Sweet Peas are the quintessential English Cottage Garden flower. They're easy to grow and produce masses of deeply fragrant blossoms. Here are some tips on growing them in either containers or in the garden.
It's like live art. Leave a scupture in your yard thats beautiful to look at (could be a large mushroom or a wire tree) and in summer ensure it is near a vining flowers like sweet peas and see it crawl up and color the image. Could also do a perennial vine so it's more constant. So cool!
One Stroke Painting Personal Class - Birthday Flowers: Students learn January Carnation, February Violet, March Jonquil (or Daffodil), April Sweet Pea, May Lily of the Valley, June Rose, July Larkspur, August Gladiolus, September Aster, October Marigold, November Chrysanthemum, and December Narcissus, as well as the leaves for each flower and complete designs. Class Fee: $20.00 email@example.com Class info: http://www.picturetrail.com/joanwaff
$160 Twigs & Honey Sweet Pea Set Of 3 Hairpins. Sweeten your updo with these romantic hairpins featuring meticulously hand-painted clay flowers and leaves wired together with sprays of luminous cultured freshwater pearls and glittering crystals.
keep the mice away: any type of mint, amaryllis, sweet pea, lavender, daffodils, wood hyacinth (or squill), grape hyacinth, alliums, catnip, camphor plant, elderberry, euphorbias, and wormwood.* Oak and bay leaves are also known to repel rodents. Planting any of these outside your home is a good way to deter mice and rats from coming into your house. You may also make sachets out of the leaves of some of these plants to use in drawers and closets, especially mint, bay and lavender.