Sweet Pea Pandemonium Seeds

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20 seeds
Lathyrus odoratus
Item Code: 21314
Hardy Annual (HA)
Full Sun
Suitable for Containers
Suitable For Cutting
Fragrant Variety
Suitable for Climbing
Awarded the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit
Height: 180cm(6ft)
Plant Class: Hardy Annual (HA)

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Bred in New Zealand, this elegant plant bears large frilly red flake flowers, superb for growing in pots and containers or growing up arches, trellises, obelisks, with 4 or 5 heavily scented flowers on long, strong stems. 
Mr Fothergill’s is proud to be forging links with the renowned New Zealand sweet pea breeder Dr Keith Hammett, whose work on Britain’s favourite annual flower is unparalleled in modern times, look out for the distinguishing logo on the packet.
Sweet Peas
Probably the nation’s favourite! These beautifully scented blooms make dwarf hedging or can climb up trellis and are super cut flowers. We know the sweet pea has a special place amongst our gardeners’ affections and we’re delighted to offer a huge range of varieties to you. Nothing can beat the sweet pea for all round performance - garden decoration and wonderful fragrance in the garden and the vase!

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Planting & Harvesting

Sow & Grow

Sow indoors for surest results, January-March or September-October, 1.5cm (½") deep, 5 seeds per 12cm (5") pot of compost. Water well and place in a cold frame, greenhouse or cool windowsill. A temperature of 15°C (60°F) is ideal. Keep moist. Seedlings usually appear in 12-21 days. Pinch out the growing tip, when two pairs of leaves have formed, to encourage bushy growth. Gradually accustom young plants to outside conditions (avoid frosts), before planting out into well-drained soil, March-May, 30cm (12") apart. Or, sow outdoors for ease, April-May, where they are to flower, 1.5cm (½") deep, directly into finely-prepared, well-drained soil, which has already been watered. Sow 2 seeds together, every 30cm (12"). Remove weaker seedling, which can then be transplanted. Seeds sown in autumn generally flower earlier the following year. Flowers: May to October. Pick blooms regularly to prolong the flowering season.