Grandiflora Sweet Pea Mix
Mixture of strongly scented old sweet pea varieties that were introduced before 1907, including some bi-colored and striped blossoms. If you have space for only one sweet pea, this would be the one! Heat tolerant. Sweet peas are poisonous!
- Direct Seed: 3" Apart
- Direct Seed: 1" Deep
- Light: Full Sun
- Support: Trellis, tepee, or fencing
Ratings & Reviews
Beautiful Sweet Smelling Flowers
by Colorado Gardener
I love these! They produce lots of different colored flowers that have a wonderfully sweet scent to them. Please note they grow very tall so they need support, otherwise they will tend to fall over a bit. It is also very easy to save the seeds from them as they produce little bean pods on the plants which can be popped open to release the seeds. The seeds are about the size of a BB pellets.
Easy and Everything I Wanted!
As a beginner with starting seeds indoors, these were easy to grow! Soaked the seeds 24 hours before planting in soil in a carboard egg carton. Put it in a plastic bag on a windowsill and they sprouted within 2 weeks. 80% of the seeds I planted germinated. Planted outside in May and that's when they really took off. Started flowering in July and the flowers are lovely and very fragrant! Will note that we had a hot summer and these needed a lot of water. Zone 5b.
by bill bong
as a planter they are pretty