Lathyrus odoratus. The best sweet pea choice for warmer climates or gardens, Old Spice Blend sweet pea seeds are a mix of old heirloom varieties that have weathered the test of time. Solid colours and some streaked flowers appear in cream, rose, white, pink, and purple on long stems that you'll want to bring inside as cut flowers. This is a good climber that deserves a stout trellis to support vines that grow to 120cm (48") tall. Make sure to keep the vines picked of all spent flowers and seed pods, and they will reward you with a very long flower period. Old Spice blooms after Mammoth, but before the Spencers.
Sweet peas (Lathyrus odoratus) are an annual climbing plant which can grow to heights of 1–2 meters (six feet). Try to plant in areas with support available. The leaves twine around supporting plants and structures helping the sweet pea to climb. The flowers range with a variety of colours, in the many cultivars. They are are a flowering plant in the genus Lathyrus in the family Fabaceae (legumes), native to Sicily, southern Italy and the Aegean Islands. Annual flowers that are an unmistakable sign of early summer. It is easy to Grow sweet peas.