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25 Royal Blue Mix Sweet Pea Flower Seeds
25 Royal Blue Mix Sweet Pea Flower Seeds
25 Royal Blue Mix Sweet Pea Flower Seeds
25 Royal Blue Mix Sweet Pea Flower Seeds
25 Royal Blue Mix Sweet Pea Flower Seeds
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25 Royal Blue Mix Sweet Pea Flower Seeds

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Up for sale is one pack of 25 Royal Blue Sweet Pea Seeds - Lathyrus odoratus. Perfect for summer blooms these SweetPea create large light blue to navy blue flowers on 60" stems. Very hardy in the garden and also make a great cut flower with a long vase life. Royal variety of Sweat Peas are known for their long stems and extended vase life. Unlike other Sweet Peas the Royal varieties create flowers on a very long stem more suitable for using as cut flowers.

We offer combined flat rate shipping on all orders, no limit on the amount or type of seed packets.

CULTURE

Soil temperature: 55-65 degrees fahrenheit
Germination lighting: Dark
Germination days: 10 days
Weeks indoor: 4-5 Weeks
Seed Depth: 1/2" inch
Seed Spacing: 6 inches
Plant spread: 6 inches
Plant height: 60"
Plant type: Annual
Maturation days: 90 days

Sweet Peas are best direct sown into your garden soil in late fall in zones 9-7, and in zones 6-3 in the range of 4 to 5 weeks before your last frost in spring. In late winter they can also be started in 4" pots 4 to 6 weeks before your last frost and then transplanted after the frost threat passes.

It's best to nick the seed coat before sowing with a small knife, or fingernail clipper, as they have a very tough seed coating. Another method is to soak them for 24 hours, but we have found the nicking method to work best. When picking your garden spot they don't like soggy roots so pick a spot with high ground. A good alternative would be to build your bed up slightly higher than normal. When the summer heat starts be sure and water frequently. Sweet pea are proficient bloomers and once you see the first buds form it is time to reapply compost with added bone meal to the base of the plants. The last picture in the listing is a 30 day old sweet pea seedling.