Wordless Wednesday 17/6/15 – Lathyrus rotundifolius (Persian everlasting pea)



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  1. What a glorious colour!

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Rachel
      It is a wonderful colour which is why I bought it and now I have no idea where to put it!!!!! Opps!

  2. Yvone Ryan says:

    Hi Helen – Is it a relation to sweet peas? Lovely.

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Yvonne, its a perennial sweet pea so comes up every year. Well hopefully I only bought it this weekend

  3. Gary says:

    Lovely, love sweetpeas

  4. Sarah says:

    It is the most gorgeous colour, just like the crimson red in a Persian carpet. Another one for the wish list. I’m going to have to get a bigger garden or get rid of more grass.

  5. Noelle says:

    Persian colours, lovely rich and opulent.

  6. pbmgarden says:

    Beautiful. I’ve had a pink one from a dear relative for many, many years, but this red is fantastic.

  7. Yvone Ryan says:

    I have seen a very small purple/white sweet pea here, more ground cover. I think very old as in Mt Eden an old suburb in Auckland. Dr Keith Hammett breeds sweet peas here and is World renowned. Love them – haven’t really go anywhere to plant them here – boo hoo – well maybe that needs rethinking!

  8. Amy says:

    What a beauty!

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