Sweet Peas

Sweet Pea
AmericaNew catalog listings coming in early December
5614 Lathyrus odoratus Open-pollinated. An antique striated variety. Blossoms contains subtle variations of bright reds with creamy white streakings. Heavily perfumed. Vines grow to 3'. read more
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Black KnightNew catalog listings coming in early December
5620 Lathyrus odoratus Open-pollinated. Bred in 1898. Highly scented deep maroon flowers tolerant of heat. 5-6' vines. read more
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CupaniNew catalog listings coming in early December
5623 Lathyrus odoratus Open-pollinated. Oldest and among the most fragrant of all sweet peas. Deep maroon-purple upper petals with deep violet-blue lower petals. 5' vines. read more
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Knee-High MixNew catalog listings coming in early December
5626 Lathyrus odoratus Open-pollinated. Semi-dwarf 20" bush-type plants need no support, produce full-length stems. Mix includes chianti, pink, blue-violet and lavender. read more
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Mammoth MixNew catalog listings coming in early December
5629 Lathyrus odoratus (75 days) Open-pollinated. Mixture of crimson, scarlet, white, lavender, deep rose, medium blue and pink. Long stems make ideal cutflowers. 4-6' staking variety. read more
Mrs. CollierNew catalog listings coming in early December
5632 Lathyrus odoratus Open-pollinated. A white sweet pea with real fragrance! Heavenly blooms last longer and are more fragrant than the whites in the Mammoth Mix. 5-6' vines. read more
Perennial Sweet PeaNew catalog listings coming in early December
5611 Lathyrus latifolius Open-pollinated. The traditional English cottage sweet pea. Shades of rose, white and pink in big clusters. Good cutflowers. Climbs 6'. read more
Streamers MixNew catalog listings coming in early December
5635 Lathyrus odoratus (60 days) Open-pollinated. Mix of blue, lavender, pink, purple, chocolate, orange and scarlet, streaked with white. Huge blossoms and great as a cutflower. Over 5' tall. read more