The bushy, upright plants grow to a height of 24-36 inches and should be spaced about 24-48 inches apart. These peppers also make great container plants. Plant 0ne or two of them in large containers and enjoy an abundance of the peppers all season long.
Like most pepper plants, this one prefers a full sun exposure with a minimum of six hours of direct sunlight a day. It has average water needs but seems to tolerate some drought. It is also humidity tolerant. The plants do need excellent drainage if grown in containers because sweet peppers are particularly vulnerable to water stress if their pots do not drain adequately. A pot with several large, unobstructed drainage holes is a necessity in order to grow these peppers successfully.
The peppers themselves are sweet and mild with a heat rating of 1-1000 Scoville Units. The fruits start out dark green, change to red, and then mature to a solid bright red. They can be eaten at any stage but are the sweetest when fully red.
Height : 24" - 36" Spacing : 24" - 48" Sun Light : > 6 hours Water : Average Harvest : 70 - 80 days Sowing : Sow seeds 1/4" deep Size : 6" - 8" Color : Green to Red Use : Excellent for Roasted, Stuffing or Making Sauce Qty : >< 20 Seeds/pack