Sweet Peas

Sweet Peas

April in Paris

Strongly fragrant, cream-colored flowers with a lavender edge. Originally registered by the name, ‘High Scent’. A popular variety bred by Keith Hammett in New Zealand. Very fragrant.

 

 

Valerie Harrod

A warm coral pink color characterizes flowers of ‘Valerie Harrod.’ The color lightens toward the base of the petals. Nicely ruffled and fragrant. A good grower.

 

Judith Wilkinson

A beautiful, ruffled carmine red sweet pea with wonderful fragrance. Great for cutting.

 

 

Just Julia

This sweet pea is a 2011 introduction. It has ruffled mid-blue flowers with long stems and fragrance. It also won an Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticulturial Society in 2012. One of Steve’s favorites. 

 

Enigma

Strongly fragrant, pale pink flowers with an unusual dark pink stripe. A new variety bred by Keith Hammett in New Zealand. Very fragrant!

 

 

Windsor

‘Windsor’ is the most impressive chocolate maroon sweet pea available. This variety is recommended for cutting and has a pleasing, sweet fragrance.

 

John Gray

This beautiful newer variety has large, ruffled flowers that are pale pink on a white background. It received an Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in England.

 

White Frills

The large, pure white, heavily frilled flower of this sweet pea are produced on strong stems.

 

Gwendoline

A superb fragrant, deep rose-pink sweet pea, shading to white at the base of the petals. It has won the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society. Wonderfully fragrant, deep pink flowers that shade to white.

 

Ethel Grace

An outstanding lavender sweet pea with large ruffled petals. It is a good performer with a strong fragrance.

 

Lady Nicholson

Nicely ruffled flower with mauve striping and flecking, and a good scent.

 

By | 2017-11-09T15:08:02+00:00 November 9th, 2017|New in the Gardens|4 Comments

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  1. MARLENE BEACH November 10, 2017 at 12:06 pm - Reply

    I️ am out of town and I️ want to reserve a couple of the seeetpeas that have come in! Steve said to contact you and you would hold for me!

    • Roger's Gardens November 13, 2017 at 9:53 am - Reply

      Hi Marlene,

      The best way to reserve some plants is just to give us a call at 949 640-5800. We can do the sale on the phone and have them ready for you when you arrive. Glad you are interested – you will not be disappointed.

      Ron

  2. Heather January 12, 2018 at 8:11 am - Reply

    I phoned yesterday to reserve sweet peas but told you don’t do that. To read this post is very disappointing to me.

    • Roger's Gardens January 15, 2018 at 9:30 am - Reply

      Hi Heather,

      Unfortunately, we cannot reserve or hold sweet peas and have to sell them on a first come-first serve basis, but we can sell you sweet peas and place them into our customer “Sold” area for pickup a couple of days later. For this you would need to tell us which varieties you want and how many, but I think it accomplishes what you are looking for. If this is satisfactory, just have your list ready and give us a call. Of course, we will need your credit card information as well.

      I hope this helps.

      Ron

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