Lathyrus odoratus 'Chatsworth'
Chatsworth is a beautiful lavender blue sweet pea with a great scent and, if grown well, will give you five or six flowers per stem!
Ideal for romantic summer bouquets, this variety is fairly new to us but looks set to become a favourite.
The Duchess of Devonshire, the last of the Mitford sisters, lived at Chatsworth and was president of the Sweet Pea Society for many years.
Height: About 1.8m
Sow: From November to March, undercover, In Spring can be sown direct or into pots. Protect seed from mice.
Flowers: May to September, depending on when sown
Where to plant: Perfect for flower beds in the open or against a sunny wall; cottage gardens; courtyard gardens, cutflower gardens. Especially good for large containers.
Min. 15 seeds per pack