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Whichever sweet pea you choose to sow, your garden will be filled with masses of fragrant blooms that make perfect cut flowers. In fact, cutting them more often means that you'll get an almost never-ending supply of summer flowers! We've got some great advice for getting the best out of your sweet pea seeds - read our 'Sowing and Germinating Sweet Peas' guide or watch our 'How to sow and grow sweet peas' video.
Sweet Pea 'Chatsworth'
Lathyrus odoratusAn aristocrat of the show bench, and a superb cut flower! Sweet Pea ‘Chatsworth’ produces 5 to 6 pale lavender blooms, of outstanding quality, on each tall, straight stem. Delicate frills and a wonderful fragrance make this sweet pea a beautiful choice for exhibition, or to simply enjoy in your garden. Height: 180cm (71”) Spread: 30cm (12”).
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Lathyrus chloranthus 'Lemonade'
Sweet PeaEyecatching and unique, this annual Lathyrus species is the only yellow sweet pea you’ll find. The small, unscented, acid yellow flowers are produced on vigorous stems against a backdrop of soft green foliage throughout midsummer. Lathyrus chloranthus ‘Lemonade’ makes a striking feature and a real talking point. Perfect for patio containers or growing as an annual hedge or screen. Height: 150cm (59"). Spread: 30cm (12"). More info
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