A non climbing sweet pea forming clumps of dense foliage and producing spikes of orangy-yellow flowers usually around mid summer. Each flower head is around 1.5 to 2cm long and there can be anything up to 25 blooms per flowering stem. Deciduous in nature dying right down to the ground in winter before new growth resumes in the spring and is fully hardy in the UK.
Tolerates most soils and should be given full sun to part shade. A bit floppy in nature so may need support to keep tidy. Larger, more mature clumps that have room to spread out and then grow upright will usually look after themselves.
Sent as a young plant in a 9cm pot.
Photos by peganum from Small Dole, Englandn and Kurt Stüber