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.
Bred and introduced by E.W. King, 1973
10 seeds per packet.
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