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One of America's favorite annuals, sweet peas offer bright, fragrant flowers that are magnificent for cutting. All sweet peas prefer cool weather - although the varieties 'Old Spice' and 'Mammoth Mix' show remarkable heat resistance.
Climbing varieties need support such as a trellis, netting or strings. We enjoy them most when rambling over shrubs, for that authentic cottage garden look.
Dwarf sweet peas do not climb and are perfect for containers, beds and borders, and frequently have stems long enough cutting.
Fragrantissima is one of the most fragrant sweet peas available to the home gardener. A well-balanced, formulated mix of bicolored, striped, and solid-colored, large flowers in many bright and pastel shades of pink, blue, purple, red, and white. Vigorous vines grow to 6 feet tall. Fragrantissima’s long, straight flower stems guarantee spectacular cut flower bouquets.
'Strawberry Sundae' sweet peas are an exceptionally fragrant pastel blend of pink, rosy bicolor, and white flowers. They are superb for cutting. The easy to grow, heat resistant vines grow to 6 feet tall.
Fragrant flowers mottled in rich, lavender-pink. They are excellent for cutting. Long-blooming 6 foot tall vines.
Brilliant, deep burgundy, fragrant flowers. These spencer-type blooms are large and held on long, strong stems. They are outstanding for cutting. The 6 foot tall vines are vigorous and heavy blooming.
The most fragrant sweet pea we have known, 'King's High Scent' is a heavy producer of gorgeous, large flowered cream blooms, edged in violet. Superb cut, one bouquet scents an entire home. Plant it where the extraordinarily fragrant blooms can be best enjoyed, near porches, open windows, and outdoor sitting areas. Great in containers or the landscape. Grows to 6 feet tall.
Outstanding, large, ruffled, fragrant blossoms on vigorous, remarkably heat resistant vines. Colors include shades of salmon, pink, rose, blue, lilac, and white. Train on strings, netting or trellises. Grows 5-6 feet tall.
Heavy blooming 6 foot vines, produce long stems of fragrant, apricot-salmon and pink bicolor blooms. They make stunning, long-lasting cut flowers.
A gorgeous combination of two extremely fragrant, heirloom sweet peas. 'Oxford' is dark blue and 'Cambridge' is sky blue. Grows 6-7 feet tall.
Blended pink, orange and apricot colored blooms are delicously fragrant. Vines grow to 6 feet tall. An extraordinary heirloom, first introduced in 1901, and by 1906 was the most popular sweet pea for cutting. A tribute to the famous garden writer Miss Ellen Willmott.
Clear, soft mauve, fantastically fragrant flowers. Combines beautifully with Mrs. Collier sweet peas, or with darker colors, in the garden or vase. Vines grow to 6 feet tall. A 1905 heirloom sweet pea, Flora Norton remains one of the finest cut flower varieties available.
A formulated mix of some the most finest, most fragrant, long-stemmed cutting varieties available. Colors include shades of pink, cream, white with picotee, and lavender. Grows to 6 feet tall.
Brilliant, cerise-scarlet, fragrant flowers. These spencer-type blooms are large and held on long, strong stems. They are outstanding for cutting. Vines are vigorous and heavy blooming.
These stunning flowers are white streaked with carmine-red. They have a wonderful sweet, fruity fragrance and appear on long, airy stems. An English heirloom introduced in 1896.
Unusual purple and deep red, bi-color blooms carry a particularly captivating scent which has delighted gardeners for decades. 'Matucana' is similar to and often confused with 'Cupani', which was introduced in the late 17th century by a Sicilian Monk. Vigorous 6 foot vines thrive on trellises, netting or strings.
Outstanding large, ruffled, almond pink flowers show perfect form and are carried on long, sturdy stems ideal for cutting. Beautiful when planted with the violet-blue sweet pea Noel Sutton.
Ruffled, vivid, cool violet-blue flowers are carried on long, strong stems. They deliver a delicate, sweet scent and are excellent for cutting.
Extremely fragrant, dark blue blooms on 6-8 foot tall vines. Combines beautifully with Miss Willmott sweet peas. An English heirloom sweet pea introduced in 1907.
Intensely fragrant blooms, 3 to a stem, age from lime to clear cream. The free-blooming vines grow to 8-10 feet tall. One of the most popular of all the heirloom sweet pea varieties, Mrs. Collier was introduced in 1907.
A wonderfully fragrant, dwarf sweet pea perfect for planting in containers or hanging baskets. Blooms form from each leaf node, create a brilliant ball of color in both solids and bicolors. Growth is naturally neat and compact, to 7 inches tall and wide. Pinching is not needed. Be sure to place Sugar n Spice near a window or sitting area to best enjoy the spicy perfume.
Wonderfully fragrant 1 inch blue blooms. The bushy 2 foot tall plants are heavy flowering. 'Cupid Blue' dwarf sweet peas are perfect for edging, containers or hanging baskets.
A new, heavy blooming, bush-type sweet pea series with brilliant, sweetly scented flowers. Dwarf, with an attractive mounding habit, Villa Roma sweet peas are ideal for hanging baskets, patio containers or at the front of beds and borders. Grows to 14 inches tall.
Orange-red flowers. A Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner (Europe's top honor). In containers, combines beautifully with 'Snow Crystals' Alyssum.
Large, Spencer-type blooms are pristine white, frilled and fragrant, held on long, strong stems. They are superb cut flowers. Vigorous, heavy blooming vines to 6 feet tall.
The strongly scented flowers appear 4 to a stem, color is a bold orange-red, shading to salmon. Blooms shine brightest when provided afternoon shade. A stunning 6-8 foot tall vine, especially when planted with Lord Nelson sweet pea. An heirloom sweet pea variety, introduced in 1904, and named for the most accomplished sweet pea breeder in history.
Soak 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 seedlings appear. May be direct sown into the garden, ¼-½ inch deep. Thin to 6-12 inches apart.