Blooms of this variety of sweet pea from Modern Grandiflora are deep purplish pink and red in color. The flowers are actually in raspberry pink hue and have intense rosy red marks. When they initially blossom, the petals have a light vermillion color that transforms into brilliant vermillion. The petals are also tousled and waved. Some petals slant to the fore, while some others grow straight. The wings have the same color as the petals and are rippled. In general, the flowers have a vivid impact and are heavily aromatic. The blooms are ideal for growing in containers during summer and winter and also for displays.
Spencer's 'Red Ace' selection of sweet pea bears large blooms that are nicely placed and have a scarlet hue. The flowers are delicately aromatic.
'Red Arrow' sweet pea from Spencer bears scarlet hued large blooms and is a favorite since long. The petals of 'Red Arrow' are faintly tousled and have a somewhat even orange scarlet hue that loses color along the rims. Blooms of this variety of sweet pea are considered to be one of the best among the red selection. The underside of the petals is more evenly hued. The wings are creased to a large extend downward and are similarly hued as the petals with a whitish base. The flowers grow on long stalks that grow up to six feet and are perfect for display. The blooms do not discolor even in bright sunlight and are seldom aromatic.
Blooms of the 'Red Ensign' sweet pea selection from Spencer are available in vibrant red hue. The flowers are somewhat small and faintly undulating. They are some times available in purple-red color and are faintly aromatic.
Blooms of the 'Red Ripple' variety of sweet pea selection from Spencer are available in spectacular reddish streaked hues. The petals of the flowers are vaguely tousled and the rims have an inclination to curve backward. They have a whitish background with slight stripes of purple visible from the back. The petals seldom have any wire and have a blotch of profound cerise purple at the bottom and centre. The wings of the flowers are slanted downwards near the keel and curved underneath. Underside of the wings is thinly vivid pinkish red with a purplish stripe around the rims and above the keel. The wings have a thick radiating pattern of stripes that becomes paler to an almost white area. The underside of the wings are whitish that is obvious from behind that are somewhat lighter in hue and obviously more reddish. Blooms of 'Red Ripple' somewhat resemble the flowers of 'Kyle the Clown', but are reduced in intensity of color.
Developed in the honor of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth on the birth centenary of the Queen Mother, blooms of Spencer's 'Regal Reflections' sweet pea variety are available in double shades of lavender. The plants are easy to grow and the blooms are very highly perfumed and ideal as cut flowers.
Spencer's 'Remembrance' sweet pea selection bears profound maroon scarlet blooms. When the flowers blossom initially the petals are cerise or vivid pinkish red and maroon, while the rims have a darker shade. Later, the petals transform into chocolate purplish hue and are faintly tousled. The wings also open like the petals and have lighter tips. Afterward, the wings change to chocolate purplish color with a deep scarlet hue underneath. The keel of 'Remembrance' sweet pea flowers is mauve or pale purplish in color and the entire flower appears to be vaguely tousled.
Blooms of Spencer's 'Renaissance' sweet pea variety are available in spectacular bi-color. The flowers are small and attractive with intense rosy pink petals, while the wings have a lighter shade of pink. This variety of sweet pea is one of the first bi-colors developed by Keith Hammett. The flowers are nicely perfumed.
Flowers of 'Restormel' sweet pea selection from Spencer are pale orange red, large and grow on strong stems. The petals are generally undulating, evenly colored and have a superb form. The petals have a light orange reddish hue with scarlet picotee and the underside is beautifully gleaming. Normally, the wings are also undulating, evenly hued with thick veins of scarlet color. As the wings have a lighter hue, the veins are visible underneath. This variety of sweet pea blossoms quite late in the season and appear to be fragile. 'Restormel' blooms are often compared with 'Garden News', but they are surely better for floral displays at exhibitions. The blooms do not suffer from bud drop and are pleasantly aromatic.
Blooms of the 'Rhapsody in Blue' sweet pea selection from Spencer are available in a mixture of blue hues and types. The blooms range from very intense blue to light blue and sometimes even simple white hue. Blooms of this variety of sweet pea are ideal for display in the garden and are elegantly perfumed too.
'Richard and Judy' sweet pea from Spencer is named after the husband-wife television presenters bearing two-toned contrasting hued blooms. The petals are uniformly undulating, are pale purplish with whitish base, while the reverse is more intensely hued. The wings of this sweet pea variety are large and drooping at the edges. Compared to the petals, the wings have a lighter hue, are nicely veined and are lighter and faintly shining along the rims. The underside is lightly hued. The keel is shiny white with purplish edges. The flowers are very heavily perfumed.
Blooms of the 'Richard Davey' sweet pea variety are available in pale purple hues and are faintly aromatic. This variety of sweet pea has derived its name from a renowned gardener.
The 'Robert Uvedale' sweet pea assortment from Spencer bears big blooms that are brilliantly and boldly colored. The blooms have an outstanding color arrangement. The petals have an intense vivid pinkish red hue that fades to white along the edges. They are nicely, but faintly undulating and grow straight. The wings have a deeper hue that is somewhat like solid carmine underneath, while the color at the base and edges is much lighter. The wings are also smooth and gorgeous. Named after Dr. Robert Uvedale, the blooms are basically a little lighter variety of the 'Her Majesty' sweet pea flowers. This variety of sweet pea is faintly perfumed.
Modern Grandiflora's 'Romeo' sweet pea selection bears charming blooms with purplish picotees. The buds of the plant are just about primrose hued but somewhat creamy with purplish wire. The petals grow straight and have a white background with faint creamy misty shades. They have narrow purple veins and tidy purple bristles around the throat. The petals have a fainter hue on the underside. The wings are creased down and have the same color as the petals. They are somewhat chaste white on the reverse. The keel is creamy with a purplish tip. The flowers are outstandingly attractive, but are relatively small resembling the Spencer variety of blooms in this category. The blooms are very highly perfumed.
Blooms of this variety of sweet pea from Spencer grow in abundance and are available in a scarlet hue. The petals are reflexed, undulating and have a white background with shades of scarlet. The wings are extended, undulating and have the same color as the petals. The blooms of 'Ron Entwistle' are faintly aromatic.
The 'Rosalind' variety of sweet pea from Spencer bears smoothly undulating flowers with rosy pink shades on a creamy background. The keel of the flower too is creamy hued. This variety of sweet pea flowers grows in abundance on long stems and is nicely perfumed. They are good as cut flowers and display.
Blooms of Spencer's 'Rosanna Alice' selection of sweet pea have purplish streaks that are more intense than those in the 'Pulsar' flowers. 'Rosanna Alice' flowers are pleasantly aromatic.
Spencer's 'Rosemary Padley' sweet peas bear flowers that are intensely glossy red with shades of the cherry hue. Often the flowers are also described as ruby red. The flowers grow robustly and can endure bright sunlight.
The 'Rosemary Verey' sweet pea selection from Spencer bears flowers in a blend of pink hues having shades of luxuriant cream. This variety of sweet pea has derived its name from a famous garden writer. The blooms are heavily perfumed.
Blooms of Spencer's 'Rosina' sweet pea variety are big and grow on elongated stalks. The flowers are available in lavender hue and are highly aromatic.
Blooms of this variety of sweet pea from Spencer are brilliant, vivid and have orange-cerise flecks. The pattern of the flakes of 'Rosy Dawn' sweet pea flowers is unique and stunning. The buds are light creamy with a mist of red. The petals are almost never found to be undulating. They have a pale purple or cerise glow on a white background with a faintly uneven outline. They have cerise orange veins and both the front and the underside are same with the only difference being that the reverse does not have any wire. The wings of the flowers are vaguely undulating and possess the same hue as the petals. The flowers grow prolifically and are nicely perfumed. They grow on long stems that are about six feet and are excellent for garden display and cut flowers.
Blooms of Spencer's 'Rosy Frills' sweet pea variety are considered to be among the most beautiful flowers borne by all types of sweet pea plants. The buds are intensely creamy with brilliant shades of red. The petals are usually whitish with sugar pink picotees. On the underside, the petals have a white misty shade on luxuriant pink hue. The petals are somewhat uneven and nicely undulating. The wings are faintly undulating and have a lighter hue compared to the petals. The underside of the wings is completely white. Some flowers are found in duplex too. The petioles have a brilliant reddish hue, while the calyx has a trace of red making them add glint to the flower. The flowers blossom between late June and September and grow on long stems that are about six feet high. The blooms of 'Rosy Frills' are heavily perfumed.
Blooms of the 'Royal Baby' sweet pea selection from Spencer are available in attractive soft lavender hue. The buds are creamy hued till they blossom into full-fledged flowers. The petals grow straight and are faintly tousled. They have a lavender background with a misty shade of white, while the edges are creamy. The petals have fine bristle marks at the base and have an intense hue on the underside. The wings have the same color as the petals and are lighter underneath with the sides creased down just about the keel. The flowers have a misty shade and are heavily perfumed. They blossom a little early in the season.
This variety of sweet pea from Royal is related to the 'Royal Series' and bears flowers in a wide array of colors that include white, blue, mid blue, navy blue, crimson, scarlet, lavender, salmon pink and rose pink. The blooms are large and supported by elongated stems making them ideal for display and cut flowers. This variety of sweet pea has been popular since long, grows well in cool climatic conditions and its flowers are highly perfumed.
Blooms of the 'Royal Flush' sweet pea assortment from Spencer are very striking, big and nicely shaped. The flowers have a gorgeous creamy hue superimposed with salmon pink shade. Usually only one flower grows on one stem and they are sweetly perfumed.
The 'Royal Series' sweet pea variety has been grown from the Cuthbertsons and are available in an array of shades, including white, lavender, blue, mid blue, navy blue, crimson, scarlet, salmon pink and rose pink. The 'Royal Series' sweet pea blooms are normally bigger, grow on sturdy stalks and have a dynamic growth. However, they blossom a little later in the season. Barring the 'Royal Family' sweet pea, no other sweet pea with the pre-fix 'Royal' to its name belongs to this variety.
Flowers of the 'Royal Velvet' sweet pea from Spencer have a combination of gorgeous purple and mauve or pale purple hues. In addition, they include some other lighter shades and even white.
Blooms of the 'Royal Wedding' sweet pea selection from Spencer are usually considered to be among the finest of all white colored sweet pea flowers. The buds of this sweet pea variety are luxuriant creamy yellow in hue. The petals are beautifully undulating and have a chaste white hue with traces of cream along the rims and on the underside and at times have a shade of pink too. The wings too are suitably curved down above the keel and are faintly undulating, but not swayed downwards. The blooms are large, gorgeous and grow on long and sturdy stalks. They are pleasantly perfumed.
Named after a singer and cancer crusader, this variety of sweet pea from Spencer bears spectacular, firm and deep red hued blooms. The petals are initially creamy hued with an intense shade at the fold and then changes to a somewhat more even shade of strong carmine. While the petals have a deeper hue along the edges, the underside is same as the fa�ade. The wings have the same color as the petals, but are lighter on the underside. The keel has a creamy hue with carmine stripes. The flowers of 'Roy Castle OBE' sweet pea are very attractive and blossom a little late in the season.
Spencer's 'Roy Phillips' sweet pea variety bears cerise or pale purple flowers with creamy shades.
Blooms of the 'Ruby Anniversary' sweet pea variety from Spencer are big and have a light reddish-purple hue. The petals are nicely tousled having a cerise purple hue. The underside of the petals is lighter at the base. The wings have a faintly lighter hue, are tousled and visibly lighter underneath. The blooms are very attractive and have an even hue. They are also pleasantly aromatic.