The sweet pea is almost hardy, and robust healthy seedlings, grown as nearly as possible under natural conditions, are wanted.
The apple has not been bred "true to seed" as has the cabbage and sweet pea.
No annual receives greater attention these days than the sweet pea.
Have been thanked again by the sweet pea Lady, who sat at our table.
It was raining and Jim had gone under the sweet pea vines to sleep instead of going into his box.
The sweet pea is one of the most popular flowers grown in this way.
This is seen in its flowers, which resemble the sweet pea and are fragrant.
Probably the species in which it is most evident is the sweet pea (Lathyrus odoratus).
This same pattern is used for many different flowers—the wild rose, apple blossom, sweet pea, and for foliage.
In one corner of the card a sweet pea was painted in water colors.
[1940s+; perhaps a shortening of sweet patootie, influenced by the name of the garden plant]