A beautiful heart shape formed by the Lathyrus odoratus tendrils. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

A beautiful heart shape formed by the Lathyrus odoratus tendrils. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

This Lathyrus odoratus tendril has formed a scroll. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

This Lathyrus odoratus tendril has formed a scroll. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

This Lathyrus odoratus tendril has formed the shape of an 'E'. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

This Lathyrus odoratus tendril has formed the shape of an 'E'. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

This Sweet Pea tendril has formed a heart shape. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

This Sweet Pea tendril has formed a heart shape. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

Another look at the same Sweet Pea tendril, produced by the wigwam grown plants, which were grown for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

Another look at the same Sweet Pea tendril, produced by the wigwam grown plants, which were grown for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

A closer look at one of the Sweet Pea tendrils produced by the wigwam grown plants, which were grown for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

A closer look at one of the Sweet Pea tendrils produced by the wigwam grown plants, which were grown for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

A Lathyrus odoratus tendril that has formed a corkscrew shape. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

A Lathyrus odoratus tendril that has formed a corkscrew shape. Pictured during my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial.

All of the Lathyrus odoratus cultivars I grew for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial were self supporting when grown naturally up wigwam supports.

All of the Lathyrus odoratus cultivars I grew for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial were self supporting when grown naturally up wigwam supports.

In this photograph, a tendril from a wigwam grown Sweet Pea plant, has attached itself to a Sweet Pea flower stem.

In this photograph, a tendril from a wigwam grown Sweet Pea plant, has attached itself to a Sweet Pea flower stem.

I love growing Lathyrus odoratus naturally up wigwams, the Sweet Pea plants produce such beautiful tendrils, which are a joy to behold.

I love growing Lathyrus odoratus naturally up wigwams, the Sweet Pea plants produce such beautiful tendrils, which are a joy to behold.

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