Another oldy & goody and so fragrant Sweet Pea introduced in 1901 and named after the famous Victorian gardener. This one bears glowing deep pinky-apricot flowers and will look gorgeous with all the Spring blues. Sweet peas must have rich soil and love something to climb. Cutting off the spent flowers will greatly increase the bloom season. The ultimate cut flower, of course. Oh, and don't forget to bait snails. Re-seeds!