Well I just got some of those WANDO from Baker Creek and the ones that made it about 4 inches were trampled when the rats picked out the rest for dinner, I have planted again with row cover so I hope I don't run into any problems - the description sold me. Said it did great in the south - somewhat heat resistant - Maybe it is still too cold there and they are stunted till it warms up. I did have the same problem with Maestro earlier this year they just lingered at the same size FOREVER, in fact I bought some Caselode Peas from Johnnys and they were unbelieveable, they grew so fast and were so healthy and I planted them after the Maetro and they out grew them in no time and produced, those Maestro just started about a month ago growing again and finally got peas - I can only think there was something in the enviroment when I planted them (temp, sun, water) that they did not like. I won't buy them again. I also had birds raid them and eat everything I waited about 3.5 months to grow. So they are bad news for me. I live in Florida and we did have some cold weather, but mostly mild. I can't figure what would have made them go so slow. So maybe you have to wait for it to be alittle warmer for these.
I love this! - There can be no other occupation like gardening in which, if you were to creep up behind someone at their work, you would find them smiling.