How to Grow Sweet Peas from Seed

Easy to Follow Step by Step Guide that shows you how to grow beautiful Sweet Peas from seeds. They not only look fantastic but also give the garden a delightful sweet scent.

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  1. The sweet pea (Lathyrus odoratus) is a flowering plant in the genus Lathyrus in the family Fabaceae , native to Sicily, Cyprus, southern Italy and the Aegean Islands. It is an annual climbing plant, growing to a height of 1–2 metres (3 ft 3 in–6 ft 7 in), where suitable support is available.
  2. The sweet pea is an essential member of a late-Victorian garden. Victorians loved sweet peas for their color diversity and fragrance. Gather the flowers in the morning when the dew is still on them. This is when their scent is the sweetest. Sweet peas are one of the April birth flowers.
  3. Choose Sweet Pea Flowers & Gifts for hand-arranged fresh flower delivery today in Gonzales, LA When you shop flowers online with Sweet Pea Flowers & Gifts, you will see beautiful bouquet arrangements of flowers hand-crafted with passion, attention to detail, and great care.
  4. Sweet pea is a very popularly gifted flower. With its sweet fragrance, and multitude of colors it makes a great accompaniment for bouquets and flower arrangements. Know more about this delicate flower with butterfly-shaped petals in the upcoming sections. Sweet pea belongs to the Lathyrus family of flowers.
  5. Sweet pea (Latin name Lathyrus odoratus), is a climbing annual member of the legume genus. Originating in the southwest Italy and the islands of the Mediterranean, sweet pea has been cultivated for use in gardens since the 17th century, but reached its modern forms under the work of Scottish nurseryman Henry Eckford, who developed dozens of ...
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Sweet pea beauty in my garden, sweet dilemma you bring too. Shall I clip your lovely blossoms? Shall I save you for another day.. © Montana Blue
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Sweet peas are an annual flower prized for their color and scent. If allowed to go to seed in the fall, they may reappear the next year if they survive the winter. (Photo by Lynn Ketchum) FULL STORY:...
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