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Botanical Interests "Moroccan Spice" Sweet Pea Seeds

Annual. Blooms spring. Full sun. 5'-6' vines. Moroccan Spice sweet pea blend is full of exotic color and fragrance! It contains four richly colored flowers that will cover a fence, wall, or trellis and add an exotic feel to your garden. We choose each of these sweet peas for their unique qualities, rich colors, and an extended bloom period: 'Lord Nelson' is an Old Spice sweet pea. Introduced in the U.K. in 1907, it won an Award of Merit. Its deep blue color is reminiscent of the Majorelle blue you see in Marakkech, Morocco. 'Chocolate Flake' sweet pea has a bold pattern of chocolatey purple dark streaks on a white background. From the Streamers series, its richness and variation reminds us of the colors and patterns in an oriental or Persian rug. The early blooming Elegance sweet peas include 'Deep Rose', a fiery pink, and 'Burgundy', a deep wine. Their rich hues tie in nicely with the other exotic colors and a Moroccan style decor. This is a perfect blend for a cutting garden. Sow them in a sunny area for a reward of luxurious scent and rich color! See the inside of the packet for tips on creating a Moroccan style garden in your own backyard.

When to plant outside: RECOMMENDED. Cold winter climates: early spring, as soon as the soil can be worked. This means St. Patrick's Day or earlier. Warm winter climates: November to January for spring bloom.

When to start inside: 4-6 weeks before planting outside (see above).

Special Sowing & Germination Instructions: Soak seed in water for 12-24 hours or nick with sandpaper before planting.

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