LATHYRUS SEEDS

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  1. LATHYRUS AUREUS

    This a superb dwarf, clump forming plant with bright orange flowers in spring on compact domes of fine foliage. Few seeds produced. ... Learn More

    $3.28

  2. LATHYRUS CHILENSIS

    A delightful hardy, perennial climber, with the vigour of Lathyrus latifolius and may be a geographical variant, from the Chilean forest edges. Long stemmed sprays of large, delicate, pale icing pink flowers, excellent for cutting, from spring to late summer. ... Learn More

    $3.08

  3. LATHYRUS CHLORANTHUS

    This lovely native of Turkey and Asia Minor produces masses of unusual flowers in the most amazing colours.....lime-green shading to yellow. It grows very rapidly when well-fed, and quickly scrambles up any available hedge or support, or lacking these will make a large mound! This rarely-offered green-flowered variety has also been sold under the name "lemonade". Although it does best from an autumn sowing it can be sown at any time. ... Learn More

    $3.48

  4. LATHYRUS LATIFOLIUS

    Large clusters of sizeable lavender-mauve flowers which sadly are not fragrant, make excellent cut flowers and are good on dry sunny slopes. A relative of the annual Sweet Pea, this bone-hardy perennial will sprawl over the available space or form a solid clump of dark green leaves smothered in flowers. Can be clipped back hard after flowering to prevent spread through self-seeding. ... Learn More

    $3.22

  5. LATHYRUS LATIFOLIUS 'ALBUS'

    Pure white pea-like flowers open in profusion in mid summer on this perennial climber that will thrive in most soils of reasonable quality, preferring full sun or partial shade. A good climber for a border, it may also be used to cover a wall or scramble over a bank if you have an empty space or a feature that needs disguising. ... Learn More

    $3.42

  6. LATHYRUS LATIFOLIUS 'RED PEARL'

    Heavy trusses of bright red, fleshy, substantial flowers, open on long, strong stems, which grow for a long time in spring and midsummer on this perpetual, bone hardy, very perennial old favourite. If possible try to plant it where it has good strong climbing support. ... Learn More

    $3.42

  7. LATHYRUS LATIFOLIUS 'WHITE PEARL'

    The superlative and seldom seen pure white variety of the more commonly pink perennial pea. Improves in vigour year by year. ... Learn More

    $3.28

  8. LATHYRUS LAXIFLORUS

    Masses of white and mauve pea flowers over hairy grey creeping foliage. Superb over rocks in hot spot. Very long-lived and hardy. ... Learn More

    $3.95

  9. LATHYRUS NIGER

    A rare, clump forming hardy perennial carrying sprays of purple flowers in spring and early summer. 'Niger' refers to the bizarre transformation in autumn, when the perfectly preserved black skeleton of the plant remains throughout the winter. ... Learn More

    $3.15

  10. LATHYRUS NISSOLIA

    A striking annual member of the pea family with crimson-pink flowers produced on long stalks, singly or in pairs, from May to July. Can be grown amongst meadow plants such as Oxeye daisies, Red Clover, and Tufted vetch, and also grasses, the narrow leaves camouflaging the plant well when not in flower, with the angled erect stems reaching up to 90cm. ... Learn More

    $3.08

  11. LATHYRUS ODORATUS 'CUPANII'

    This beautiful plant is probably the most primitive of sweet peas, and has been used in much hybridisation as it is also one of the most fragrant. Very quick-growing, it is also valuable on account of its heat tolerance. ... Learn More

    $3.08

  12. LATHYRUS PRATENSIS

    Clusters of four to twelve bright yellow flowers are borne over a long period between May and August, supported on a scrambling stem growing up to 60cm. The plant is most attractive to butterflies, bees and wasps, and after flowering, shiny black seeds develop and are held in pods resembling those on a vegetable pea. ... Learn More

    $3.02

  13. LATHYRUS ROTUNDIFOLIUS

    An easy-to-grow plant bearing countless strong stems each carrying 6 to 10 large, terracotta to brick-red flowers, all summer long, amongst a compact mass of pretty, rounded leaves. This rather rare RHS 'Award of Garden Merit' Winner is the Persian version of the everlasting pea. ... Learn More

    $3.82

  14. LATHYRUS SATIVUS

    This very long-blooming, vigorous and early pea produces a scrambling dome of small purple flowers, that will soon cover a small shrub or climbing frame, over a very long period. The seeds of this unusual pea are rumoured to have been found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun. ... Learn More

    $2.75

  15. LATHYRUS SATIVUS ALBUS

    This very long-blooming, vigorous and early pea produces a scrambling dome of small white flowers, that will soon cover a small shrub or climbing frame, over a very long period. The seeds of this unusual pea are rumoured to have been found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun. ... Learn More

    $2.75

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