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  1. Mine grow up an obelisk and despite only having a few plants this year they have been quite prolific, though dying off now I’m sad to say. I love the smell of sweet peas and they always take me back to my childhood as my dad also grew them, along with dark red peonies, rhubarb, sweet williams, dahlias and carnations! (I’m sure he grew other things too, but they are what I remember from early childhood – he let me have a small patch and I grew cornflowers and marigolds)

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