Sweet Pepper Dragonfly F1

Sweet Pepper Dragonfly F1

Product code : 65-7294-01N


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Recommendations :
Indoor sowing : 10 weeks before transplanting in the garden. (*)
(*) From 7 to 10 days after the date of the last ground frost.

Beautiful purple peppers that have thick and sweet walls. This pepper transforms itself from a green fruit into a purple fruit.  It is delicious at the green stage of maturity as it is when fully purple. Fruits grow high on the plant, keeping them from the soil. The 4-lobed fruits do not fade and if left on the vine, turn a beautiful, bright red colour.
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Cultural practices : seed indoors in March in light potting soil. Transplant into a pot when the seedlings have two pairs of true leaves. Transplant them to the garden, in full sun, as soon as the risk of frost on the ground has passed.

Soil : light, humus-like and fresh.

Spacing : space the plants 30 cm apart in rows 60 cm apart.

Growing tips : water regularly during the flowering period. Fertilize once (1) per month with a fertilizer rich in potassium.

Harvest : peppers are more flavorful and nutritious when harvested when ripe. It is therefore necessary, throughout the season and especially towards the end of summer, to protect the plants from the cold and to ensure that they get the maximum amount of heat. When the frost seems to set in, harvest all the vegetables from the plants, even if they are still green. When picking, never break the peduncle. Always cut with pruning shears.

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Growing plants from seeds


Rival plant

chive, fennel, kohlrabi, okra, tomato

Companion plants

basil, carrot, marjoram, onion, oregano

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