Mixed Peppers Pack 12 XLarge Plants

Mixed Peppers Pack 12 XLarge Plants
MPP012E

An Excellent Mixture With Plenty Of Variation!

If you cant make your mind up on which Peppers to buy, why not get all of them? With this mixed pack you can do just that. These vegetable plants can be grown on or planted straight out as you choose once the risk of frost has gone.

Collection Varieties Chilli Pepper: Apache F1, Basket of Fire, Cayenetta. Sweet Pepper: Mohawk F1, Redskin F1, Bellina.
Harvesting June to September
Planting Position Full Sun
Sold As XLarge Plants
Despatch Period End of March to May

Chilli Pepper Apache F1: a medium hot, red Chilli. Great for the patio as it is perfect for growing in pots or growbags.
Chilli Pepper Basket of Fire: A prolific fruiting variety which is dripping with small hot fruits on a compact leafy semi-trailing plant. The fruits mature from deep purple to cream and orange to bright red.
Chilli Pepper Cayenetta: a compact branching cayenne type chilli. It has a very neat, attractive habit and produces a large crop of bright red 4 inch tapered fruits underneath the attractive leaf canopy. The fruits are mild in heat.
Sweet Pepper Mohawk F1: Naturally dwarf in habit. Produces attractive tasty orange Peppers.
Sweet Pepper Red Skin F1: Produces green fruit which turns bright red when ripe, juicy flavour.
Sweet Pepper Bellina: A compact plant producing an abundance of sweet flavoured, small bell peppers, amturing from dark green to bright red. It has a long harvest period and is a tough compact plant. All varieties are ideal for growing inside or out, particularly on a warm south facing patio, in pots or growbags.

XLarge Plants

XLarge Plants  are grown in individual cells and measure approximately 8-12cm in height from the root of the plant to the top of the stem.  These plants will need to be grown on before planting.  

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These bedding plants have to be grown on before being planted into your tubs or garden. Do not plant them out in the garden until the risk of frost has passed.



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