We buy our sweet pea seeds from Kerton Seeds in Somerset. This is since it came to light that the electrician overhauling the potting shed was also an expert sweet pea grower (2nd generation) and Mr Kerton was his recommendation. The same electrician patiently worked around Percy the Pooping racing pigeon who had taken up residence in the potting shed/racing loft and even helped me read Percy’s labels to find out where he was supposed to be going (Northern Ireland he had a long way to go). These are a sweet pea mix, which to be honest is not what I would call it but perhaps if you are a sweet pea or an expert the differences are obvious. No matter they are fine plants, just what you want from a sweet pea, large scented flowers, long stems on strong plants and they keep on flowering.
Happy birthday Peggy!