Venetian Sweet Pea Mix

Our exclusive collection of Venetian, rich-dark coloured sweet peas. This collection includes three old-fashioned, highly scented varieties. More
24 seedlings 510466-24 £22.50 Delivery mid March
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20 seeds 040006 £2.20 Buy 2+ at £1.87 each In stock
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12 seedlings 510466-12 £16.95 Delivery mid March
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Or buy this as part of our Venetian & Harlequin Sweet Peas.

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Our exclusive collection of Venetian, rich-dark coloured sweet peas.

This collection includes three old-fashioned, highly scented varieties:

These three have been trialled repeatedly by us and are outstanding in terms of ease of growth, productivity and perfume. They make excellent garden border plants, as well as cut flowers. Not to be missed.

We sow our highly-scented, old-fashioned sweet pea seeds in the winter, as well as in the spring, so that you will have excellent productive plants throughout the summer. Our sweet pea seedlings come with full planting instructions.

Genus Lathyrus odoratus
Type Hardy Annual
Common Name Sweet Pea
Border Position Climber
Soil Type Fertile, Neutral
Scent Scented
Site Full Sun
Moisture Well-drained
Height 2 metres (6ft)
Spacing Plant out, 2 plants to a vertical, 15cm (6in) apart in a mild spell in March-May.
Sowing, Seeds, Planting Sow October-December or January-March, 2 seeds into 1 rootrainer. When roots fill container, pot on 2 seedlings together into a 1 litre pot. Pinch out tips when plants have 4 pairs of leaves. If autumn sown, overwinter in a light, cool place.
Care Tips Remove the climbing tendrils as they grow. Tie the stem into your framework on a regular basis. These can be grown in container pots up a climbing frame. Find out how to grow your sweet peas from seed in Sarah's how-to guide.
Flowering May - August (winter-sown) or June - September (spring-sown), or 12-14 weeks from spring-sowing of seed.
Vase Life 4-5 days. Avoid direct sunlight and heat. This has a beautiful scent.
Harvesting Keep picking as often as you can.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
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Plant Delivery - When in stock, please allow up to 4 working days for despatch.

Seeds Delivery - Items will be despatched in 2-3 working days.

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Wonderful Sweet Peas!

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Reviewed 16th June 2014 by Lisa Hector

I was late sowing these and getting them into the ground given our long harsh winter this year. They very quickly took off though and are still flowering profusely at the end of September. Everyone has commented on how beautiful they are and the scent is just divine. I've grown them over an arch (inspired by Sarah!) in the veg garden and they really give it the wow factor. I'll certainly be growing them this way every year now!

Beautiful Colours and Amazing Scent

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Reviewed 16th June 2014 by Sian

I bought a pack of the Venetian Sweet Pea Seeds and sowed them back in November. Now in June (and after a spring of pretty horrible weather) I've got abundant 4 foot plants giving me as many flowers as I can pick! The colours, particularly the Matucana are so sumptuous and the smell is out of this world. I've sown some more this spring and these plants are now out in the garden too so I'm hoping the flowers will keep on coming for months!