Sweet pea plant
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Annual. We haven’t yet found a sweet pea with a more delicious scent. Even a single stem fills the air with a sweet, fresh fragrance. Developed for beauty and scent, the soft cream-colored flowers have a delicate lavender edge that is further enhanced by the ruffled petals. The tall vines produce several long stems of large sweet pea flowers that are ideal for cutting. Annual Full Sun Blooms Spring/Summer 5-6' Vines Ships from Ohio
Victoria Wolf saved to Outside Garden
Learn how to grow sweet peas (Lathyrus odoratus) using these proven tips. These flowers need rich soil and consistent water and do not tolerate high heat. Perennial sweet peas are invasive in many areas so check that your seeds are annuals.
Katrina R saved to flowers I love
Beginners Guide to growing Easy Scented flowers for your garden from seeds l. Step by Step photos and Tips to help you create a beautiful scented display with Sweet Peas. Perfect Container Gardening
Kat Dennison-Cramer saved to Gardening
How to plant and grow fragrant sweet peas.
Roxanne Jacobs saved to PLANTS
Whether you prefer the snap pea, snow pea, shelling pea or sweet peas, start growing peas by planting pea seed in a container. Care for your pea plant and enjoy sweet peas, snap peas, or shelling peas grown right at home. #grow #peas #container
Emerging Green saved to eco friendly products
Sweet Pea 'Oban Bay'Lathyrus odoratus Bred by Chisholm & Bolton. ‘Oban Bay’ is a soft, silvery blue with large fragrant blooms and long stems making it an excellent cutting variety. Every cutting garden deserves a row of fragrant, nostalgic sweet peas. A fistful of these demure little blooms are how Floret was born and they continue to spellbind me each season. *Please note: Unlike garden peas, sweet pea seeds are poisonous if ingested. Use caution around children and pets.* Details:Plant…
Belinda saved to Leguminosae
Favorite and new sweet pea varieties, grouped by color from white to maroon, with photos and descriptions of each variety.
Karen Ostrom saved to Flowers