This is the most free-blooming and fragrant sweet pea I've ever grown. The vigorous plants produce many bicolor flowers of violet-blue and maroon-red. The glorious fragrance can be detected from several feet away. It also self-sows plentifully in my garden.
Sowing Sweet Pea Seeds:
Nick seeds with fingernail clippers and soak overnight. Sow outdoors in early spring, 1" deep and 3" apart. In the south, sow in late fall. Full sun to part shade. Rich, moist, well-drained soil. Seeds are poisonous.