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A beautifully fragrent flower which will produce blooms all summer long. The more you cut the more they will bloom. Great for the vase and bouquets adding structure, fragrance and frills. In additiona a great garden staple climbing over trellises, wigwams and anything which gets in their way.

 

NOTE: SWEETPEAS ARE POISONOUS IF INGESTED

 

When to Sow: Oct - May

 

HOW TO SOW: Before sowing seeds can be soaked for 24 hours to speed up germination.

Sowing under glass - Autumn. Sow several seeds 10mm deep into moist well-drained soil. Ideal temp 20-25°C. Once germinated grow on in cooler conditions (overwinter in a coldframe or greenhouse for a little protection) Can be planted out in spring as overwintered seedlings will be frost tolerant.

Plant out spring sowed seedlings after danger of frost has passed.

 

Sow directly  - after danger of frost has passed into drills of prepared soil. Provide support framework for it to climb on

 

  • Classification: Hardy Annual
  • Expert Level: Easy to Grow
  • Germination Time: 1-3 Weeks

 

  • Site: Full Sun
  • Soil Type: Sand/ Loam
  • Soil Acidity: All Types
  • Mositure: Moist/Well Drained
  • Care: Cut & Come Again. Pinch after first 2 sets of leaves have formed for bushier growth. Deadhead dialy for more flowers
  • Use: Cut Flowers, Garden Climber
  • Harvesting: Harvest with only bottom 2 flowers open on the stem
  • Days to Maturity: 75-90 Days

 

  • Vase Life: 4 to 5 days
  • Height: 2.4m
  • Plant Spacing: 2x seeds per 8cm

Lathyrus Odoratus (Sweetpea) "Noel Sutton"

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  • 20 Seeds per packet Approx

    Please note that the majority of our seeds are packed by volume so the number of seeds indicated is an approximation.

    We make every effort to provide British seeds where possible, but in some cases our British Growers are unable to grow in sufficient quantities to meet our demand or the seeds are subject to Plant breeders' rights which means it is only possible for us to buy these seeds from certain non UK flower farms 

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