'Apricot Mystery' is not a real variety. Our tags got mixed up in planting this year, and one patch of plants, while looking 100% like 'Apricot Queen', was labeled as something else. So in the interest of transparency I am telling you that I am not 100% certain that these are 'Apricot Queen', but they certainly look exactly like them!
Apricot Queen has a color seldom seen in sweet peas. It has true peachy apricot tones that blend harmoniously in the garden or in floral designs. The flower stems are a bit short but it can be cut with a bit of vine, or enjoyed in the garden. Smaller than many Spencer varieties, but not without its merits. Seldom seen in the US.
10 seeds per packet.
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