This is a 6″ long yellow sweet pepper that produces lots of fruit all season. It will be the first pepper in your garden ready to pick by far.
- Peppers like warm sandy soil best and full hot sun.
- Plant once the ground has warmed and chance of frost has passed.
- Great in the garden or at the centre of a patio container.
- A little fertilizer early is all it needs.
- Plant 20″ apart and 4′ between rows.