7 thoughts on “Flower of the Day: 28.10.2017 Sweet Pea

  1. That looks like one we know as perennial pea. Renee Shepherd of Renee’s Garden Seed, happens to be my neighbor. She used to send me many samples of here sweet peas. I sent many to my niece down south. Anyway, it was fun to try all the weird varieties. The funny thing is that the perennial pea has naturalized all over here neighborhood, and looks so good without any maintenance. They mostly look like your picture, but some are lighter pink and a few are white. Of course, I had to get seed from the white ones, but the seedlings are same proportions of pink and white as what we see on the roadside.

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