Its "Pea Plantin Time" ! Last weekend during the beautiful sunny 60 degree weather I tossed my snap peas and spinach in the ground. They should come up just fine. Some folks worry about frost, and while it may claim one or two seedlings, hearty plants which can stand cold like spincah, peas and pansies usually come through a few cold nights. Will they germinate in cold soil ? In this southern sun, no problem. Ive had success with the aforementioned plants in New England not much later than mid March as long as the snowpack was gone. To have a green thumb, to plant, to garden, to farm you need to think like a plant… strange as that may sound. Have a look here at time lapse germination of radish seeds.. note the division of natural labor, roots first, then seed leaves. Plant accordingly in regard to depth and moisture.