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Suttons Kids Sweet Pea Seeds

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Approved Suttons seeds retailer 35 Seeds Did you know that I am related to the tasty little green garden peas, but you can’t eat me! Originally I came from Italy and my flowers come in every colour of the rainbow, except yellow. Height 180cm (6'). FUN TO GROW - A fun, educational way to get children growing flowers and veg Great for party bags or christmas stockings! Fun growing indoor and outdoors! FREE stickers, magnifying glass and measuring tape inside certain packets of seeds - contents may vary. Growing Information Sow your seeds from March to May. Sow your seeds, four or five into small plant pots of compost and grow them on a sunny windowsill from March. Alternatively, plant them in the garden from April. Sow them two fingers deep and water well. When your plants are as tall as the seed packet, snip off the growing tip, this will form bushier plants with more flowers. Grow your plants up canes, cutting flower stems as they open to use as super smelly posies in your house. See your flowers from July to September.
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