Sweet pea seeds
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Renee Lusk saved to Gardening
Sweet peas can be a bit fussy to grow, but the reward—handfuls of beautiful flowers with the single most amazing scent you'll ever experience—is well worth it. Here's a relatively no-fuss way to grow them.
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Sweet peas are beautiful flowers to grow in your garden. Learn how easy it is to save sweet pea seeds so you can enjoy them year after year.
Berries and Pie saved to Flower Gardening
Thinking of growing sweet peas? Follow Shiplap and Shells for tips on sowing sweet pea seeds indoors, transplanting, and caring for these beautiful blooms throughout their growing season.
Toby saved to Flower starting indoors
Not every garden has space for a sweet pea patch, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy these lovely blooms. Growing sweet peas in containers is a great way to get all the beauty of sweet peas with a fraction of the effort. Here’s everything you need to know about growing sweet peas in containers, including the best varieties to plant and the secrets to getting loads of flowers. https://homegrownfoodandflowers.com/how-to-grow-sweet-peas-in-pots/
Growing sweet peas from seed? Start 4-6 weeks before last day of frost, nick and soak seeds 24 hours, use root trainer with good soil.
Kimberly Dickey saved to Garden
If you want to grow flowers from seed, start with sweet peas. The large seeds are easy to manage and most varieties germinate readily.
Learn how to grow sweet peas (Lathyrus odoratus) using these proven tips. These flowers need rich soil and consistent water and do not tolerate high heat. Perennial sweet peas are invasive in many areas so check that your seeds are annuals.
Katrina R saved to flowers I love
Sweet peas are absolutely gorgeous flowers and the scent is exquisite. Easy to grow and tips for success included here so you can enjoy them.
Linda Lepage saved to Flowers
Love sweet peas so much you want more, in more areas of the garden? On Gardener ’s Path, learn how to harvest seeds so you’ll have plenty for next year.
Denise Lewellyn saved to growing great things!