Perennial Sweet PeaLathyrus latifolius
is a perennial "Sweet Pea" of varying rose-red-rose-white flowers with, unfortunately, not as sweet a scent as its annual relative has (Sweet Pea). It is, however, hardy and vigorous and kindly returns every year, at least in the southern half of the country. If covered in winter it can survive even farther north. Perennial Sweet Pea is a climber and can grow 3 m tall so it does need some form of support. Read under Sweet Pea for advice on sowing.
SOWING: Sow directly outdoors, 2 cm deep, where you want it, in May-June when the soil is warm.
SEEDS: 1 g contains about 20 seeds.