Just one cluster of cut stems delicately permeates a room with a pure, clean scent. Large, heavenly blossoms are silky white with a lavender picotee edge. Vines ramble to 6 ft.; an ideal choice for flowing over patio urns or climbing up a small garden trellis.
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Sweet Pea, High Scent
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Borders, Cut Flowers, Trellis or Lattice
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Sweet Pea, High Scent is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Great smell. Start inside?I start most of my flowers inside for 6 weeks and I did this for these High Scent Sweet Peas. Often when I transplant the seedling to the garden the seedling does not grow for a couple weeks. This was true for these High Scents. However, by August 1 the plants were 2 meters tall and blooming. Next year I will try direct sowing a little later and see if they bloom earlier.
Date published: 2016-08-26
Rated 5 out of
wonderful fragrance and lovely wonderful flowersI planted them in the middle of our super mild winter because we had just moved and I was impatient to get the flower beds started. The Sweet peas of course didn't come up until the time was right. They have climbed the fence and perfumed the air. In fact I first noticed they were starting to bloom because of their scent!
Date published: 2016-08-04
Rated 4 out of
Plant in early fallI bought these expecting to plant them in the spring only to find out that you plant them in the fall. I guess I'll have to wait unfortunately.