Hey there sweet pea!

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I still call my son David
 "sweet pea"
&
I love them:
 him 
and my little sweet peas
 This is my sweet pea
 tee pee
 I planted these from seed,
and as you can see they grew!
 We had a hard rain a few days ago and my little peas got a bit beaten up....
so now I will make lots of bouquets! 









I love you
sweet pea




19 comments:
  1. Gosh, I have found some cool blogs today! I'm your newest follower! Great illustrations on the sidebar and header and great photos of the sweet peas- I can almost smell them :)

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  2. Wonderful photos of your sweet peas! At least all that rain has given us such beautiful flowering!

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  3. Sweat peas have the most glorious smell, and they're so charming. You have quite a green thumb. BTW, I'm in Newport Beach too!

    ciaonewportbeach.blogspot.com

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  4. I love sweet peas, they are one of my favorite flowers. I also planted some from seed, but they aren't nearly as big as yours and haven't bloomed yet. I can't wait though, I love their wonderful scent!

    Kat :)

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  5. Oh I love Sweet Peas! I had never thought of growing them, but now I really would like to. And I still want those lovely roses you posted a week or so ago, although some nocturnal animal has been eating my roses lately! Any idea what it could be?

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  6. I had sweet peas in my wedding bouquet; they were divine. It's the only time in my life I've ever had them in hand...I think they are a bit too precious, otherwise, for the extreme heat of Florida..

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  7. Wow!Lovely sweet peas! I call my little girls sweet pea and sweetie petey too! I planted sweat peas also but they aren't blooming yet. Oh well, good things come to those who wait!

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  8. I absolutely love sweet peas. They are "my" flower, being born in April. I love their scent, their look, their ability to cling on to things as they grow. Your mild climate seems to really benefit the sweet peas. I have some in a pot that I moved with me to the new house and hopefully, next year, will be able to get bunches of them in the ground to bloom in the springtime. It gets hot here quick and then they fade so fast. Lovely pictures you have posted too. I especially love the one of the peeling paint on the back of the chair. The shadow-play in that one is incredible!

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  9. Oh how pretty, nice way to start my day...we all love the delicate little sweet peas! I have always grown them in my border too!

    stylishserendipity.blogspot.com

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  10. Beautiful pics! Your sweet peas are just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Oh, beautiful!! When did you plant the seeds? I think I must be waiting too late...

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  12. They are so cute!! You make me want to grow sweet peas:):)

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  13. Great photos! I love sweet peas and found them growing wild on the hills in San Juan Capistrano. Next year I will plant them. Don't you just love the smell of sweet peas?

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  14. I love sweet peas. I've got some growing from seed, I got a late start, but thanks to the cool spring we're having they are blooming.
    Beautiful images.
    Karen

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  15. How lovely!! I just adore your beautiful bouquet!!

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  16. Beautiful photos! The colors are gorgeous - cheers to your green thumb!!

    http://woodenspooneditions.blogspot.com/

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  17. Such beautiful flowers! I remember years ago, visiting an animal shelter and falling in love with a kitty named Sweet Pea. :-)

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