Introduced into England over 300 years ago, the nickname 'sweet
is believed to have first been used by the poet Keats (1795-1821).
Native to Southern Europe, upon it's introduction to horticulture,
Sweet Pea, esteemed for it's highly fragrant flowers,
immediately became widely cultivated.
A grand and breathtaking fragrance that in it's natural
a wide array of color, except yellow. Interestingly, in 1915,
after years of cross breeding, horticulturalists surrendered
notion that a yellow sweet pea could ever be developed.
Today, attempts are again being made to
create a yellow sweet pea
It is said that fresh flowers in the house improve general
well-being, boost both male and female libido
and lessen the effects of a hangover.
Do sweet pea candles promote similar
You tell us!