As hot peppers go this is the milder one. The 6″ long yellow fruit are by far the first hot peppers ready in the garden and produce an abundance of fruit all season.
- Peppers like warm sandy soil best and full hot sun.
- Plant once the ground has warmed and chance of frost has passed.
- Great in the garden or at the centre of a patio container.
- A little fertilizer early is all it needs.
- Plant 20″ apart and 4′ between rows.