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A lovely blue, mauve and white collection. Beautiful and scented as they grow, and lovely together in a vase.

The seed packet contains a mix of the following three varieties:

The seedling collection includes 4 or 8 seedlings each of:

Genus Lathyrus odoratus
Type Hardy Annual Climber
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 support, 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. Sweet peas often have quite a hard seed coat so it may help to soften the seed before sowing. To do this, place the seeds on some damp kitchen paper and pop them in a warm spot. Once the seeds start to swell or sprout they are ready to sow. If the seeds don’t seem to be swelling you can try making a small nick in the seed coat (opposite the ‘eye’) as this will help moisture enter the seed and kick-start the germination process.
Care Tips Remove the climbing tendrils as they grow. Tie the stem into your framework on a regular basis. Can be grown in deep container pots up a climbing frame. Find out how to cordon train your sweet pea in Sarah's how-to guide.
Flowering May - September
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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Clouds of Scent Sweet Pea Mix reviews

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Reviewed 31st October 2018 by Denise

Beautiful, long lasting, lovely colour assortment.

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Reviewed 11th October 2018 by Pat

Lovely sweetpeas, pleased with purchase

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Reviewed 7th October 2018 by Sue

Excellent delivery. Fabulous plants.

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Reviewed 3rd October 2018 by Jayne

Service, packaging etc excellent. But unfortunately the sweet peas did not mature

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Reviewed 3rd October 2018 by Gillian

These pretty well all died but again maybe it was me and/or hot summer??? Must admit I probably won’t ever send for seedlings/plug plants from anywhere else again.

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Reviewed 20th September 2018 by Helen

they grew really well and produced masses of sweet peas

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Pauline

Loved the sweet peas and smelt heavenly and only problem was something a lot of people probably suffered from and that was our glorious summer. Sweet peas in the garden did a lot better than those in pots but managed to enjoy them anyway.

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Frances

4 seedlings were noticeably smaller than the others and never caught up. Colours were lovely and most did flower well but were finished by the end of July.

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Jane

The white ones were poor but the dark colours were great

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Desi

The scent was truly lovely

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Samantha

As for above lack of water.

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Joanna

The seedlings grew into healthy plants with lovely scent and they are still flowering. I particularly like Hi-scent with its long stems and I prefer the colour of Noel Sutton to Lord Nelson which I have had previously. Mrs Collier, as I have found before, is a very prolific flowerer.

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Amanda

Not that many flowers but the ones I did have were beautiful. I think it was just too hot and dry for them this year!

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Ann

I had hoped for a wide range of colours but had mostly pink with the occasional cream and one or two purple. The plants themselves were good with only 2 failing to grow on and were delivered in good time and very well packaged.

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Sue

They flowered through til July and created a wall of sweetpeas in the garden for my son's wedding party. Everybody wanted to know how I did it! Dead headed every day.

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Reviewed 12th September 2018 by Jane

Some did better than others. Again they needed a lot of attention due to the hot weather and they were full of little black beetles so I couldn’t bring them indoors.

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Reviewed 6th September 2018 by Helene

I was sent the wrong mix of plants. To be fair, the purchase price was refunded and the plants grew well_ sadly fitting rather awkwardly with the plants surrounding them and with each other in terms of colour.

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Reviewed 3rd September 2018 by Sarah

Strong plants but disappointed with flowers which didn’t last as long as other years but maybe because of soil and extremely hot summer.

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Reviewed 29th August 2018 by Mrs Bradford

They hardly flowered at all. Despite me watering them. I can only assume it was the very hot weather for so long.

Reply from the Sarah Raven Team:

"Thank you for your review. We are very sorry to hear of your disappointment with your seedlings and have left a credit on your account for you to use on your next telephone order."

Posted 7th November 2018