Pinching out sweet peas will provide you with more blooms for cutting. It’s one of the wonders of growing these delightful vines. The more blooms you cut, the more will grow. Learn more in this article.
Gardener's Supply -- If you want to grow flowers from seed, start with sweet peas. The large seeds are easy to manage and most varieties germinate readily. Plus, the resulting blooms are gorgeous and sweetly scented.
Sweet Pea Vine: tougher than it looks, provided you get the plant established before the summer heats up. Try Starry Night variety for greater heat-tolerance, deadhead frequently to keep it going longer
Sweet peas evoke old fashioned cottage gardens, with their fluttering blossoms and intense fragrance. Growing sweet pea vines in the garden is both simple and rewarding, with a long season of bloom and an abundance of cutting flowers.