Pepper Seeds

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  • Pepper Dumas

    A medium-early, productive variety for growing in the field and unheated greenhouses. Produces round, tomato-shaped, slightly flattened bulbs. Dark red fruit are juicy and sweet. To be eaten after the harvest and pickling.

    Pepper Dumas – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: February – April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 40-50 x 30-40 cm
    Harvesting period: July – October

    One package contains 0,5 g of seeds.

  • Pepper Granova

    A very productive field variety. It produces bell-type fruit with thick walls that weigh about 220 grams. Its unripe fruit is green-yellow and turns red as it matures. It is recommended to be eaten raw, cooked or preserved.

    Pepper Granova – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Seeding time outdoors: 15 May
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: 15 May
    Spacing: 40 x 50 cm
    Harvesting period: August – September

    One package contains 0,5 g of seeds.

  • Pepper Poseidon

    A very early variety for growing in the field and in greenhouses. Its long fruit are initially green to turn dark red when ripe. They are hot and can be used to spice soups, sauces, and meat.

    Pepper Poseidon – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May – June
    Spacing: 40-50 x 30-40 cm
    Harvesting period: July – October

    One package contains 0,5 g of seeds.

  • Pepper Poupila

    An early variety, recommended for growing in the field and in pots. Produces conical, sweet fruit, pale yellow at first, red when ripe. Those decorative, low-growing plants are perfect for growing on a balcony or terrace.

    Pepper Poupila – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 30 x 40 cm
    Harvesting period: August – September

    One package contains 0,3 g of seeds.

  • Pepper Rubinova

    An early, productive variety. You can grow it in the field in warmer regions. Produces conical, bright red fruit that are juicy, sweet, and delicious – perfect for eating raw and cooked.

    Pepper Rubinova – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May – July
    Spacing: 40-50 x 30-40 cm
    Harvesting period: August – September

    One package contains 0,5 g of seeds.