Add some old fashioned romance to your flower patch this summer, with this Romantic Sweet Pea Duo. Fragrant and charming - the much-coveted 'Piggy Sue' has creamy coloured petals that are delicately edged in soft blush pink and 'Bristol' are a pale blue/lilac with ivory edges. Magical summer blooms at their finest.
- 2 packets of seeds
- Romantic and scented pastel blooms
- East to grow hardy annuals
- Sow: undercover December to April
- Flowering time: Late spring to summer
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Even in the depths of winter, there is one flower you can start on its way, and that is the sweet pea. Getting your hands in some compost on these darker days is scientifically proven to make you happier!
Grace Alexander Flowers is a third of an acre field in a village in Somerset. Where flowers are grown with love. There are flowers for every part of our lives. Births, weddings, joys, sorrows. And the only thing better than flowers is flower seeds.
Seeds are the perfect gift for pretty much everyone. Tiny fragments of hope and potential and happiness waiting to happen. And now, finally, these perfect little things are enclosed in packages that do justice to the beauty of their contents. For the gardener in your life, for the person who deserves a treat and to feel loved, for that slightly tricky in-law that you really really want to impress.
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