Sweet Pea 'Singing The Blues'
Lathyrus odoratus 'Singing the Blues'
3 months to reach maturity
This plant has a strong fragrance
Sweet Pea 'Singing The Blues' Overview
Lathyrus odoratus 'Singing the Blues' as a vigorous climber that produces fragrant flowers from late spring through until late summer provided they are regularly cropped.
Common problems with Sweet Pea 'Singing The Blues'
Sweet Pea 'Singing The Blues' Companion Plants
Plant with spring annuals and small shrubs.
How to harvest Sweet Pea 'Singing The Blues'
Pick flowers regularly in spring and summer. This will encourage the plant to produce more blooms.
How to propagate Sweet Pea 'Singing The Blues'
Turn soil over to a depth of 30cm. Add plenty of compost.In the well prepared soil make holes 6cm deep in warmer weather or 2cm when cooler. Drop seeds in and press down firmly on soil. Keep moist.
Special features of Sweet Pea 'Singing The Blues'
Attracts useful insects
Bees are attracted to the flowers.
Other uses of Sweet Pea 'Singing The Blues'
This is a must for any spring garden, beautiful flowers with strong fragrance and long lasting in the vase.
Varieties have been bred as cut flowers, with longer stem lengths.