Banana Capsicum (Sweet Pepper) Seedlings
Banana Capsicum (Sweet Pepper) Seedlings
Banana Capsicum (Sweet Pepper) Seedlings
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Banana Capsicum (Sweet Pepper) Seedlings

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Produces a strong plant that is able to carry a heavy yield of large banana-shaped capsicums. Fruits are firm with an attractive light green to light yellow colour. The capsicums, also known as "Sweet pepper," have sweet, thick, waxy skin and grow to around 15cm. Excellent ability to grow under difficult conditions. Offering excellent coverage that thrives in cool setting garden areas with a strong fruit set under low temperatures. Medium to large robust plant with good foliage cover and the ability to thrive in a number of different growing environments due to it possessing excellent disease resistance qualities.

🌱 SEEDLING HEIGHT | 10cm-20cm including the root system

📏 SPACING | Rows: 45cm-60cm apart Plants: 45cm-60cm apart

🥗 HARVEST | 8-12 weeks, depending on location & weather conditions

🌡️ CONDITIONS | Full to partial sun, wind-protected, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. Regular fertilising as they are heavy feeders. Water regularly and mulch in hot weather to retain moisture near roots. Hot summer sun can burn capsicum so provide some cover on very hot days.

Suggested Uses of Yield:

  • Fresh in salads for a sweet, crunchy texture.
  • Stir-fried with other vegetables for a quick, healthy meal.
  • Grilled as a side dish or topping for burgers and sandwiches.
  • Stuffed with rice, meat, or vegetables for a delicious entrée.
  • Chopped and added to salsas and dips for extra flavour and crunch.
  • Sliced and used as a topping for pizzas and flatbreads.
  • Incorporated into soups and stews for added sweetness and colour.
  • Pickled for a tangy, preserved treat.
  • Roasted and blended into Mediterranean dips like hummus and baba ghanoush.
  • Used in Mediterranean dishes such as ratatouille and caponata.

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