I grow peapods mostly over autumn and winter, but they never make it inside as I eat them while I'm wandering round the veggie garden. I love them, always have. When I was a wee girl my dad used to plant a whole row of them in the garden, pretty much especially for me. I would start at the top of the row and make my way to the end eating peapods all the way and throwing the empty pods into the potatoes, the neighbouring field, the hedge, pretty much wherever they landed, really! And it wasn't a short row either, it was about 15m long, a 15m row of lovely sweet peapods waiting to be eaten by me! I think my mum probably thought I might get a sore tummy, but I never did.
I've just recently been told about a heritage pea called Alderman. It grows really really tall and has lovely peas so I'm getting myself some of those! I love the old heritage seeds.