Our peas started out quite slowly this year, and for awhile it didn't look like they were going to do much. In late April they finally started to climb the trellis, but looked quite skinny.
The heat and moisture combo of June this year, though, really inspired them to grow, so by late June we were in full-on pea-harvest bliss.
Sugar-snap peas are a cherished treat in our home- we love to make stir fries, risottos, or just eat them straight out of the garden. My loyal garden buddy has picked up this habit too, it seems.
For a little while I thought about busting her for this, but it completely charms me, maybe because she finds so much joy in eating them.