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Sweet Peas

Lathyrus odoratus. Sicilian natives, these nostalgic heirlooms have the pleasant, sweet fragrance of honey and oranges. Sweet Peas are hardy annuals that prefer cool, moist growing conditions. Large clusters of dainty flowers are borne on graceful vines that crave support of a trellis, fence or secure netting. Soak the seeds for 24 to 48 hours prior to direct sowing outdoors in rich soil as soon as the ground can be worked in the spring. Or, start as transplants 4 to 6 weeks prior to moving outside. In areas with milder winters, Sweet Peas may also be started in the late fall for early spring blossoms. A prized cut-flower, Sweet Peas love to be cut and groomed for increased flower production. Hardy annual. Spring flowering. Height: 6' to 8' .

Average seed life: 2 years.

**There is evidence that Sweet Pea flowers, if ingested in large quantities, can be toxic. Edible Pea flowers, on the other hand, are entirely edible. Find a full selection of Edible Pea varieties HERE.**

The Fragrant Heirloom Flower Garden

There is nothing more alluring than the sweet scent of summer flowers in a breakfast table arrangement or outside one's bedroom window on a moonlit night. Make sure to order enough so that you can surround your family's screened-in porch with these aromatic beauties. This tempting Collection includes one packet each of these fragrant, heirloom varieties at about 10% off regular prices:
  • New Carpet of Snow Alyssum (~750 seeds)
  • Only the Lonely Nicotiana (~2000 seeds)
  • Marine Heliotrope (~200 seeds)
  • Four O'Clocks Mix (~75 seeds)
  • Fragrant Heirloom Sweet Pea Mix (~50 seeds)
  • Fragrant Pastel Sweet Pea Mix (~50 seeds)
  • Catalog #9315
    • Buy 50 for $17.05 each and save 11%

    Availability: In stock


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