Cut flower sweet peas are one of the most amazing flowers a gardener can ever experience, but they are not always the easiest to grow.
Starting them at that time means they will germinate quite quickly because it is still warm but the weather soon cools and they won't grow out of.
So don't try to grow them on a fire escape in a pot with 12 inches of soil. If you have a patch of earth, though, and some memories of sweet peas.
Freshly picked homegrown peas are simply irresistible. So sweet, they rarely make it to the kitchen. Classic green shelling peas are best known.
Seeds planted in pots will grow quickly into strong, vigorous climbers that can go into the ground in a couple of months, ensuring your garden is.
I like to grow sweet peas up bean stick wigwams although last summer, for the wedding, we grew a lot in rows as cordons supported by single.
Sweet pea shrubs, also known as sweet pea bushes, are broad-leaf to prune is an important part of creating a flourishing plant, says Brooklyn Botanic Garden.