SWEET PEA. Few blooms much better worthy of the cottage garden

SWEET PEA. Few blooms much better worthy of the cottage garden

Couple of plants much better worthy of the bungalow landscaping than beloved, antique sweet peas. Inspite of the identity, not absolutely all are fragrant. But all have the traditional pea-family bloomone huge, upright, roundish petal (known as banner or standard), two slim part flower petals (the wings), and two decreased petals that create a boat-shaped framework (the keel).

everlasting pea

lathyrus latifolius

  • Perennial.
  • Areas United States, MS, LS; USDA 6-8.
  • Native to European countries.
  • Strong-growing vine to 9 feet., with blue-green vegetation.
  • Herbs usually bear unscented blossoms in combined colour (reddish-purple, white, red); solitary colour could be offered.
  • Blooms all summer if not allowed to go to seed.
  • Les mer