Peppers (Green to Red)


Large, early, green-to-red bell pepper. Big, blocky, thick-walled, and turns red early. Fruity and sweet. Widely adapted.

Plant outside after last frost when the soil is warm and weather is settled.

Planting Instructions: Plant 12-18” apart in rows 24-36”. Water in transplants with a high phosphorus solution. Plant in well-drained soils. String or trellis plants to support fruit weight.

Light Preference: Sun

Harvest: About 57 days after planting the first peppers should be ready to pick. Pick the first peppers promptly to encourage further fruit set. Green peppers that are not picked will turn red in about 20 additional days (77 days after planting).