Last fall my friend Bev gave me some seeds for ‘Cupani’ and ‘King Tut’ Sweet Peas.
Sadly, only a few of the ‘Cupani’ seeds germinated for me, and they are taking their “sweet” old time growing up along the fence.
In the meantime, the ‘King Tut’ Sweet Peas have taken off and just bloomed a few days ago. They are a shorter variety, but wow – what a unique and gorgeous color! I just love blues in the garden, and these are so delicate and lovely…
I am so grateful for those seeds, Bev! What a gorgeous pea! These little lovelies are growing in a pot and climbing up a few bamboo sticks. Very, very sweet indeed.
Hmmm…the Morning Glory seedling I brought home looked nice and healthy. I planted it in good soil with some added compost and it got plenty of rain these past two weeks. The site has good drainage and a fence to climb. The other things planted in that same area – Thunbergia (Black-Eyed Susan vine), Cupani Sweet Peas, and Vinca – are all doing quite well.
What’s the story, Morning Glory? Not happy? Being eaten? What can I do to save you?
Here’s the sorry state of this sad little plant, which now has holes in the leaves and looks a bit tattered and torn:
I hope it makes it. We’re really hoping to have some climbing color on that fence this summer!