Our Sweet Pea Best Selling Varieties Collection includes 6 packets of seeds, one each listed below with a FREE Sweet Pea Growers Propagator Kit which includes Unwins Micro Snips & Sweet Pea Feed, worth over £31.00!
The Windowsill Propagator includes:
Robust black base L68cm x W21.5cm x H20cm.
8 x 9cm Cell Seed Trays perfect for sweet pea seeds which grow deeper roots.
8 x Capillary Mats which prevent both under-watering and over-watering.
2 x 2ltr Gro-Sure All Purpose Compost gives the best results for seed germination.
8 x ‘Push-In’ Plastic Labels, great for seed rows.
Weather-proof, UV Stable White Marker Pen with easy-to-remove ink.
Gwendoline - Gwendoline is close to perfection! The large, wavy lilac pink blooms presented on a white background are well balanced on extra long, strong stems and have a rich, heady perfume. Flowers of the highest quality, whether for indoor decoration or winning prizes at shows. This splendid variety is an RHS Award winner.
Red Arrow - A rich deep red Sweet Pea with firmer textured petals giving better resistance to hot weather than many scarlets. Holding its colour well, Red Arrow is a perfect addition for flower arrangements.
Heathcliff - Heathcliff has exceptionally fragrant blooms which are markedly larger than those of the old grandifloras. Their long stems give them greater appeal as cut flowers.
Champagne Bubbles - This unique colour - delicate lemony cream flushed with amber - deepens after cutting. The flowers have a beautiful shape, well ruffled and nicely fragrant. A superb variety for the vase! Autumn sown seedlings are best over-wintered in a cold frame.
Cathy - Named after the heroine of Wuthering Heights, Cathy belongs to our Romantic series of Sweet Peas, which hark back to the Victorian 'grandifloras', but have larger flowers and longer stems. This variety is rich cream in colour and heavily scented.
Memories - This superb purple-mauve flower is a good garden variety. It combines the rich scent and flower form of old fashioned 'grandifloras' with the long stems of modern varieties.