40 Sweet Pea Seeds ‘High Scent’ Flower Seeds Annual Lathyrus odoratus Parfum de Bloom

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Sweet Peas are treasured for their charming flowers, carefree look and delightful fragrance that perfumes the summer air. High Scent Annual Sweet Pea is the most fragrant sweet pea on the market—and the pretty white and purple bi-colored flowers are sure to charm in the garden and cut flower arrangements. Like other sweet peas, High Scent has a vining habit and performs best when planted in full sun near a fence or trellis.

Many gardeners plant shorter annual flowers or vegetable plants in front of the vines. High Scent is sure to add color, charm and fragrance to vegetable and cottage gardens. High Scent Annual Sweet Pea is part of the Parfum de Bloom™ series. The varieties in this series are reliably, powerfully and delightfully fragrant.

White and purple flowers
Grows 4-6 ft. tall with vining habit
Showy and fragrant cut flowers


Name: Sweet Pea
Scientific Name: Lathyrus odoratus
Color: purple/white
Plant Seeds: Outdoors After Frost / Indoors Weeks Before Last Frost
Hardiness Zone: N/A
Cycle: Annual
Bloom Season - Summer
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Soil & Water Preferences: Average
Other: Attracts bees, birds, & butterflies,

Sowing: To soften the hard coating of these seeds, soak them for several hours or overnight in warm water before planting. Most of the seeds should have softened and begun to swell, but if a few remain hard make a slight nick in the seed coat with a sharp knife. In climates with mild winters, the seeds of this hardy plant can be sown in the fall for winter blooming. Otherwise, they should be planted in spring as soon as the ground can be worked; light frosts will not be harmful, though the seeds require at least 55 degrees F to germinate. Plant the seeds just under the surface and keep the soil lightly moist until germination. Seeds started indoors should be prepared in the same way, but planted in groups of three in individual peat pots and given plenty of sunlight.

Growing: As the seedlings develop, pinch off the top set of leaves occasionally to encourage branching. Keep in mind that pests such as birds and slugs can damage the young plants. Both seedlings and mature plants need regular watering for best growth; several applications of fertilizer will also bring these plants to their full potential. A layer of mulch will help conserve moisture as well as controlling weeds. Since this is a vining plant, it will need the support of a trellis, fence, or netting.

All multiple orders of the same seed are put in the same bag. For example if you order 500 beefsteak tomato seeds x 3 then 1500 seeds will be put in the same bag. We do not send out 3 individual bags with 500 in each. This goes for all seeds unless they are listings of different seeds.


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