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Sweet pea plants have a truly delightful fragrance and superb flower power - the more you cut, the more you'll get! Our range includes annual, perennial, dwarf flowering, single and mixed colours. You can plant sweet peas in pots and containers, and they make excellent cottage garden plants. Read our article for more information on how and when to plant sweet peas.
We also have a fabulous range of sweet pea seeds you might like to browse.
Styrax 'Fragrant Fountain'Clusters of sweet scented white flowers with gold stamens hang in their masses from this hardy shrub throughout spring. With a compact, weeping habit, Styrax ‘Fragrant Fountain’ is a wonderful new specimen plant for the border, or as a centrepiece in a lawn. In autumn the leaves of Japanese Snowbell blend to gold before they fall. Height: 12m (39’). Spread: 8m (26’). More info
Escallonia rubra 'Macrantha' (Large Plant)
Chilean Gum BoxIdeal for use in an informal hedge or screen, Escallonia rubra 'Macrantha' can also be used in a variety of situations in the garden. The dark green, glossy leaves form a dense, evergreen shrub, which easily form part of a shrubbery or border. All during summer, rosy red flowers cover this Chilean Box Gum, adding a touch of scent and also attracting pollinating insects. Height: 250cm (98"). Spread: 250cm (98"). More info
Lathyrus latifolius 'Rosa Perle' (Large Plant)
Lathyrus latifolius 'Pink Pearl', Everlasting Sweet Pea, Perennial Sweet Pea
For magnificent colour and stunning, long-lasting displays, try growing the much-admired Everlasting Sweet Pea. Over the summer, these climbing plants are covered with sprays of unscented rosy-pink blooms.
Lathyrus latifolius 'Rosa Perle' is easy to grow and makes an excellent cottage garden border plant. This quick-growing perennial Sweet Pea is problem-free and lasts for many years, unlike annual Sweet Peas! Grow Everlasting Sweet Peas against a sunny fence or allow them to scramble through borders and shrubs. Height: 2m (6'). Spread: 1m (39").More info
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