I was worried that the sweet peas were not going to pull through the cold and wind of April and May this year. Although the ground was well prepared with lots of compost and the seeds were sown last October and were good and strong, the poor plants looked so miserable six weeks ago that I didn’t think I would be picking any sweet peas this summer. But I should have had more faith. The plants are now all at least 1m high and the flowers stems long and strong. Phew! Again they are grown on the ‘cordon’ system with one stem. I am sorry I can’t share the perfume.