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Old Fashioned Sweet Peas

…but in 1718 a white mutation or 'sport' appeared, followed in 1726 by another bicolour - pink standard and white wings, which was named 'Painted Lady'. A few more sports followed, and in 1793 Mason, a seedsman in Fleet St., London, produced the first list of sweet pea seed in five separate colours…