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Sow January onwards 23-28°C cover seed lightly grow on at 20°C, plant out April (protected) onwards, harvest June onwards. Grow in conservatory, greenhouse or outdoors in warmer areas. Grow in a warm sheltered area ideal in pots on the patio or decking. Can be sown well into May but the crop will be ready for harvest later in the season (subject to a late hot summer!) Refers to UK climate.

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Sweet D' Asti Giallo
C. annuum
Heirloom sweet pepper. Golden yellow square shaped block pepper. Tasty thick flesh with a sweet mild flavour ideal for salads, stuffed, fried, grilled and in casseroles. Fruits mature from green to yellow. Approx 220 seeds per gram

£0.95 £0.75 Av 25 seeds

 

Long Red Marconi

Long Red Marconi
Long thin fruits with a mild sweet flavour for use either green or red. A heavy cropper, if a single stem is growing pinch out the growing tip at 30cm, support with canes as required.

£0.79 Av 20 seeds

£1.25 Buy 2 x 20 seeds

 

 


 

Sweet Pepper Akron
 

Akron
High yields of sweet peppers, a Lamuyo hybrid with elongated fruits, fleshy and thick walled. Peppers are green to an intense red. Resistant to TMV

£1.95 Av 10 seeds

 

 

 


Sweet Pepper Antohi Romanian seeds

 Antohi Romanian
Very tasty European frying sweet pepper Antohi Romanian smooth heirloom pepper approx 10cm long ripen from pale yellow to red. Early maturing and heavy yielding plants. Delicious cooked especially when red to enjoy the sweet flavour. Can be container grown.

£1.75 Av 15 seeds

 

 


Pepper Apple

 

Pepper Apple
C. annuum
A sweet hybrid pimento type, Apple is Juicy, mild with a sweet fruity taste producing 10cm green to deep red conical shaped fruits. Days to maturity 57 days for green fruits and 77 days for red fruits. Best grown in a greenhouse.

£0.95 Av 10 seeds

 

 


Sweet Pepper Boneta

 

Boneta
C. annuum
A very early variety that produces white blocky fruits, ideal for growing in cold greenhouses.

£2.25 Av 10 seeds

 

 


Sweet Pepper Bellboy F1

 

Bellboy
C. annuum
F1 Bell Boy sweet pepper with deep green to red succulent fruits excellent for a wide range of growing conditions and culinary uses. RHS Award of Garden Merit

£2.10 Av 15 seeds

 

 


California Wonder
Large square shaped fruits with a mild sweet flavour. Produces green to red fruits, slightly later maturing than the hybrids.

 £0.79 Av 50 seeds

 

 

 

Cajun Belle Pepper
 

 

 

 

Cajun Belle Pepper
Capsicum annuum

Belle Pepper with a bit of heat. AAS winner, Sweet pepper Cajun Belle producing 7cm long 5cm wide sweet bell peppers with a mildy spicy taste. Ideal for eating raw or add to a salsa can be used in green or red form and can be harvested 61days after sowing, approx 2 weeks earlier than other bell peppers. Ideal for patio pots and containers. Height 61cm

 £2.75 Av 10 seeds

 

 

 

 


 

Sweet Chocolate bell pepper

Sweet Chocolate
Large, early fruiting, thick-walled chocolate brown sweet bell pepper. Attractive dark red fruits that look like the colour of milk chocolate.  Produces excellent yields of very sweet flavoured peppers that are ideal in salads or for stuffing.

£1.85 Av 15 seeds

 

 


  Corno di Toro Giallo
C. annuum
Bulls horn yellow, the traditional favourite in Italy. Long 15 to 20cm tapered, bull-horn shaped golden-yellow peppers are sweet and spicy. They are great fresh or roasted. Large plants yield well. Among the best peppers you can grow and so delicious. Pure Italian seed.

£1.55 Av 25 seeds

£5.00 Av 1 gram pkt

 

 


Corno di Toro Rosso

Corno di Toro Rosso
C. annuum
Bulls horn red, the traditional favourite in Italy. Long 15 to 20cm tapered, bull-horn shaped red peppers that are sweet and spicy. They are great fresh or roasted. Large plants yield well. Among the best peppers you can grow and so delicious. Pure Italian seed.

£1.55 Av 25 seeds

£5.00 Av 1 gram pkt

 

 


 

Cuneo Giallo
C. annuum
Large yellow bell pepper from the Turin area of Italy, plants produce large very sweet flavoured yellow fruits ideal for roasting and stuffing. Fruits are thick skinned with very thick walls. 80-90 days for golden yellow peppers

£1.55 Av 25 seeds

 

 

 


Sweet D' Asti Giallo

Sweet D' Asti Giallo
C. annuum
Heirloom sweet pepper. Golden yellow square shaped block pepper. Tasty thick flesh with a sweet mild flavour ideal for salads, stuffed, fried, grilled and in casseroles. Fruits mature from green to yellow.

£0.75 Av 25 seeds

 

 

 


Sweet Pepper Diablo

Sweet Pepper Diablo
Sweet Italian ‘Corno di Torro’ type hybrid pepper producing long large tapered fruit that ripens green to intense red.  Smooth skin, thick flesh with a crunchy sweet taste. Resistant to TMV.  RHS Award of Garden Merit

£1.75 Av 10 seeds

 

 

 

 


Sweet Pepper Elfo
High yields of sweet peppers, a Lamuyo hybrid with elongated fruits, fleshy and thick walled. Peppers are green to bright yellow. Resistant to TMV

£1.65 Av 10 seeds

 

 

 


pepper Friggitello


Friggitello
Capsicum annum
Italian sweet pepper. Peperone Friggitello. Green conical thin skinned fruits up to 14cm long. Use fresh or fried in olive oil. RHS Award of Garden Merit.

£0.75 Av 20 seeds

 

 


Sweet Habanero Orange


Sweet Habanero Orange
Capsicum annum
Looks and smells like a habanero but don't be fooled by its looks fruits are sweet and crunchy, not hot but full of flavour. 80 days fruits are approx 2" in length and mature from green to bright orange.

£1.25 Av 10 seeds

 

 


 

Long Red Marconi

Long Red Marconi
Long thin fruits with a mild sweet flavour for use either green or red. A heavy cropper, if a single stem is growing pinch out the growing tip at 30cm, support with canes as required.

£0.79 Av 20 seeds

£1.25 Buy 2 x 20 seeds

 

 


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The cultural information should be used as a guide only, I have found a number of different sowing techniques for the same seed from different sources there does not seem to be a standard. With this in mind you should use this website as a guide only, you probably already have a tried and tested way of sowing different seeds. As a rule of thumb the larger the seed size the more cover it requires, and fine seed like Lobelia Begonia etc requires no cover.
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