Sweet Pea Maloy
From its cream buds which hide the surprising apricot and orange/pink flower inside to the long stems and the possibility of as many as 7 flowers per stem, there are many reasons to grow sweet pea Maloy.
Maloy is a reverse bicolour sweet pea where the wing petals in the foreground are darker in colour than the flag petals in the background. Read the blog to find out more about Bicolours and Reverse bicolours. Bred by Dr. Keith Hammett.
All our seed is hand harvested from plants grown in East Anglia.
Scent Rating 2/5.
Standard Packet Size 10 Seeds Type of Plant? Scrambling vine with tendrils. Grow on supports such as wigwams, fences, wires or archways. Tie in if required. When to plant seeds? Autumn or Spring Where to grow? Moist, well drained soil in full sun Flowering Time? May to September Height? 1.8m (6ft) Plant Care Regular watering and picking encourages more flowers Growing Instructions Detailed growing instructions can be downloaded from the website