A very popular pepper on account of its sweet taste and flavour of the pulp. Ideal for both preserves (pickled when green or dried when ripe) and fresh consumption. Traditionally cooked by sauting. The plant has medium-sized dark green leaves and the fruit change from a fine bright green colour to lively red when fully ripe. Sow or transplant in rows 60 cm apart and with distances of 40 cm along the row. Transplant when the seedling reaches a height of about 15 cm.
Approximate weight: 2 gram
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