Norfolk Pea. Perennial scrambling species similar to L latifolius but with beautiful pastel reddish-pink flowers (instead of bright pink). 1.8m. Average soil in sun.
Bushy clumps to c. 40cm with short sprays of dusky reddish pink to purple blue flowers in late spring and early summer. Foliage turns black in autumn. Good soil in sun or light shade.
Lathyrus vernus 'Gracilis'£4.50
A narrow leafed form of the Spring Pea with typical red and purple flowers in spring followed by attractive reddish seedpods. Perennial. Good soil in light shade, 20cm.