This variety is excellent for warmer climates.
The Gawler series from South Australia have exceptionally good scent and are very frilly. They produce flowers on long stems making them a flowers farmers delight.
They require 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.