(80 days) Perhaps the provenance of this seed grown in the North Carolina mountains boosts its cold-climate adaptation. Early and productive with an enjoyable rich fruity taste. Up to 15–20 peppers per plant. Early and prolific even in bad years. This has been a steadfast producer for us here.
30+ seeds/pktPeppers are heat-lovers and need to be started indoors to produce fruit in this climate. Sow seed 1/4- 1/2" deep in a light soil mix. Sowing in flats 7 - 8 weeks before last frost. Harden off & plant out 18-20" apart when temperatures and the soil have fully warmed.