Early Flowering

This variety is best for warmer climates.

Early flowering Sweet Peas have been bred especially to flower when the day length is shorter.  Requiring 10 hours of sunlight instead of 12 hours to activate flowering. Grown outdoors in the normal way, they will flower 2-3 weeks earlier than the other varieties.

It is important that Sweet Peas grown in warmer areas have finished flowering by the time humidity sets in.  Sweet Peas will develop powdery mildew if grown in humid conditions.  So these are perfect for the warmer areas of Australia. 

More early flowering varieties are:

Gawler

Early Multiflora

Winter Flowering