Roger Parsons Sweet Peas incorporating Cooltonagh Irish Sweet Peas
Roger Parsons Sweet PeasincorporatingCooltonagh Irish Sweet Peas

Modern Grandiflora Varieties...

These are similar to Old-fashioned varieties but may have larger flowers, more flowers per stem or longer stems.

Strength of scent: 0 = none; 6 = strongest

Juliet Juliet

Juliet

Cream.

Introduced by Unwins in 2002.

Scent = 5

 

CCC CCC

CCC

White. Prolific flowering.

Introduced by Peter Grayson in 1999. 

Scent = 5

Royal White

White. Early-flowering. Longer stems than CCC. No picture available.

Introduced by Roger Parsons in 2014.

Scent = 4

Romeo Romeo

Romeo

White with delicate lilac edge.

Excellent scent.

Introduced by Unwins in 2000.

Scent = 6

Princess of Wales Princess of Wales

Princess of Wales

Purple flake on white ground.

Introduced by Peter Grayson in 1995.

Scent = 5

Astrid

Lavender. Early-flowering. No picture available.

Introduced by Roger Parsons in 2010.

Scent = 4

Adorabel Adorabel

Adorabel

Flowers open lavender then turn to mauve blue.

Introduced by Peter Grayson in 2013.

Scent = 5

Peggy Peggy

Peggy

Mauve.

Early-flowering.

Introduced by Roger Parsons in 2010.

Scent = 4

Captain of the Blues Captain of the Blues

Captain of the Blues

Mauve / blue bicolour.

Thought to be a reverted for of 'Captain of the Blues Spencer', introduced by Morse in 1909.

Scent = 5

Fire and Ice Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice

Crimson flake and blue bicolour.

Delightful outdoors. 
Alternatively, the crimson fades if grown under polythene to make a reverse bicolour.

Scent = 5

Violet Queen Violet Queen

Violet Queen

Violet blue.Often sold as Carters introduction of 1877, it is thought to be a reverted form of the 1920s Spencer variety of the same name, also by Carters. Introduced by Peter Grayson 1993.

Scent = 5

Matucana Matucana

Matucana

Maroon / violet bicolour.

Outstanding scent and deservedly popular.

AGM 2014

Found in a South American garden by Prof. Harland c.1955.

Scent = 6

Monty Don Monty Don

Monty Don

Dark maroon.

Raised and introduced by Roger Parsons in 2007.

Scent = 5

Donna Jones Donna Jones

Donna Jones

Scarlet.

Raised and introduced by Peter Grayson in 1998.

Scent = 5

Scarlett Scarlett

Scarlett

Mid red.

Intrdouced by Unwins in 2006.

Scent = 5

Zorija Rose Zorija Rose

Zorija Rose

Deep rose shades. 

Introduced by E.W.King in 2000.

Scent = 5

Annie B Gilroy Annie B Gilroy

Annie B Gilroy

Rose pink bicolour. 

Introduced by Peter Grayson in 1995.

Scent = 5

Little Red Riding Hood Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood

Red & white bicolour. 

Raised by Keith Hammett and introduced in 2012.

Scent = 5

Polyanna Polyanna

Polyanna

Lavender pink / white bicolour.

Introduced by Just Sweet Peas in 2011.

Scent = 5

Emily Emily

Emily

Rose pink on white ground. 

Introduced by Unwins in 2010.

Scent = 5

Rosay Rosay

Rosay

Deep blush pink.

Excellent.

Introduced by Unwins in 2012.

Scent = 5

Baby's Blush Baby's Blush

Baby's Blush

Opens blush pink with a lemon tinge, then fade to pale blush.

Wings white.

Introduced by Roger Parsons in 2014. 

Scent = 5

Our Prices...

All seeds on this site are £1.50 per packet (minimum 10 seeds) or £6.50 per large packet (min. 50 seeds) unless otherwise stated.

Varieties and species not currently shown on the site are £2.50 per packet, £8.50 per large packet.

Please add postage:

£1.30 per seed order to the UK and Islands;

£2.50 to Europe outside the UK

£8.50 to the USA

£3.20 to the rest of the world

Our Collections...

Scented Collection - £13.50

10 packets from the varieties listed on our "Old-fashioned & Grandiflora" pages. You can choose or else leave it to us.

 

Sussex Collection - £13.50

10 packets from the varieties listed on our "Spencer" pages. You can choose or else leave it to us.

 

Exhibitor's Collection £29.00

5 large packets from the varieties listed on our "Spencer" pages. You can choose or else leave it to us.

Our guide book...

Sweet Peas:An Essential Guide.

For further details, click on the button below.

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