Peppers

Peppers
If you can grow tomatoes you can grow versatile and tasty peppers. Try outside in the sunshine in warmer areas otherwise grow under glass. Start by sowing indoors or under glass in March/April and harvest around September time. Start later or harvest earlier if you are growing one of our short season varieties.

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A wonderful sweet bell pepper that ripens to an astonishing fire-engine red. The thick walled fruits are juicy and sweet. They can measure up to 8cm long by 8 cm wide (blocky shaped). They are lovely in a salad or stuffed: for the great cooks amongst you, consider this a gourmet variety. Price for 10 seeds

£1.50

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Mild, sweet green peppers  (10 seeds)

£2.00 / pack(s)

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This has always been one of our top selling peppers. This variety produces classic shaped fruits which are sweet and full of flavour. Sow in Spring for harvest from August as they mature from jade green to scarlet red. Price for 10 seeds

£0.60

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From the Italian alps this pepper is well suited to the ups and downs of the British weather. Producing succulent sweet fruit with thick walls of firm flesh, making them a top choice for roasting as well as eating fresh. Sown in march to May you can harvest these peppers from late august onwards. They remain an Italian favourite Price for 10 seeds

£0.75

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Yellow Horn of the Bull’ a sweet & rich heirloom  (10 seeds)

£0.60 / pack(s)

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This is a very popular Italian bell pepper that ripens from a brilliant green to a sumptuous yellow. Lovely and sweet this is a super choice to bring colour, flavour and texture to your meals. Price for 10 seeds

£0.60

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Traditionally grown in Northern Spain around the town of Lodosa, these peppers are small, red, slightly hot and unlike any other variety. Triangular in shape and slightly curved, with dense fleshy sides: the name is derived from the Spanish for "little beak". In the UK growing these with protection is the best option. Piquillos lend themselves to a wide variety of uses and can be paired or stuffed with countless ingredients: meat, seafood or cheeses are typical dishes of the region. Roasting concentrates and intensifies their flavour. A true pepper for all budding gourmets! Price for 10 seeds

£0.75

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Very similar to Californian Wonder except the bell shaped fruit turns a nice yellow colour when mature. Smooth and glossy. Look forward to good flavour, thick walls, and a heavy yield from this sturdy vigorous plant that is well suited to cooler conditions. Price for 10 seeds

£0.60

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Named ACE after the three vitamins it reported to be rich in. This variety can mature to a deep red however it can also be harvested and used while green. It is a particularly early variety in to fruit making it very useful for British gardeners. A vigorous plant with sweet fruits. Price for 10 seeds 

£1.75

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An unusual variety with long and slim bright yellow fruit, which can reach up to 20cm long. It has a gorgeous mild sweet taste! An excellent choice if you are looking for a pepper with a difference. Price for 10 seeds

£0.60

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Sweet and crisp fruits are produced in abundance: from June in a greenhouse, a little later if outdoors.  It is not unusual for these to reach 20cm long, and they ripen to a dark glossy red.  Mild and refreshing in salads or slice them open and cook.  The plants are lofty, they can reach 150cm and you could enjoy upwards of 40 peppers from each. 

    Price for 10 seeds 

£2.50 / pack(s)

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Named for the wonderful aroma released as you cook these fruits.  The smoky fruity flavour adds depth and richness to any dishes that you create with this variety.  These are not your typical blocky peppers: they are pendant, sometimes known as crown headed, we think they look like a habanero but with no heat!

Price for 10 seeds. 

£2.50 / set(s)

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