Picked a few seeds off what is almost certainly an Austrian Winter Field Pea the other day. It grew for months in the winter surrounded by pasture grasses and a knapweed plant and has set seeds now in July. Planted by a vole from plants that grew last year in my garden. A very common but extraordinary variety used heavily in cover crops. I highly recommend it. Seems to be a reliably volunteering pea in my garden and perhaps outside of my garden.
Western Montana gardener and botanist in zone 6a according to 2012 zone update.
Gardening on lakebed sediments with 7 inch silty clay loam topsoil, 7 inch clay accumulation layer underneath, have added sand in places.
About done here too, ripped out tomatoes since they have blossom end rot and a good bit of blight. Just got a lot of rain the past week or so. Couldn't really go outside to do anything. Weeds are everywhere now... Might leave some habrochaites to finish ripening, pimpinellifolium is recovering from blight so I will allow some fruit to ripen.