Annual. We haven't yet found a sweet pea with a more delicious scent. Even a single stem fills the air with a sweet, fresh fragrance. Developed for beauty and scent, the soft cream-colored flowers have a delicate lavender edge that is further enhanced by the ruffled petals. The tall vines produce several long stems of large sweet pea flowers that are ideal for cutting.
Days to Emerge:
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When 3� tall,
thin to 1
When to sow outside: RECOMMENDED. Cold winter climates: 4 to 6 weeks before average last frost, or as soon as the soil can be worked. Mild winter climates:Late fall to early winter for early spring bloom.
When to start inside: 4 to 6 weeks before average last frost.
Special germination instructions: To hasten germination, soak seed in water for 12 - 24 hours, or nick with sandpaper before sowing.
Artist: Roberta Lutgens