This hot pepper variety originally came from Leutschau, Slovakia and was taken to Matrafured, Hungary in the late 1800's where it continues to be grown prolifically today. It is a very rare variety to find in the United States. Small, compact plants produce fruits that are spicy, mildly hot, and very flavorful. The fruits start out green and turn to a deep, glossy red when mature. Fruits are 2-3 inches long and 1 1/4 inches wide. This variety is perfect for making your own dried paprika. The fruits have a wonderful flavor that just isn't in generic brands of paprika! Plants grow very prolifically over a long period of time and are often covered in peppers in various stages of ripeness.
85 days from transplant to harvest.
I always add a few extra seeds in each packet in case I count wrong.
Detailed planting instructions are included with each purchase!
|Lifecycle:||1 (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)|
|Propagation / Germination:||I guarantee these seeds to have at least an 80% germination rate when grown in accordance to instructions that are enclosed with the seeds. My exact tests for this variety showed around 94% germination.|
|Spacing:||24 inches apart in rows 36 inches apart|
|Sun:||partial to full|
All of the seeds we sell have been home grown on our family farm. Seeds are only harvested from the best plants and varieties are either field isolated, caged, or hand pollinated depending on vegetable type to prevent cross pollination. Tomato seeds are processed using fermentation to insure healthy, viable seeds. Our seeds are hand counted and packaged in labeled paper seed envelopes. For more information about the products we grow and sell, visit our website!