5 thoughts on “How to Grow Sweet Peas from Seed – Lathyrus Odoratus Cut Flower Garden

    Vicki Gade

    (February 8, 2020 - 1:18 pm)

    Awesome! I just came across your channel and a new subscriber 👏. I love watching You Tube Garden videos but you are in Kentucky which is my home as well.

    Timothy K

    (February 8, 2020 - 1:18 pm)

    Now I know why my sweet peas were so stunted last year!! They got 5 inches tall and I ended up pulling them up. This was helpful, I've already been winter sowing and I'm about to start some more sweet peas and snapdragons 😍 love this time of year! They just put out all of the summer bulbs, the dahlias and peonies etc. + fruiting shrubs/vines… I almost had tears in my eyes when I saw them 😆

    Madeline Wright

    (February 8, 2020 - 1:18 pm)

    What is that tool you use to turn over the soil? I need one haha

    Jeri Landers of Hopalong Hollow

    (February 8, 2020 - 1:18 pm)

    I admire your sweet peas and your snapdragons,.I planted both this year and was pretty encouraged about the seedlings, until I placed them in the garden where they did not do well at all. The peas produced very few blooms and the snapdragons were short with scrawny blooms. I will follow your advice by planting in the fall this time. We gardeners never give up. Thanks for all your great advice!

    FlowerGrower Smith

    (February 8, 2020 - 1:18 pm)

    Very nice – sweet peas are amazing. The fragrance is right up there with the best, especially for such a delicate bloom. Great description of the technique!

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