Uniquely shaped and sweetly fragrant, sweet pea blossoms add soft, varied color to bouquets and trellised borders. These climbers don’t like hot weather – heat stops their flowering – so plant early (soaking seeds first) and mulch them well to keep roots cool. These classic annuals have been a fixture in American gardens for generations… ask your neighbors for local growing tips.
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Beautiful ivory blossoms striped with crimson-red, very unique. This sweet pea was first offered in the U.S. by Morse-Vaughan in ...
(L. sativus) Hundreds of beautiful electric-blue blossoms. Azureus Sweet Pea are commonly grown in China and India as a grazing ...
A very fragrant sweet pea with dark purple, almost black, blossoms. Introduced in 1898 by Henry Eckford, a pioneer in ...
A profuse bloomer with a sweet fragrance. This beautiful rose-colored sweet pea is the oldest American introduction, from 1889. It ...
Sure to be a garden favorite! Gorgeous, chocolate-speckled sweet pea blossoms are extremely fragrant. Seed is rare and not always ...
Mixture of 25 different colors with some bi-color and striped varieties. Strongly scented old varieties that were introduced before 1907. ...
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Large, heavily ruffled flowers are perfect for cutting. This fragrant Sweet Pea Mix includes selections from the entire range of ...
Discovered growing in a planting of Cupani Original in the 1730s. This was the first bi-color sweet pea available to ...