SWEET PEA SEEDS
One of America's favorite annuals, sweet peas give you bright, fragrant flowers magnificent for cutting. All sweet peas prefer cool weather, although Old Spice and Mammoth Mix show remarkable resistance to heat.
Climbing sweet peas are supported by trellises, nets, or strings. Have to say, we enjoy sweet peas most when vines are rambling over shrubs; creates an authentic cottage garden look.
Dwarf sweet peas do not climb, are perfect for containers, beds and borders. Flowers are frequently held on stems long enough cutting.
CLIMBING SWEET PEAS
STRAWBERRY SUNDAE Sweet Pea
Strawberry Sundae sweet pea flowers are exceptionally fragrant. Blooms in pastel blends of pink, rosy bicolor, and white. They are exceptional cut flowers. Easy-to-grow, heat-resistant vines grow to 6 feet tall.
LAVENDER STRIPED FLUSH Sweet Pea
Fragrant flowers mottled in rich, lavender-pink. They are excellent cut flowers. Long-blooming, 6 foot tall vines.
HENRY ECKFORD Sweet Pea
Henry Eckford's strongly-scented flowers appear 4 to a stem. Their color is a bold, orange red, shading to salmon. Blooms shine brightest when plants receive afternoon shade. Forms stunning, 6-8 foot tall vines. Doubly striking when planted with Lord Nelson sweet pea. Henry Eckford sweet pea is an heirloom sweet pea, introduced in 1904. Named for the most accomplished sweet pea breeder the world has yet known.
APRICOT SPRITE Sweet Pea
Heavy-blooming, 6-foot tall vines covered in fragrant, long-stemmed, apricot-salmon and pink-bicolor blooms. Apricot Sprite sweet pea is a stunning, long-lasting cut flower.
NOEL SUTTON Sweet Pea
Ruffled, vivid, cool violet-blue flowers displaid on long, strong stems. Blooms deliver a delicate, sweet scent, are excellent cut flowers.
BEAUJOLAIS Sweet Pea
Brilliant, deep-burgundy, fragrant flowers. Spencer-type blooms are large, held on long, strong stems. Outstanding cut flowers. The 6 foot tall vines are vigorous and heavy blooming.
KING'S HIGH SCENT Sweet Pea
The most fragrant sweet pea we know, King's High Scent sweet pea is a heavy producer of gorgeous, large-flowered, cream blooms, edged in violet. Superb cut, one bouquet of King's High Scent flowers scent an entire home. Plant where the extraordinarily-fragrant blooms can be best enjoyed, near porches, open windows, outdoor sitting areas. Enjoy the highly ornamental vines in containers or the landscape. Grows to 6 feet tall.
MAMMOTH MIX Sweet Pea
Outstanding, large, ruffled, fragrant blossoms on vigorous, remarkably heat-resistant vines. Flower colors include shades of salmon, pink, rose, blue, lilac, and white. Train the vigorous, 5-6 foot tall vines on strings, nets or trellises.
OLD SPICE Sweet Pea
Old Spice sweet peas are an extremely heat-resistant, intensely-fragrant collection of Italian heirloom varieties. Blooms appear in a wide range of colors. For planting in summer, or in warm climates, Old Spice is the best there is.
HEIRLOOM PASTEL MIX Sweet Pea
An superb collection of old-fashioned sweet peas in soft, pastel shades of apricot, pink, sky blue, lavender, and creamy white. Flowers are extremely fragrant, excellent for cutting. Vigorous, heat-resistant vines grow to 6 feet or more tall.
OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE Sweet Pea
A gorgeous combination of two extremely fragrant, heirloom sweet peas. Oxford is dark blue, Cambridge is sky blue. Vines grow 6-7 feet tall.
MISS WILLMOTT Sweet Pea
Delicously-fragrant flowers blended pink, orange, and apricot. An extraordinary heirloom sweet pea introduced in 1901. By 1906 Miss Willmott was the most popular sweet pea for cutting. A tribute to the famous garden writer Miss Ellen Willmott. Vines grow to 6 feet tall.
INCENSE MIXSweet Pea
A formulated mix of some the finest, most fragrant, long-stemmed, cutting sweet peas available. Flowers include shades of pink, cream, white with picotee, and lavender. Vines grow to 6 feet tall.
AIR WARDEN Sweet Pea
Brilliant, cerise-scarlet, fragrant flowers. Spencer-type blooms are large, held on long, strong stems. Air Warden is an outstanding sweet pea for cutting. Vines are vigorous and heavy blooming, grow 5-6 feet tall.
AMERICA Sweet Pea
Stunning, carmine-red flowers are streaked white. Blooms carry a particularly appealing, sweet, fruity fragrance, are held on long, airy stems. America is an English heirloom sweet pea introduced in 1896.
MATUCANA Sweet Pea
Unusual purple and deep-red, bi-color blooms carry a particularly captivating scent, Flowers have delighted gardeners for decades. Matucana is similar to, and often confused with Cupani. Vigorous, 6 foot tall vines thrive on trellises, nets or strings.
MRS. R. BOLTON Sweet Pea
Large, ruffled, almond-pink flowers display perfect form on long, sturdy stems. The are outstanding cut flowers. We find Mrs. R. Bolton to be especially beautiful when combined with the violet-blue tones of Noel Sutton. Vines grow 5-6 feet tall.
LORD NELSON Sweet Pea
Extremely fragrant, dark-blue blooms on 6-8 foot tall vines. Lord Nelson flowers combine beautifully in the garden or vase with Miss Willmott sweet peas. English heirloom sweet pea introduced in 1907.
MRS. COLLIER Sweet Pea
Intensely-fragrant blooms, 3 to a stem, age from lime to clear cream. Free-blooming vines grow 8-10 feet tall. Introduced in 1907, Mrs. Collier is one of the most popular of all heirloom sweet peas.
QUEEN ALEXANDRASweet Pea
Wonderfully-scented, vivid pink-scarlet blooms on 5-6 foot tall vines. Growth is restrained, color is bright, Queen Alexandra is a particularly impressive sweet pea when rambling through roses or other shrubs. An English heirloom introduced in 1905.
MELODY MIXSweet Pea
An intensely-fragrant collection of bicolor, long stemmed, large-flowered, ruffled sweet peas in 7 rich shades. Colors include maroon (deep maroon with mauve), rose (hot pink and white), red (cherry red and pink), pink (pink and white), lilac (lavender rose and white), lavender (lavender and rose), and violet (deep violet and blue). Perhaps the best sweet pea collection for sweetly-fragrant, long-lasting cut flowers.
SWAN LAKE Sweet Pea
Large, pristine-white, frilled and fragrant, Spencer-type blooms held on long, strong stems. Swan Lake is a superb sweet pea for cutting. Vigorous, heavy-blooming vines grow to 6-feet tall.
DWARF SWEET PEAS
PRIMA BALLERINA TRI-COLOR Dwarf Sweet Pea
Unique, fragrant, picotee flowers morph from rose-cream to lavender-white as blooms age. They are graceful, long-lasting cut flowers. Compact, 24 to 32 inch tall plants.
KNEE HIGH IMPROVED Semi-Dwarf Sweet Pea
Bushy, heavy-blooming plants produce large, fragrant flowers in a wide range of attractive colors. When massed without support, Knee High Improved sweet peas grow 24-30 inches tall. Growth is taller when vines are trained on a low trellis. The vigorous plants look terrific scrambling over low shrubs, are heavy blooming in containers.
CUPID BLUE Dwarf Sweet Pea
Wonderfully fragrant, 1-inch, blue blooms above heavy-flowering, bushy, 2-foot tall plants. Cupid Blue dwarf sweet pea is perfect for edging borders, planting in containers or hanging baskets.
VILLA ROMA SERIES Dwarf Sweet Pea Seeds
Villa Roma is a new, heavy-blooming, bush-type sweet pea series. Brilliantly-colored, sweetly-scented flowers are held above attractive, mounding plants. Villa Roma sweet peas look especially nice when grown in hanging baskets, patio containers, or at the front of beds and borders. Grows to 14 inches tall.
VILLA ROMA NAVY BLUE Dwarf Sweet Pea
VILLA ROMA WHITE WITH ROSE Dwarf Sweet Pea
VILLA ROMA PINK Dwarf Sweet Pea
How to Plant Sweet Pea Seeds
Soak sweet pea seeds in water 24 hours prior to sowing. Then sow in cell packs, 2-3 seeds per cell. Needs darkness to germinate. Cover with newspaper and keep out of direct sun until germination occurs. Sweet pea seeds may be direct sown into the garden, ¼-½ inch deep. Thin seedlings to 6-12 inches apart.