Sweet Pea - Brian Haynes
Brian Haynes is a well scented, highly vigorous, long stemmed, Spencer type sweet pea. It produces flowers which have lavender flakes on white blooms. Its Stems are 30cm long with three to four flowers per stem making it an ideal choice for exhibition purposes as well as having an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
Sow from September to April. September and April sowings can be made in flowering site, 2cm deep. For later sowings, place in pots, with 5 seeds in each. For October, November and March sowings, keep in a cold frame. For January sowings, keep in a heated glasshouse. Glasshouse raised seedlings should be hardened off during March. Plant out pot grown seedlings in the flowering site, 15cm apart in April. Thin direct sown seedlings to 10cm apart. Provide sturdy support for plants. Pick flowers regularly to encourage new growth. Ready to pick from late June to September.