Jimmy Nardello's Italian Frying Peppers
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Heirloom Sweet Peppers - Listed as Ark of Taste food.....Seed for 2014 season ready NOW!!
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These are probably my favorite peppers ever, my garden is not complete without them!
What's not to love: very productive plants, will produce reliably until frost kills the plants. The peppers are great picked green or red (ripe), and are nicely sweet, very crisp and great either fried, fresh, or pickled.
This sweet pepper matures in 80-90 days from transplant, its fruits are 10-12"� long and the plants can reach 24".
Jimmy Nardello's Italian Frying Peppers are listed as an Ark of Taste food.
Peppers must be started indoors 6-8 weeks before transplanting outside, after all danger of frost has passed.
Peppers require a warm soil temperature to germinate, so are probably not suitable to start in cold frames unless the temperature can be maintained.
Transplant to a well drained, richly amended site which receives full sun - peppers are sun lovers! Keep evenly watered (about an inch each week) to ensure good pepper production.
Each packet contains a minimum of 20 fresh viable seed, produced for the 2014 season.
Happy Gardening!! [BR]
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