sonoran white. These are all on trial and we will pick the one that does best here in SE Ohio. WE will also consider how easy they are to winnow, whether they lodge and how they taste.