Blooms of the 'Pageantry' selection of sweet pea variety from Spencer are big and have a reddish-purple hue. These flowers are faintly aromatic.
Blooms of the 'Painted Lady' selection of sweet pea have pink petals and white wings. The flowers are old fashioned and are available in a delightful bi-color variety of pink and white. The first seeds of this pink bloom were sent by a Franciscan monk, Francis Cupani from Sicily to England way back in 1699. The present selection is a modification of the older variety that had smaller blooms. The modern variety has more and larger flowers. Normally, each stalk of the plant supports three to four flowers that are very highly aromatic.
This variety of sweet pea from Spencer bears gorgeously mauve or pale purplish flowers.
Spencer's 'Pamela' sweet pea selection bears light lavender hued blooms growing on long stalks. They are ideal as cut flowers and are heavily aromatic.
Blooms of 'Panache' sweet pea variety from Spencer are available in lavender mauve hues. These flowers grow on extended stems and are faintly perfumed. They are also perfect as cut flowers.
This variety of sweet pea is a blend of dwarf plants that grow up to a height of only 12-15 inches. Each stem of the plant supports three to four faintly tousled blooms found in red, light and deep blue, pink and sometimes also in scarlet and white shades. This variety of sweet pea is ideal for bedding in the garden or growing on fences. The blooms are lightly aromatic.
Flowers of the 'Pat Mitchell' selection of sweet pea from Spencer are available in vivid rosy pink shades with slight superimposition of orange hue. Each stalk of the plant supports five or six flowers that are nicely undulating. The flowers are mildly perfumed.
Blooms of 'Patricia Ann' sweet pea selection from Spencer have gorgeous veins and dark hues. This sweet pea variety has been named after Patricia Ann Bradbrook from Adelaide in Australia, who had been successful in a contest and was offered to name a sweet pea after her.
Sweet pea 'Patricia Anne' from Spencer bears big blooms that are available in light lavender shade. The petals of the flower are reflexed and undulating. They have a white background with profound shades of lavender, but are completely white in the middle. The wings too are broad, undulating and have the same hue as the petals. Blooms of this variety of sweet pea are heavily perfumed.
Blooms of the 'Peach Sundae' variety of sweet pea from Spencer are available in red as well as pink colors. They are pleasantly perfumed too.
Spencer's 'Peacock' selection of sweet pea bears undulating blooms that resemble butterflies in flight. The petals are beautifully undulating and initially when in blossom appear shiny white just about having lilac flecks. The edges of the petals are creamy, while the underside has an intense hue. Later, the petals have a brilliant rose purple hue with a whitish centre. The underside of the petals is darker. The wings of 'Peacock' sweet pea are initially somewhat untidy and more undulating compared to the petals. The wings have the same hue as the petals and their underside is paler than the façade. The keel is whitish with purple wire. The color transformation in the flowers is very visible, but the effect is often lesser as bright colors of the mature flowers are somewhat subdued by the soft and light hues of the new blooms. The flowers growing on long stalks are sweetly perfumed and ideal for garden display and as cut flowers.
This selection of sweet pea from Spencer bears flowers that are creamy hued with shades of soft pink. The flowers grow on long stalks and each stem normally supports three to four blooms that are nicely perfumed. 'Pearl' sweet pea blooms are a brilliant option for display at floral exhibitions.
Flowers of Spencer's 'Peerless Pink' sweet pea selection are available in intense rosy pink hue.
Named after the British television's first gardening celebrity, blooms of 'Percy Thrower' sweet pea variety from Spencer are big and have a dynamic lavender shade on a white background. Each stem of the plant supports four to five flowers that often have a lilac shade. These flowers grow in abundance and are very highly perfumed.
Blooms of 'Perfume Delight' sweet pea from Grandiflora comprise a blend of a number of hues. This sweet pea variety can endure extreme heat. Blooms of this variety of sweet pea are available in very vivacious hues of white, rose, red, purple, pink, scarlet, cream, blue and salmon. The flowers usually remain in bloom for four to six weeks, which is more than most varieties of sweet pea flowers.
This variety of sweet pea bears flowers that are cerise or vivid pinkish red with intense blue flakes.
Blooms of 'Phoebe' sweet pea variety from Spencer have a wonderful assortment of flecks in different hues - vivid pinkish red or cerise, orange and red. Petals of the flowers are undulating, ivory white hued at the bottom, while the remaining part is vividly striped in red, cerise or orange. The wings are curved downward, undulating and have the same hues as the petals. The flowers of this variety are mildly aromatic.
Flowers of this variety of sweet pea from Modern Grandiflora possess deep reddish or carmine pink spot on a white base. This variety of sweet pea bears a unique bloom of the 'Ripple' series. This variety actually presents fantastic two-tone blooms in pink and white and is nicely perfumed. The blooms grow on long stems and are ideal as cut flowers, for use in bouquets as well as display in floral exhibitions.
As the name suggests, blooms of this variety of sweet pea from Spencer are lacy and have a tender pink hue that is excellent for bouquets. The petals of the flowers have an intense rosy pink hue that becomes lighter around the bottom portion of the lobes and are mildly undulating. The wings too are slightly undulating and beautifully pointed. In addition, like the petals the wings also have a lighter hue along the edges. The flowers of the 'Pink Bouquet' sweet pea are very highly scented.
Spencer's 'Pink Expression' sweet peas bear big blooms that have sugar pink shades on a white base. The petals are hugely undulating and are whitish with a trace of cream at the bottom. The petals are also veined in deep sugar pink hue and uniformly colored. However, the white background is very prominent on the façade as well as on the underside. The wings have a similar hue as the petal, but a little more intensely hued. They have a lighter hue at the bottom and are nicely undulating. Some blooms are also found in duplex. The pointed end of the whitish keel has an inclination to look through. This is one of the pink varieties that blooms late in the season and the flowers are heavily perfumed.
This variety of sweet pea from Spencer was first developed in New Zealand. The blooms have brilliant rosy pink flecks and the colors are even on both sides of the petals.
Blooms of Spencer's 'Pink Leamington' variety of sweet pea are available in salmon (reddish-pink) pink hue with a creamy color in the middle. The flowers are delicately aromatic.
Flowers of this variety of sweet pea are small and tousled. Belonging to the dwarf variety, the blooms have a shell pink hue. They grow in abundance and are profusely perfumed.
Blooms of the 'Pink Persuasion' selection of sweet pea from Spencer are available in pink hue with a whitish centre.
'Pink Reflections' sweet pea from Spencer is actually a blend of choicest assortment of hues ranging from shades of soft pink to intense rose. They are available in these individual colors as well as bi-colors of the two hues. The flowers are intensely aromatic.
This variety of sweet pea is a latest addition in the 'Cupid' assortment. Blooms in this variety are found in different hues, including salmon or reddish-pink rose, violet, purple, cherry and bi-colors of red and white, carmine and white as well as maroon and white.
Blooms of the 'Pip Tremewan' sweet pea selection from Spencer are available in brilliant mauve or pale purplish hue. The flowers grow on long and sturdy stalks making them ideal for use as cut flowers. The blooms of 'Pip Tremewan' are slightly perfumed.
Spencer's 'Pluto' sweet pea selection bears flowers that have the most profound navy blue color. Sometimes the navy blue is superimposed with an orange shade and the color of these flowers does not blanch or become paler even during the hottest summers. The flowers are elegantly undulating and are nicely perfumed.
'Potted Fragrance' is an Australian blend of dwarf sweet pea variety. The blooms of this sweet pea selection are brightly hued and ideal for decorating window boxes, borders in a garden or pots. The flowers are also sweetly perfumed.
Blooms of the 'Powdered Lady' sweet pea are an old fashioned variety. The petals of the flowers are pinkish, while the wings are whitish in color. Each stalk of the plant bears only one or two flowers that are very highly perfumed.
The 'Pre-Spencer Grandiflora Mix' selection of sweet pea is actually a blend of different Grandiflora assortment. Blooms of this sweet pea selection are heavily aromatic.
Blooms of the 'Pretty Polly' sweet pea selection from Spencer are available in salmon pink hue with traces of light orange. The flowers do not lose color even in bright sunlight or heat. The flowers grow in vigorously and are elegantly undulating.
Blooms of the 'Prima Donna' sweet pea from Grandiflora are a standard old fashioned variety that is available in a soft pinkish hue. The petals of the flower are nicely curved to the fore and placed beautifully over the wings. They have a light rosy hue that becomes whitish at the bottom and also at the pointed end. The underside of the petals has a more intense hue. The wings are very light in color - whitish with a mist of rosy hue. The wings have a lighter hue below and are stoutly curved in the region of the whitish keel. The flowers are supported by long stems and each stalk support around three to four blooms making them ideal for use as cut flowers and exhibition.
Grandiflora's 'Prince Edward of York' sweet pea selection bears flowers that have a delightful rosy salmon in hue. According to some people, the petals have salmon carmine (a combination of pink and vivid reddish hue). The wings are rosy hued with a magenta shade. Each stalk of the plant bears three to four blooms. Many cultivators of this variety of sweet pea complain that the flowers fade once they are cut, but this aspect can be avoided by adding some sulphate of iron to water.
Blooms of this variety of sweet pea from Grandiflora are available in an orange and rose bi-color. This variety has a tendency to burn out in warmer conditions. According to many, the 'Prince of Orange' sweet pea has been named in admiration of the Dutch Royal Family or the House of Orange. Blooms of this popular sweet pea variety are fragrant, but the plants are of vine category and require fencing for growth.
Blooms of the 'Princess Elizabeth' sweet pea selection from Spencer have a salmon or reddish pink shade on a gorgeous creamy background.
Petals of the 'Princess Juliana' variety of sweet pea blooms from Spencer have a light rosy hue with a cream colored base. The petals are quite small, nicely undulated and have a deeper hue on the façade than the underside. The wings have the same hue as the petals and tidily undulated, but at times appear to be cluttered. Blooms of this variety of sweet pea are faintly aromatic.
Hybridized by Eckford in 1885, flowers of the 'Princess of Wales' sweet pea selection from Grandiflora are very large, attractive and have a lavender and white hue. The petals grow straight, but are curved to the fore at the top on either side. At the bottom, the petals are spreading backwards and have a whitish background with a misty shade of mauve or pale purple. The underside of the petals has a deeper hue and is well picoteed that become obvious as the petals roll to the fore. The wings are wide, slanted downwards and curved within. The wings have a whitish background with a misty lavender shade on the front, while the overturned side has a peach-like lavender white hue. The 'Princess of Wales' is a beautiful old fashioned bloom that has pale blue streaks on a light white background. The wings of this sweet pea variety resemble the 'Senator' flowers to some extent, but have more bluish stripes and spots. The wings are also more covered compared to the petals. The flowers grow on long stems and each stalk normally supports three blooms. They are an excellent choice for cut flowers and display at floral exhibitions.
Spencer's 'Pulsar' sweet pea, also known as 'Lilac Ripple', is an attractive variety that bears light lavender streaked blooms. The buds have a yellowish hue with a mauve or pale purple base. The flowers are large and have a white background that is gorgeously flecked with purple shade making them appear light-colored. The petals are nicely undulating, while the wings are seldom reflexed below. The wings and the underside of the petals have wires. The petals are also picoteed along the rims. The blooms grow on long stems growing up to a height of six feet and are heavily perfumed. The 'Pulsar' blooms have a huge demand among the floral artists.
Blooms of the 'Purple Flake' sweet pea selection from Spencer have purple-violet stripes on an off-white or beige background. This is a new variety of sweet pea from New Zealand.
Grandiflora's 'Purple Prince' sweet pea bears small flowers that do not have any special quality. Introduced by Eckford even before 1894, 'Purple Prince' sweet peas bear intense maroon and purple bi-color blooms. The petals have a profound maroon hue, while the wings are pale purplish in color. The colors develop best when there is bright sunlight. The blooms grow on tall stems and each stem supports as many as four flowers. The 'Purple Prince' sweet pea is effective as a screening plant when it is blended with 'Violet Queen'.
'Purple Velvet' sweet pea from Spencer bears gorgeous purplish blooms that are pleasantly aromatic. Plants of this variety of sweet pea are easy to cultivate.