Our first picture is of a normal flower with one frilled standard, two spread wings,
and a keel that you can't quite see.
This unfixed seedling has a faint mauve line marking the central vein of the standard
The only attractive abnormality found in Sweet Pea flowers is this wide, symmetrical,
siamese-twin type of standard petal.
It has two main veins - pale in this instance - that can be any angle from a few
to sixty degrees apart.
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This is edition 2, dated 1 November 2009