Sweet Pea Seeds

(6 items)

Despite their innocent name, sweet peas are strong plants, which put up with dry periods and produce beautiful fragrance and are right at home cascading from a hanging basket. A classic English cottage garden plant embedded into the history of this island’s gardening culture.

Sweet peas are perfectly suited to be grown up trellis or traditionally grown on the thin, spindly branches of hazel - known as pea sticks. They greatly benefit from Bocking 14 Comfrey, a balanced, organic fertiliser which will make for a strong plant and we also recommend pinching out the tips as t. . . Show More >

Despite their innocent name, sweet peas are strong plants, which put up with dry periods and produce beautiful fragrance and are right at home cascading from a hanging basket. A classic English cottage garden plant embedded into the history of this island’s gardening culture.

Sweet peas are perfectly suited to be grown up trellis or traditionally grown on the thin, spindly branches of hazel - known as pea sticks. They greatly benefit from Bocking 14 Comfrey, a balanced, organic fertiliser which will make for a strong plant and we also recommend pinching out the tips as they begin to grow. Sowing in Autumn and starting in a greenhouse may produce stronger plants, however, sweet pea can be sown directly into the soil in a bed or border in mid-spring. A good mulch around the plants with compost in mid-summer will help to keep the roots moist and the leaves happy! A firm favourite for those who like to grow organic cut flowers.


< Show Less

Despite their innocent name, sweet peas are strong plants, which put up with dry periods and produce beautiful fragrance and are right at home cascading from a hanging basket. A classic English cottage garden plant embedded into the history of this island’s gardening culture.

Sweet peas are perfectly suited to be grown up tre. . . Show More >

Despite their innocent name, sweet peas are strong plants, which put up with dry periods and produce beautiful fragrance and are right at home cascading from a hanging basket. A classic English cottage garden plant embedded into the history of this island’s gardening culture.

Sweet peas are perfectly suited to be grown up trellis or traditionally grown on the thin, spindly branches of hazel - known as pea sticks. They greatly benefit from Bocking 14 Comfrey, a balanced, organic fertiliser which will make for a strong plant and we also recommend pinching out the tips as they begin to grow. Sowing in Autumn and starting in a greenhouse may produce stronger plants, however, sweet pea can be sown directly into the soil in a bed or border in mid-spring. A good mulch around the plants with compost in mid-summer will help to keep the roots moist and the leaves happy! A firm favourite for those who like to grow organic cut flowers.


< Show Less
  • You're on page 1
  • You're on page 1

Offer code applied!