I don't normally do this (perhaps I should!) but I wanted to let you know how pleased I was with the fruit bushes,etc. They arrived this morning and after undoing the excellent packing I was impressed with how strong and healthy the plants were. I have spent a very pleasant spring day heeling everything in. So thanks once again for your prompt and efficient service - I look forward to my first crop of soft fruit this summer and for many years to come!! Regards, Lynn Cadman
Lynn Cadman, Herts
Supplied as a packet of approximately 20 seeds.This Product is Available Now.
Whilst being a fairly new variety, this follows in the footsteps of many traditional Italian 'hot peppers' - so we're not quite sure if this should be a sweet pepper that is hot or a chilli pepper that is sweet.
The small round fruits start of dark green and sweet in flavour; as they mature to red so they heat up - and the longer they are left to mature in the sun the hotter they will get. That said, they never get really spicy and always retain their pepper sweetness.
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