I've made Autumn sowings of peas for the first time this year.
I planted the seeds in small pots in the (unheated) greenhouse like I'd normally do for spring sowings. It was a bit speculative as I wasn't sure anything would show up.
However every pot now has a small but strong looking pea poking out. They're 2-3cm high.
It this was spring I'd let them grow on a bit longer and then get them transplanted outside.
But what about these Autumn sown shoots? Do I leave them where they are (presumably they'll shortly stop growing as winter sets in so won't outgrow their 8cm pots till spring? Or transplant outside shortly and cover with fleece/plastic? Or something else?
Location is UK south coast and we're just getting our first frosts about now.