I don’t often cut flowers to bring inside – I generally prefer them to stay where they are to grow, fade and set seed. Sweet peas though. They are the exception. This one tiny vase full of every stem in bloom (it’s still early days) scents the whole room with a perfume I could never find boring or too much.
Sweet pea scratch ‘n’ sniff
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I live, garden, write, and walk my dog in a wicked quaint east bay town in Rhode Island (zone 6b). My book, Plantiful: Start Small, Grow Big with 150 Plants that Spread, Self-Sow, and Overwinter, published by Timber Press in 2014, is available wherever books are sold. View all posts by kris