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Lathyrus Spencer Ripple

seeds of Lathyrus Spencer Ripple. One of the most fragrant sweet pea varieties. The unique bi-colored petals and lovely smell will make this a showcase for anyone. Good for cut flowers. A Popular variety in England. This Annual will reach 2-3 feet tall. Support is needed. Blooms late spring into summer in cool climates.
Lathyrus Spencer Ripple

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Seeds from Lathyrus Spencer Ripple. One of the most fragrant sweet pea varieties. The unique bi-colored petals and lovely smell will make this a showcase for anyone. Good for cut flowers. A Popular variety in England. This Annual will reach 2-3 feet tall. Support is needed. Blooms late spring into summer in cool climates.



Lathyrus venosus Veiny pea

seeds of this wildflower Lathyrus venosus Veiny pea Veiny vetching, Wild sweet pea, Bushy vetch. This 3 foot perennial vine boast of many bluish/purple blossoms during May - July. Is hardy in zones 2-10. seeds of this wildflower Lathyrus venosus Veiny pea Veiny vetching, Wild sweet pea, Bushy vetch. This 3 foot perennial vine boast of many bluish/purple blossoms during May - July. Is hardy in zones 2-10.
Lathyrus venosus Veiny pea

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Seeds from this wildflower Lathyrus nervosus Veiny pea Veiny vetching, Wild sweet pea, Bushy vetch. This 3 foot perennial vine boast of many bluish/purple blossoms during May - July. Is hardy in zones 2-10. Butterfly Necter Source for: American Painted Lady



Lathyrus vernus

seeds of Lathyrus vernus. This non-climbing perennial sweet pea is a multi-stemmed, clump-forming plant with a bushy habit which typically grows to 12" high. Pea-like flowers are 3/4" with 5-8 flowers on the stems in April. Flowers are reddish purple with red veins, becoming more violet-blue as they mature. Pinnate, light green leaves that lack tendrils. Zones 4-8.
Lathyrus vernus

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Here I am offering a Quart Plant of one of my favorite very unusual and hard to find plants. Canna pink stripe is one of the most showy of all the cannas, and to see it in person you realize how striking it is. The leaves are a rainbow of bright colored stripes. Red, purple, gold, pink and dark blackish green streaks make these leaves so decorative that they cannot be ignored. The flowers are produced all summer as long if you keep them watered. This plant requires lots of water and is perfect for backyard ponds. Canna Lily pink stripe will die back to the ground with extended freezing temperatures but will grow right back in the spring. I have had good luck with both planting them in the ground and in containers here in my zone 8b area. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 11



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