Sweet Peas

Sweet peas have unmistakable fragrance and old-fashioned charm. Annual sweet pea flower formation can depend on day length classifying them as long day (flowering spring and summer), short day (flowering fall and winter), or day neutral (any time the weather is cool). Because sweet pea flowers perform best in cool temperatures, mild climates and hot summer areas should sow short-day types in late summer or fall for cool-season bloom, while climates with a cold winter should sow sweet pea seeds in late winter and early spring. No matter when you sow them, look forward their unmistakable fragrance and old-fashioned charm.

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