Old Spice America has a sweet and fruity scent, that has stunning white flowers streaked with red. This antique variety is from 1896 and has 2-3 huge and lovely looking blooms that are bunched on each long stem. Heat tolerant variety. A good variety where summer heat will not usually allow sweet peas to grow well. Grow on a trellis for the best cut flowers, or let twine through bushes for an informal look. Suitable for spring or midwinter production. A Flower Garden Season with the sweet fragrance of Sweet Peas brings back many memories with my grandparents. Although Sweet peas are considered an old-fashion garden favorite, their delicate fragrance and attractive habit appeal to gardeners of ALL ages. Like all Sweet Peas, it can be sown directly outdoors in early spring, well ahead of most flowering annuals. We suggest planting along fences to give the vines a foundation for climbing. Trellis and garden stakes are also a popular means of displaying their beauty and fragrance. Sweet Peas also make a wonderful cut flower. Great in mass plantings, as well as a cut flower. Sweet peas (Lathyrus odoratus) thrive in cool temperatures, so it's important to get them blooming early, before summer heat knocks them out. You can plant them outdoors as soon as the soil can be worked in spring. Developed for flowering under short days, low light conditions, and in cool greenhouses. Suitable for spring or midwinter production. Long stems bear 3-5 blooms. Height: 60-72 inches Spacing: 4-6 inches Light: Full Sun Soil Moisture: Medium USDA Zone: 3a-9b .
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