A profuse bloomer with a sweet fragrance. This beautiful rose-colored sweet pea is the oldest American introduction, from 1889. It was originally introduced by D. M. Ferry and Company and named after their daughter. (Annual, 72-84″ tall)
Soak seeds 24 hours prior to planting. In early spring, sow into rich, moist soil. Plants thrive in cool weather and can tolerate some low temperatures. In most climates, hot summer weather will put a stop to the blooming season.
WARNING: Sweet Pea seeds, pods and plants are poisonous.