Cupid Strawberries

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Misc Self fertile
Fruiting Late Season
Type Eating

Fragaria x ananassa Cupid

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SIZES 1-4 5-2425-99100+
BAREROOT PLANT Out of Stock £1.25Out of Stock£0.85Out of Stock£0.75Out of Stock£0.69
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Cupid Strawberry Bushes

Description of Cupid Plants & Fruit:
With a warm orange centre and good texture, this is a nice strawberry to add to your collection for adding a bit of variety to your desserts. It has strong, glossy skin that is perfect for decorative use on cakes. Cupid has great all round disease resistance and is recommended for organic growers.

Browse our variety of strawberry plants or see our full range of soft fruit bushes for sale.

Characteristics of Cupid Bushes:

  • Late cropping and rain resistant.
  • Great disease resistance.

Growing Cupid Strawberry Plants:

Read our detailed information on how to grow Strawberries here.

Background Information on Cupid Strawberry Bushes:
This variety was bred at the East Malling Research Station in 2002.


Bareroot planting is best done between October and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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