These mini bell peppers are a bright crimson. They are about 2 inches long but still have a great sweet flavor and a crisp bite.
This dwarf pepper plant will grow an abundance of small red peppers. It should be thinned down to one plant so that it can grow big and not compete. Remember to pollinate your flowers to increase production!
Snackable Red Pepper Story
Capsicum annuum is a snackable sweet pepper that is the perfect size for your Rise Garden. This pepper is finger length and offers a loud crunch. It turns from green to a vivid red when ripe. This little red sweet pepper is smaller than your traditional bell shaped one but it doesn't lose anything in flavor. Which is why it was selected, it is one of the only varieties of peppers that are able to grow indoors and produce successful fruits. Red peppers have 11 times more vitamin A than standard greens ones so growing this plant indoors will revitalize you with its fresh taste and abundant nutrients. This red pepper has a sweet and fruity flavor that is perfect for your salads, sandwiches, or just straight from the garden.
Seed Pod Details
Crop Variety Pepper Snackable Red Edible Plant Yes Size ( Tall=>12" / Short =>12" Tall Sprouts in ( Days) 7 Lasts for ( total days to harvest) 150 Thin this Plant? Yes Level of pruning (0 = None, 1= 1/m, 2= 2/m, 3/m) 3 Pollination? Yes # of harvest 5
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