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Nitrogen Fixer Cultivation details An easily grown plant, succeeding in any moderately good garden soil but preferring a position in full sun[]. Plants are cultivated in southern Europe for their edible seed[61]. Closely related to L. This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen.

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Previous Next Native to the Mediterranean region, Lathyrus odoratus Sweet Pea is a bushy or climbing annual noted for the delicious scent of its lovely flowers. Blooming in a wide array of enchanting colors, Sweet Peas deserve a spot in sunny borders, containers, on arches and trellises where they will happily twine and release their fabulous scent.

Sweet Pea flowers feature one large, upright, round petal banner or standard ; two narrow side petals wings ; and two lower petals forming a boat-shaped structure keel. They are born on winged stems clad with pairs of medium to dark green leaflets. The stems end in tendrils which enable them to climb. Blooming in clusters, they make magnificent cut flowers and great bouquets for your home. Sweet Peas grow and bloom best in cool, mild climates where they enjoy a long blooming season, extending from spring to fall.

Sweet Peas resent hot and humid weather. As bushy annuals, Sweet Peas grow from 8 in. As climbing annuals, Sweet Peas grow up to ft. Without support, they would grow in a bushy mound to 2. Sweet Peas love full sun or light shade in rich, humusy, medium moisture, well-draining soils. Best performance occurs in cool soils with good air circulation. A heavy application of mulch will help keep the roots cool and moist.

Incorporate well-rotted organic manure before planting and apply a balanced liquid fertilizer every two weeks throughout the growing season. Avoid overhead watering. Sweet Peas are wonderful when massed in borders, containers, or climbing and twining on arches or arbors. Attractive to bees and butterflies, but ignored by deer.

Sweet Peas are susceptible to slugs, snails, Pythium root rot, powdery mildew, rust, gray mold, and various leaf spots. Excellent for garden decoration, this Spencer Sweet Pea thrives in hot conditions. It is a lovely addition to the garden and is perfect for containers where its extraordinary flowers and lovely scent can be enjoyed. Ideal for providing cut flowers that will fill your home with their wonderful fragrance too.

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Previous Next Native to the Mediterranean region, Lathyrus odoratus Sweet Pea is a bushy or climbing annual noted for the delicious scent of its lovely flowers. Blooming in a wide array of enchanting colors, Sweet Peas deserve a spot in sunny borders, containers, on arches and trellises where they will happily twine and release their fabulous scent. Sweet Pea flowers feature one large, upright, round petal banner or standard ; two narrow side petals wings ; and two lower petals forming a boat-shaped structure keel. They are born on winged stems clad with pairs of medium to dark green leaflets. The stems end in tendrils which enable them to climb. Blooming in clusters, they make magnificent cut flowers and great bouquets for your home.

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Lathyrus odoratus (Sweet Pea)

Urine, incontinence of. A paralytic affection named Lathyrism has been recognized from ancient times, and has been commonly attributed, as its name implies, to poisoning with Lathyrus, a species of pea. Our own Sweet Pea is Lathyrus odoratus. The two varieties of Lathyrus which have occasioned the poisonings are Lath. The peas are very much alike in appearance.

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White Pea References 1. Lathyrus L. Accessed December 18, Barceloux DG. Grass pea and neurolathyrism Lathyrus sativus L. Dis Mon.

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