Of the ‘sweet’ variety, Arthur – they are bred to bloom earlier than the usual sweet peas, but would need the greenhouse for those of us in the UK
The perennial variety have no scent.
Ah! I picked my first winter pea yesterday! I’m not sure they will be very successful here.
If mine is still there on Monday it might make it to a vase! Which colours did you get? Mine are in pots in the greenhouse this year which may not be as successful – I will use bigger pots next time.
I know you have written about these sweet peas before Cathy, where do you buy the seed from?
Owls Acre, Brian. I would certainly recommend them for early flowering in the greenhouse. I have them in pots ths year so will move them outside when I need space for tomatoes, which is a long way off yet!
What a beauty.
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