Sweet Pea 'Pink Cupid'

The most brilliant invention – a sweet pea bred to be compact, ideal for growing in pots. More
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The most brilliant invention – a sweet pea bred to be compact, ideal for growing in pots. 'Cupid Pink' won't need a frame for support, but will tumble happily from wherever you plant it. Place this to scent a sunny corner and attract in the beneficial insects. Scent 7/10.

Genus Lathyrus odoratus
Variety Cupid Pink
Type Hardy Annual
Common Name Sweet Pea
Border Position Front
Soil Type Fertile, Neutral
Scent Scented
Site Full Sun
Moisture Moist but Well-drained
Height Trailing 45cm (18in)
Spacing Plant out, 2 plants to a vertical support, 15cm (6in) apart in a mild spell in March-May.
Sowing, Seeds, Planting Sow January-March and/or September-October indoors, or April-June direct.
Care Tips This grows well in container pots.
Flowering May - September
Vase Life 4-5 days. Avoid direct sunlight and heat. This has a beautiful scent.
Harvesting Keep picking as often as you can.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
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Sweet Pea 'Pink Cupid' reviews

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Heavenly Sweet Pea 'Pink Cupid'

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Reviewed 10th June 2017 by Anita Opdyke

Delighted with these. They are filling out my hanging baskets and the fragrance is of pure honey and the color of a soft watermelon mixed with vanilla ice cream. Gorgeous.
I bought the seedlings, having gotten a late start. They took a bit to get going, but they are catching up quite nicely. I have two lovely little bouquets with the sweet peas with white Cosmos in one bunch, and some sweet peas with a Chandos rose in another.


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Reviewed 15th July 2016 by Jackie Davis

Have grown these in a raised bed surrounding climbing sweet peas. They were really easy to grow from seed and there has been months of flowers. Lovely.

Amazing Display

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Reviewed 22nd June 2016 by Liza

This is the most prolific, healthy sweet pea I have ever grown. Flowers last for a long time and smell gorgeous.