Lathyrus The Pearl Collection

Delivery Date: 03/07/2020 (+/- 14 days)
Contribution to P&P: £4.95


  • Flower Colour Pink, Red, White
  • Hardiness Fully hardy perennial, Hardy Perennial
  • Flowering Time Long Flowering, Summer & Autumn
  • Aspect Full Sun
  • Height 1.8-2.4m (6-8')
  • Spread 100cm (40")
  • Other Bees and Butterflies, Climber, Flowers For Cutting/Drying, Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest, Great Ground Cover, Ideal for Beginners, Suitable for Container
  • Category Perennials
  • Type of garden Container Gardening, Contemporary Gardening, Cottage Garden, Cutting Garden, Small Gardens, Urban Garden, Wildlife Garden

Lathyrus The Pearl Collection (RT17YLMC15)
£18.00 - 15 young plants (5 of each) (£1.20 each)
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Lathyrus The Pearl Pink (RT17YLP3)
£9.00 - 3 young plants (£3.00 each)
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Lathyrus The Pearl White (RT17YLW3)
£9.00 - 3 young plants (£3.00 each)
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Lathyrus The Pearl Collection (RT17YLMC9)
£13.50 - 9 young plants (three of each) (£1.50 each)
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Erigeron karinskianus Profusion AGM (RT17YEP3)
£11.99 - 3 young plants (£4.00 each)
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Erigeron karinskianus Profusion AGM (RT17YEP12)
£12.00 - 12 young plants (£1.00 each)
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Lathyrus The Pearl Red (RT17YLR3)
£9.00 - 3 young plants (£3.00 each)
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Description

Everlasting Sweet Peas- HALF PRICE
Much admired for their scents and vigorous twinning abilities, but often disappointed by their tender short-lived nature, with this collection you can enjoy year-after-year. Now every summer you can cut your own flowers. Team with rose and lavender for the ultimate English garden pairing! Height 2.4m and spread 1m. 


This collection comprises of-
1) The Pearl- pink
2) The Pearl-red
3) The Pearl- white


Reblooming Fleabane (Erigeron)- SAVE OVER £35
Looking exceptional in gardens now and flowering non-stop for 10 of our 12 months why wouldn’t you want this plant? An ever-changing wash of dainty daisies, first they appear brilliant-white then one-by-one they slowly transform from pink to cerise red and create and ever-changing floral display. The best way to enjoy this free-spirited must-have perennial, is to let it do its thing where it will self-seed at will. It prefers full sun.

Cultural Notes

  • Soil - Well drained
  • Position - Sun or part shade
  • Cutting - Good for cutting
  • Flowering - Summer and autumn
  • Additional Information - Remove flowers regularly to encourage further blooms. Cut the plants back in autumn and they will shoot again the following spring. Propagate by seed in spring or autumn. Seeds may cause mild stomach upset if ingested. Hardy perennial.