my paternal grandmother had them growing in her yard
always a bouquet on the table.
I think of them through the years and have never planted and now with smaller garden I have 3
bare trellises where roses did not grow these damp woods.
will look on Amazon and there they were
They grow wild, the color pink on some of these country roads but this is a mixture of beautiful colors
and the description says they are fragrant.
So seeds with special memories will be planted and also remember my father calling me
when I was growing up
hated it as time went by.......
Strange as you age - so many memories surface.
Have never seen these plants a Lowe's.
Sunny, breezy day.
They will be so pretty growing in your garden. We have the wild pink ones, but this assortment of colors looks wonderful. I like the memories you shared, too.
Easier to grow from see then transplant I would think. I love them and used to have them growing on a small white fence in front of my wee small (1st) home. I haven't grown them in years. I wonder if they would grown in a porch railing planter and cascade down? I may experiment this spring.
My mother grew them in the Colorado mountains. They were brilliant climbing a trellis under a window!
My mother grew them and oh how they climbed, I still recall the smell.
Your chicken soup and scarves look good. I'm a scarf woman.
I do love sweet peas. Sometimes they grow well, and other years not at all. Such a gift when they do.
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