Sweet Pea ‘Cupani’ Seeds

$3.25

One of the most fragrant Lathyrus odoratus ‘Cupani’ Original
The more you cut the more they bloom. Hardy annual Heirloom climber to 8′ tall with 2  intense violet & deep crimson flowers per stem 12 weeks from sowing
Frost, heat & humidity tolerant. Attracts bees & butterflies. Deer resistant
Organically Grown Annual Flower Seeds for full sun to part shade, Canada

10 seeds/pkt

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Description

Lathyrus odoratusCupani Heirloom Sweet PeaSweet Pea ‘Cupani’

 

Type: Hardy Annual climber, Heirloom
Bloom: June to September 12 weeks from seed
Flower: Fragrant, 2 intense violet & deep crimson bi-color flowers per stem
Height: 6-8′ tall x 12″ wide
Light: Full Sun or light shade
Soil: Well drained, humus enriched with manure or compost before planting
P.H: 6.1-6.5 Add lime to acidic soil
Moisture: Moderate, evenly moist, regular 1″ water per week in dry summer
Use: Borders, container gardening, cut flower, mass planting. Attracts bees & butterflies. Deer resistant
Tolerances: Frost, heat & humidity tolerant
Problems: Susceptible to slugs, snails, powdery mildew, root rot
Notes: Prefer cool moist root run. Deadhead spent blooms. The more you but the more they will bloom. Mulching helps keep root cool and retain moisture. Liquid balanced fertilizer at 2wk intervals. Easy to grow, low maintenance
Native to Mediterranean
Grow with: Delphiniums, Clematis, Lavatera

Lathyrus odoratus Seed Propagation
Indoors: Sow in boxes or pans Sept or Mar. 61F. Germination: 2-3 weeks. Plant out 6-10″ apart between Oct and Mar in Full Sun, Fertile, well drained medium loam, slightly alkaline soil. Prefer cool root run
Outdoors: Sept, Oct or Mar. Fertile soil. Pinch tips at 4″ to promote branching. Thin out in April

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