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<i>Lathyrus odoratus</i> 'Painted Lady'
<i>Lathyrus odoratus</i> 'Painted Lady'
<i>Lathyrus odoratus</i> 'Painted Lady'
<i>Lathyrus odoratus</i> 'Painted Lady'
<i>Lathyrus odoratus</i> 'Painted Lady'
<i>Lathyrus odoratus</i> 'Painted Lady'
<i>Lathyrus odoratus</i> 'Painted Lady'
<i>Lathyrus odoratus</i> 'Painted Lady'

Lathyrus odoratus 'Painted Lady'

grandiflora sweet pea seed Painted Lady

Intensely fragrant, deep pink and white, wavy-edged flowers appear in profusion from June to September. These beautiful, bi-coloured sweet peas are...

approx 20 seeds
£2.49
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9cm pot | seedlings
£6.99
available to order from mid summer
2 + 1 FREE 9cm pots
£13.98 £20.97
available to order from mid summer
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