Fish Pepper Hot Peppers

Hot Pepper - Fish Pepper

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Capsicum annuum

Historically used to season the glorious seafood dishes of the Baltimore region, today it is recognized by the Slow Foods Arc of Taste for it’s complex and delicious flavor. Beautiful compact plants many of which have unusual variegated leaves. Produces multicolor peppers with a full range of color. Hot.
Most sweet and hot peppers begin green and then ripen to dizzying array of beautiful colors including red, orange, yellow and purple. Any variety of sweet bell pepper can be harvested as a green bell pepper, or left on the plant to fully ripen, becoming sweeter in the process. Hot peppers, often called chilies, can also be harvested at any stage in development and will sometimes take on new identities depending on whether they are harvested for fresh eating or dried. Ancho chilies, for example, are poblanos left to become red-ripe and then dried. Nearly every culinary tradition seems to have found a place for the joy (and occasional sorrow) of hot peppers. One or two plants will fit easily in any garden, and probably find its way into every dish! Nutrients: vitamins A, C, K, and B6. (1/2 Gram Packet)
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$2.75

SKU: 062-018-1-C. Category: .

Product Description

Average Seed / oz Seed / 100′ Row Average Yield / 100′ Row Days to Harvest
4500 1/2 gr 50 lbs 80
Planting Season Ideal Soil Temp Sun Frost Tolerance
After Last Frost 65-85°F Full Sun Frost Sensitive
Sowing Method Seed Depth Direct Seed Spacing Seeds Per Packet
Transplant 1/4-1/2″ N/A 75
Mature Spacing Days to Sprout Production Cycle Seed Viability
18-24″ 8-25 Annual 3-5 years
Frost sensitive annuals that need full sun and evenly moist soil to thrive. Some large plants many need trellising or support for heavy fruit set. Harvest peppers either when green or when fully ripe and colored. Plant Seeds: 1/4-1/2" deep in 3-4" pots, 6-8 weeks before last frost. Transplant after all danger of frost and when soil has warmed up leaving 2 -3' between rows and 18-24" between plants. Soil Temp: 65-85 F. Days to Sprout: 8-25. Thin To/Mature Plant Spacing: 18-24". Companions: carrot, eggplant, tomato, lovage, marjoram, oregano, basil, onion. Antagonists: fennel, kohlrabi. Seeds/Oz: 4,500. Seed Wt./100' Row:

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Weight 1 g
Size

1/2 grams – Packet

1 review for Fish Pepper

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Very good pepper produce very well tons of peppers on plant great for cooking drying and eating and hot sauce or just to grow for their very nice colors in your flower bed on just out side of it green to yellow to a very bright red at the end of the year but at the end of the year when you think they are gone or dead just dig them up and bring them inside in a nice size pot for the roots and keep the until next year so you will have a head start next year I have done this with several pepper plants they do great but I always buy new seeds every year because it is fun to watch them grow from a seed to a plant then the best you get the very hot fruit and this pepper for its size is very hot and a very lot of peppers on the plant

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