Sweet pea Lady Turral is an old-fashioned variety with a bushy shape and an abundance of flowers. Headily-scented, its bi-coloured magenta blooms are more delicate in shade than the vibrant King Edward VII and create a captivating display when tucked into a vase of paler sweet peas. We grow Lady Turral at Easton Walled Gardens every year, so – of course – it comes highly recommended.
All you need to know about to get sowing and start growing…
Height: About 1.4m
Where to plant:
Flower beds in the open or against a sunny wall.
- Cottage gardens
- Courtyard gardens
- Cut flower gardens
- Especially good for large containers
Capturing the Gardens’ magic in a illustrated seed tin…
Sweet pea seeds grown and harvested with this much care deserve to have a thoughtful container to keep them stable and dry. So we made a fully-recyclable seed tin – decorated with an original Easton Collection design. Created by Ursula Cholmeley and blooming with sweet peas, the design reflects the colours found in the Arts and Crafts motifs of the Edwardian era when sweet peas were as adored at Easton as they are today.
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