Can sweet peas grow in containers?
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Similarly, it is asked, do sweet peas grow well in pots?
Sweet peas thrive in pots. Choose a rich potting compost and mix in loam-based compost to provide extra water retention. Firm in the compost well.
Also, can you plant sweet peas in the same place each year? I know nothing but I'd say it's OK to grow sweet peas in the same spot every year. Rotation is for the benefit of brassicas and onions, because of club root and onion rot respectively - you don't wan them to get a hold in any part of the garden.
Herein, where do sweet peas grow best?
Sweet peas are happiest with their heads in the sun and their roots deep in cool, moist soil. When possible, plant low-growing annuals in front of them to shade their roots. Choose a well-drained site.
What to do with sweet peas when finished flowering?
Cutting back. Cut perennial Lathyrus back to ground level in autumn or, preferably, leave the cutting back until February so the dead stems provide cover for wildlife in winter. Simply pull out and compost annual sweet peas once flowering has finished at the end of summer. In hot, dry seasons this might be a bit sooner