A very British Flower (with Italian roots!)

The fragrant sweet pea originates from 17th century Italy when visitors brought this dainty flower back to England.  It's horticultural name, Lathyrus Odorous comes from the Greek for pea and the Latin from fragrant.

They are considered to be the floral emblem of Edwardian England and were an important part of floral arrangements for weddings and dinner parties.

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There is something quite magical about your own flower patch.  Nurturing, watching and then cutting. If you would love to learn how to grow your own cutting garden we have...

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First Meeting:  Wednesday June 3rd 7.30pm - 9.00pm Hildersham Village Hall, High Street, Hildersham, Cambridge CB21 6BU First Meeting FREE to all (just register) British Flowers There is a massive...