Sweet Pea Lathyrus latifolius

Sweet Pea Lathyrus latifolius
Light: Sun/Dry/Moist 
Plant Type: Perennial  
Plant Height: 12 to 24 inches  
Plant Width:  
Flower Color: Pink
Bloom Time:  
When to Sow:
Sow seed directly outdoors after frost season, 2 - 3 inches apart, and thin plants later to desired spacing.

Special Features:
Sweet Pea or 'Everlasting Pea' is a 4 - 5 foot vining plant with a variety of pink pea-like flowers. Can be trained up fences or walls with it's tendrils.  Have a trellis or wire for them to attach to as they will begin to climb very quickly after germination. Scarify seeds prior to sowing. Nick the seed with a scissor to break the outer coat of the Sweet Pea flower seed so it may absorb water immediately. By doing this a larger percentage of the seeds will germinate and they will sprout a few days earlier. After nicking the seed, soak the Sweet Pea flower seeds over night in tepid water.
Approx.  seeds per package.


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