Category: Blue Shades

Blue Ripple - Sweet Pea Seeds 0

Blue Ripple – Sweet Pea Seeds

Unusual Sky Blue Colourthese Fantastic Sky Blue Flowers Look Absolutely Stunning In The Garden, Not To Mention In A Vase!on A Closer Look They Have Marbled White And Blue Markings All Over The Petals With A Much Darker Blue Blotch On The Outer Side.they Have A Delicate Fragrance As Well And Usually Grow On Long Straight Stems, Perfect For Cutting.sowing Seedsplace Canes Or A Trellis Above Where You Want To Sow Your Sweet Peas. Your Seed Pack Will Tell You How Far Apart To Sow Seeds. Position Two Seeds At Each Station And Pick Out The Weakest Seedling When The Two Start To Grow, Leaving The Strongest Seed To Grow On. if You Want Your Sweet Pea Seeds To Germinate Quickly You Can Put Down a Horticultural Fleece over The Soil – This Helps Retain The Heat In The Soil, And Doubles Up As Protection From Hungry Seed-eating Mice.

Sweet Pea Romeo-seeds 0

Sweet Pea Romeo-seeds

Giving Larger Blooms Than Old Fashioned Grandiflora Sweet Peas, Romeo Is Strongly Scented And Very Free Flowering With Long Strong Stems And White Flowers Attractively Tinged With Violet At The Edges.sowing Seedsplace Canes Or A Trellis Above Where You Want To Sow Your Sweet Peas. Your Seed Pack Will Tell You How Far Apart To Sow Seeds. Position Two Seeds At Each Station And Pick Out The Weakest Seedling When The Two Start To Grow, Leaving The Strongest Seed To Grow On. if You Want Your Sweet Pea Seeds To Germinate Quickly You Can Put Down a Horticultural Fleece over The Soil – This Helps Retain The Heat In The Soil, And Doubles Up As Protection From Hungry Seed-eating Mice.

Sweet Pea Heathcliff-seeds 0

Sweet Pea Heathcliff-seeds

Heathcliff Has Exceptionally Fragrant Emperor Purple Blooms Which Are Markedly Larger Than Those Of The Old Grandifloras.their Long Stems Give Them Greater Appeal As Cut Flowers.sowing Seedsplace Canes Or A Trellis Above Where You Want To Sow Your Sweet Peas. Your Seed Pack Will Tell You How Far Apart To Sow Seeds. Position Two Seeds At Each Station And Pick Out The Weakest Seedling When The Two Start To Grow, Leaving The Strongest Seed To Grow On. if You Want Your Sweet Pea Seeds To Germinate Quickly You Can Put Down a Horticultural Fleece over The Soil – This Helps Retain The Heat In The Soil, And Doubles Up As Protection From Hungry Seed-eating Mice.