It should be borne in mind that sweet peas (and other plants for that matter) just don't need everyday watering on the dull days we've had this year. Sweet Pea Shrub is not prone to any particular disease problems so it's difficult to say what may have caused the symptoms. Prune to the natural shape of the shrub. sweet pea Started by chickpeacurry on General Gardening. Pea, Pisum sativum, is an annual herbaceous legume in the family Fabaceae grown for its edible seeds and seedpods.The pea plant can be bushy or climbing, with slender stems which attach to a substrate using tendrils. In addition, the symptoms of sweet pea poisoning may not show up for several days, making it hard to determine what is making your dog sick unless you actually witnessed your dog eating the plant. Water in well until they’ve put on good growth. I have not had any virus infection for several years now but the most common one that I have come across has been the yellow leaf one. 9 Replies 2544 Views February 11, 2008, 20:23 by gobs : Rhubarb leaves Started by martin hall on General Gardening. If you plant too late in the season, you may run into this problem. Leaf description. Leaves green. Leave healthy plants stand for winter to increase hardiness. Pea-type flowers in a wide range of colors; fragrant. Known as: Perennial pea; Wild sweet pea; Everlasting pea; The plant is a member of the Fabaceae (fab-AY-see-ee) family and a native of the Mediterranean (northern Africa and southern Europe). Native geographic location and habitat. Prune sweet pea plants with diseased foliage back to the ground in fall. Alternate compound leaves with winged petioles arising from winged stems. To determine whether or not it is still alive you can gently scrape one of the branches with your thumbnail to look for green tissue just beneath the bark. 1 Replies Even moisture helps prevent many problems with sweet peas. A layer of mulch will help keep the soil evenly moist. Discard, don't compost, the leaves and stems of diseased plants to reduce the risk of future disease problems. Pinch out the tips of young sweet pea plants when they reach about 10cm tall, to encourage bushy growth. Derrick - I think your sweet peas have been over-watered, this leads to root rot and subsequently yellowing of the leaves. No serious common problems. Most sweet pea shrubs like myrtle-leaf milkwort and low pinebarren milkwort grow well in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 9a to 12b. This summer has unusually been particularly wet and cold and has given the sweet peas a lot of challenges. Plant them in fertile soil beneath a support, such as a wigwam made of bamboo canes. Perennial sweet pea aka Lathyrus latifolius [LAY-thy-russ lat-ee-FOH-lee-us] is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial. Sweet pea poisoning symptoms are varied, depending on the type of plant and how much was eaten. Choose a fertilizer with less nitrogen, since too much causes growth of leaves and stems at the expense of flowers and pea pods. Pea plants will not flower if the weather is too hot. Native to Italy ans Sicily. Curbing Sweet Pea Problems. 1 Replies 1103 Views February 23, 2014, 19:12 by mumofstig : Sweet Pea Started by puravida on General Gardening. Disease, pests, and problems. Excessive nitrogen can also prevent pea plants from flowering. You can buy sweet pea plug plants in spring. Each leaf has 1–3 pairs of oval leaflets and can reach 1–6 cm in length. Here are some tips that might help to prevent further sweet pea problems: Water seedlings and young plants regularly until they are fully established. Prune the plants back to the ground in late winter or early spring before growth begins. Most sweet peas will grow to about 2m in height. Flower description.

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