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Everlasting Sweet Pea
Perennial, Wild or Everlasting Sweet Pea - Lathyrus latifolius
Everlasting Sweet Pea
Item Id: 2000101

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Sweet Pea
‘Everlasting’

Lathyrus latifolius

'Everlasting Sweet Pea', also known as 'Perennial' or 'Wild' Sweet Pea, is as the name implies, a perennial type of plant.  All summer long the plant puts out blossoms ranging from creamy whites to dark pink.

They are drought tolerant and grow to completely cover a fence or bed.  Unlike the annual varieties of sweet peas, these do not have a scent.

Can be grown in full sun to partial shade.  Sow seeds in late winter or early spring, 1/8 to 1/4 inch deep.  The seed coats can be hard so carefully nick and soak seeds for several hours in lukewarm water prior to sowing. USDA zones 5-9.  Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 30 to 36 seeds.
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