This old fashioned Grandiflora sweet pea, with its intense fragrance, is looks almost black in some lights and the darkest maroon in other lights. Relatively small flowered it makes up for with a mass of blooms.
This hybrid between Lathyrus odoratus and the recently discovered Turkish species Lathyrus belinensis has extraordinary flowers which change colour from maroon- violet to mauve blue with hints of aquamarine.
This delightful sweet pea is a hybrid between Lathyrus odoratus and the closely related and recently discovered, intensely fragrant Turkish species Lathyrus belinensis. The flowers have light pink upper petals and blue lower petals.
This beautiful climber, happy in sun or light shade, is an annual in cold climates but can be perennial in warmer areas. It will grow 1.5-2 metres in a season. Plant seed inside during spring into the garden during late spring and early summer. Read more about Thunbergia alata ‘Golden Eyes’
‘Bunny Ears’ has the classic pansy face beneath unusually long rabbit ear top petals. Makes a charmingly different compact plant suitable for small pots, a front spot in the garden or between paving slabs. Sow autumn until mid spring.