Sweet peas are beautiful, flowering stalks with a fragrance that captivates any passers-by. They’re native to Sicily, dating back to 1699, when monk and amateur botanist Francis Cupani first publicly shared seed from his namesake variety. Sweet peas make delicate cut flowers, lasting only a few days in a vase, but their fragrance fills the room. Takes patience and dark, cool conditions to germinate them—soak seed overnight before planting. Likes full sun but cool roots, so mulching is recommended.
Sweet Peas - Dwarf Bijou