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Sweet Pea


Sweet Pea (Lathyrus odoratus (Sweet Pea))

A VERY early bird, opened on May 5th 2009.



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Wow...Spritz....so early!! Mine are still at the bottom of the canes...Lol! A very delicate colour lovely!

6 May, 2009

 

I can't believe that one of my plants has flowered! The flower is low down, the plants are just beginning to climb... :-)

6 May, 2009

 

wow, i have a some climbing up the makeshift obiesk i made doing quite well, but no signs of flowers as yet, but the majority of mine have'nt made it out the greenhouse yet...must do that today. are these from the seed that i sent you Spritz?

7 May, 2009

 

very early alright. mine are only starting to grow

7 May, 2009

amy
Amy
 

All your plants seem to be early Spritz , how nice for you :o)

7 May, 2009

 

Mine are thinking about getting up to 6 inches in height now, not anywhere near flowering. Not only is yours very early, it is a very nice one. Does it have a nice scent?

7 May, 2009

 

I am going to cut it this afternoon so I will sniff it then - and no, Angie, these were from the October sowing!

Amy, the problem with flowering early is that the plan was to have things in flower in JUNE!!!! Now what?? lol.

7 May, 2009

 

The more you cut the more you get, so just keep cutting and i recon you'll be fine. :-)

7 May, 2009

 

Mine are, wait for it..........still green and only just climbing. So again lucky you.

7 May, 2009

 

I've never had one so low down and so early before! The plants have only JUST started to climb. Dd!!!

7 May, 2009

 

Thats alright then............

7 May, 2009

 

My sweet peas are about four to five inches tall. I love the perfume from the flowers. You have done well to get flowers on so early.

13 May, 2009



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