(Plant heights are given at maturity)
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Sweet peas have been a favorite of gardeners for centuries.  Their lovely colors and heady scents make them well worth cultivating.  They prefer well-drained soil and about an inch of water per week

America Sweet peas Lathyrus odoratus  America - Lathyrus odoratus - Perennial;  Rare antique variety first offered by Morse-Vaughn seedsman in 1896.  Blooms are red with silver stripes.  Wonderfully fragrant.  Full sun;  height: 4ft.
#451  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 10 seeds

Black Knight Sweet peas Lathyrus odoratus  Black Knight - Lathyrus odoratus - Perennial;  Dark purple fragrant blooms.  Introduced in 1898.  Full sun;  height:5-6ft.
#452  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 10 seeds

Cupanis Sweet peas Lathyrus odoratus  Cupani's - Lathyrus odoratus - Perennial;  This is the original strain from which all sweet peas derived.  First recorded in England in 1699 by a Middlesex schoolmaster who received the seeds from a Franciscan monk.  Color is maroon/purple.  Full sun;  height: 6ft.
#453  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 10 seeds

Lady Grisel Hamilton Sweet peas Lathyrus odoratus  Lady Grisel Hamilton -  Lathyrus odoratus - Perennial;  Henry Eckford, the premier sweet pea breeder introduced this deep lavender sweet pea in 1899.  Full sun;  height: 6ft.
#454  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 10 seeds

Miss Willmont Sweet peas Lathyrus odoratus  Miss Willmont - Lathyrus odoratus - Perennial;  Introduced in 1901, this variety was named for a famous Victorian gardener.  Salmon-pink.  Full sun;  height: 6ft.
#455  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 10 seeds

Mrs. Collier Sweet peasMrs. Collier - Lathyrus odoratus - Perennial;  Cream colored flowers.  Introduced in 1907.  Full sun;  height: 6ft.
#678  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 10 seeds

Painted Lady Sweet peas Lathyrus odoratus  Painted Lady - Lathyrus odoratus - Perennial:  Strongly scented variety in pink and white.  The first bicolor sweet pea available, this variety was separated from a group of Cupani's in 1737.  Blossoms heavily.  Full sun; height: 6ft.
#456  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 25 seeds

Knee High Mix Sweet peas Lathyrus odorata var. nanellius  Knee High Mix - Lathyrus odorata var. nanellius - Annual;  Sweet frangrance and long blooming.  Needs no support as plants do not form tendrils.  Colors are blue, navy blue, red, pink, purple and white.  Full sun; height: 2ft.
#965  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 50 seeds

Winter Elegance - Lathyrus odorata - Annual;  Winter bloom producing variety in shades of rose, pink, white, salmon and scarlet.  Good for greenhouse production.  Full sun; height: 18in.
#1322  Packet, $3.50 each,  Approximately 10 seeds


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