I need to find a corner of my overgrown garden to plant some sweet peas.
No cutting garden is complete without at least one row of fragrant, nostalgic sweet peas. I’ve been growing them for what seems like a lifetime now. Sweet peas got me into this crazy flower farming adventure in the first place and each spring as they climb their trellises it’s like seeing my dear old friends once again. In mild areas, seeds can be sown in pots in the fall, wintered over in a sheltered spot and planted out in spring. Everywhere else, sow seeds 10-12 weeks before the last frost and plant out right around the last frost, or direct seed them into the garden after all danger of frost has passed. Provide a strong trellis or support for vines to climb. #growfloret #floretseeds #farmerflorist #floretbook #BHGTakeover #BHGFlowers @floretflower