Try this Spencer variety for your own plot; this variety was displayed at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 1947 for Her Majesty The Queen. Now bring a bit of the world-famous show to your own garden and impress the neighbours.
Princess Elizabeth is a firm favourite and performs so well in the garden. Large petals come in a fluttery salmon reddish-pink on a gorgeous creamy background, making them a beautiful addition to your outdoor space.
Train them to trail, climb or even to scrambling down garden walls.
Sweet pea Princess Elizabeth has been grown for more than 60 years. It has international renown, growing in gardens across the globe.
This beautiful variety reveals lots of pink flowers throughout summer which are easy to cut to put in vases to decorate your home and bring a bit of the garden indoors.
How your seeds arrive to you
Your flower seeds arrive to you in a well-sealed seed packet – with lots of information including sowing instructions and helpful tips. Check the sell-by-date and check all instructions on the seed packet are clear and legible. When it comes to sowing check the number of seeds, where plausible, within the pack.
As a rule of thumb when your seedlings have developed around four leaves it’s time to move them to their final position. At this stage they are ready to give you flowering stems from making use of the nutrients in the soil.
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