Good enough to eat
Sowing peas You can make a head start now if your soil is cold and wet by sowing early peas in some guttering in the greenhouse.
Just buy a strip of standard house rain guttering, cut it into manageable lengths and place it on your greenhouse staging.
Half fill the guttering with potting compost. Sow peas about 3-5cm apart, covering them with more compost, water with a watering can fitted with a rose and place on the greenhouse staging.
One the seedlings have grown to around 10cm, they will be ready to plant outside in a sunny spot in soil with plenty of added organic matter.
Use a spare piece of guttering to dig a trench the same shape and depth and then slide the seedlings, compost and all, out of their guttering and into the space created.
You may then need to firm the ground around them and water them in.
Protect them from pigeons by covering them with netting supported by stakes.