I love annual easy Sweet Peas! They are simple to grow from seed, make great cut flowers and create a perfume in your garden that is refreshing and light. A walk in a garden scented with Sweet Peas is truly a delight for the senses.
Easy sweet peas for your garden. I have some new (to me) sweet peas seeds to get started for a gorgeous display this coming Spring and Summer. Come see what colors I am crushing on.
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You know I love Sweet Peas and I shared how I grow them HERE so when I was contacted by a sweet lady who has a sweet pea garden and she sells the seeds in her online shop I was immediately interested.
It was extremely hard for me to whittle down my choices but I managed too. And here they are…
Just look at those striations…don’t you love how unique they are. This one is called Chocolate Flake.
This one, called Blue Vein, changes color during the season, I can’t wait to see that…here is the excerpt from the sales page…
A highly unusual sweet pea that starts out a lovely shade of orange coral and then develops fascinating blue purple veining on the petals with age. The petals are so distinctive that they almost look as if they have been painted! The flowers are more on the petite size, but just as lovely and they still have the lovely sweet pea fragrance
I know these Valerie Harrod sweet peas will add a lovely apricot glow to my garden! I will be sure to share photos when I am picking masses of bouquets.
This one I had to have, I love subtle shifts in colors that add a delicate touch…Spring Sunshine Champagne..
Pandemonium sounds like a description of my garden but it is the name of this beautiful sweet pea…
Aren’t they all gorgeous! When Georgina of Sweet Pea Gardens contacted me to collaborate I jumped at the chance in a red hot second. They let me use photos from their site to share which ones I chose but there are many more colors.
If you are wanting some gorgeous sweet pea seeds to grow in your garden I can highly recommend them. Sweet Pea Gardens website also has information on growing and has a FAQ page that you may find helpful.
I wish you Happy Sweet Pea gardening!