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Sweet Pea Duchy Of Cambridge-seeds

Named In Honour Of William And Catherine The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridgethe Delicately Scented Blooms Open In Royal Blue Shades Of Turquoise And Ultramarine And Gradually Change To Incorporate More Feminine Pinks And Mauves – Creating A Beautiful ‘mother Of Pearl' Effect. Needless To Say It's A Spencer Variety! this New And Unusual Sweet Pea Was Named To Celebrate Their Fairytale Wedding And It's Sure To Delight In The Garden Or In A Vase.


Lilac Silk – Sweet Pea Seeds

This Variety Of Sweet Peas Have A Unique Colour Delicately Shaded Onto A Cream Base. extremely Large Flowered And Frilly With Long Stems.highly Commended With An Rhs Award Of Garden Merit (agm)and National Sweet Pea Society (nsps).do Not Allow Seed Pods To Form As This Will Reduce Flowering Performance. Autumn Sown Seedlings Are Best Over-wintered In A Cold Frame.


Moonlight – Sweet Pea Seeds

Moonlight is A Top Quality Lavender Sweet Pea With Slightly Undulating Petals. the Flowers Are Well Presented On The Stem And Have A Very Good Perfume. They Do Not Fade As They Age And With Long Strong Stems They Make An Ideal Cut Flower For Floral Displays.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.