Sweet Pea

    Lathyrus odoratus
of the Pea family is an annual originally from Southern Italy. This is a fragrant bind-weed which prefers nutritious, sand-mixed soil in the sun, however not oftener than every 6 years because of among other things wilting disease. It must not dry out. The sweet Pea grows 150 cm tall and needs support.

SOWING: Sow in beds and borders, 2 cm deep, in May. Alternatively sow indoors in April for an extra early blooming. It can handle some frost. Keep 10 cm between the plants.

SEEDS: 12 seeds/g.
Sweet Pea, Mix., organic seeds
One portion contains 30-40 seeds which sows 2-3 m.

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Painted Lady, organic
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Knee-Hi
Is low, 50 cm, bushy and stable with large flowers of mixed colours. A portion contains about 30 seeds, which sows about 2-3 m.

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Old Spice, organic
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Cupani, organic seeds
Is a rarity from Italy with the most exquisite fragrance of all sweet peas, we think. The flowers are violet, sometimes with brighter stripes, and smaller than the improved ones, but that doesn"™t mat...

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