Lathyrus nervosus (Lord Anson's Blue Pea)

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3 units
Full Sun
Light/Partial Shade
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Plant Details

A highly sought-after, but rare, blue perennial sweet pea with large sprays of azure blue flowers which fade to purple throughout the summer.

Will tolerate quite dry soil when established.

Suitable for cut flowers.

Height and spread: 150cm x 50cm

Collected from Tierra Del Fuego by Lord Anson in 1744.

Common name(s): Lord Anson's Blue Pea



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