Tuesday, July 22, 2008
I bought these perenniel sweet peas on my spring plant buying spree. I remembered them fondly since my former neighbor Edith had them. After some careful consideration we planted them next to the fence, and put a cage around them. They are growing and blooming beautifully, but I can already see that we have barely contained their exuberance. It's a nice change from the scrawny sweet peas I have planted in the past. I guess if they get out of control and begin to envelop the car, I can always cut them back.