Pepper Sweet Banana Seeds

$3.25

Pepper Sweet Banana Seeds
Capiscum annuum Heirloom

70 days to 4-6″ long slender fruits
Can be harvested green yellow, orange or red
Versatile crispy sweetness pairs well in sandwiches
just as it does in the roasting pan
Delicious in salads, can be pickled, fried, used in sauces,
appetizers, relishes & stuffing or eaten fresh & freezes well
Non-GMO, Organically Grown Vegetable Seeds for full sun, Canada

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Description

Capiscum annuumSweet Banana Pepper

‘Sweet Banana’ Heirloom Pepper
Hungarian Wax Peppers

Pepper Sweet Banana Seeds

Type: Tender Annual Heirloom. Sweet Vegetable, 70 days
Bloom: Mid Spring into Summer
Flower: 5 petal, white
Fruit: 4-6′ long x 1.5-2″ diameter slender fruits
Height: 16-24″ tall
Light: Full sun
Soil: Rich, moist, well drained
P.H: 6.0-6.8
Moisture: Evenly moist
Use: Appetizers, relishes, roasting, sandwiches, sauces, stuffing. Fruits freeze well. Suitable for container gardening
Tolerances: Heat tolerant
Problems: Possibly aphids, cutworms flea beetle, thrips, white fly
Notes: Fruits start out light yellow & turn to bright red. High in vitamins B6, C, & folate. Harvest early to encourage more fruiting throughout season by cutting off when full size, with firm skins, either when yellow, orange or red. Fresh fruits will last up to one week in cool, dark & dry conditions. When temps start to cool into late summer, pull plant & hang upside down to dry. Low maintenance, Easy to grow

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Capsicum annuum Seed Propagation
Indoors: January start for hottest chilies or March. Surface sow onto moist warm medium. Apply fine cover of vermiculite, Use dome or clear plastic & place on heat mat in bright, warm area. Maintain 64-75F soil temperature until germination 5-15 days. Transplant to 3″ containers of compost when first set of true leaves. Keep warm in bright area. Harden off for 1 week before planting out in full sun 20″ apart from late May to June or 2L pots to warm house
Outdoors: Transplant recommended. For long growing season, direct sow 2 weeks before last frost. 18-34″ apart in rows 3′ apart. Keep slightly moist. Water regularly but sparingly once fruit sets

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