NAME: Purple Beauty Pepper
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Capsicum Annuum
COLOR: Deep Purple Peppers
PLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frost
PLANT HEIGHT: 18 - 24"
PLANT SPACING: 18 - 24"
HARVEST: 74 Days
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average
QUANTITY: 75 Seeds
OTHER: The Purple Beauty is a high yielding bell type of pepper. It is open pollinated and produces 3 x 3" fruit that is sweet & mild in flavor.
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Jun 28, 2021
Arrived quickly, just as described
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Apr 20, 2021
Good seller. Prompt Shipping. Reasonable Price. Good quality seeds. I live in New York or what I like to call New Siberia because our springs are long and cold. I started these in the greenhouse, but they weren't germinating so I brought them inside and stuck them close to our wood-burning fire. Once inside, they germinated quickly. I would say at least 75-80% germinated. They are in my greenhouse now with a small space heater to keep them extra warm. I don't want them to get spinly in the house dude to lack of natural sunlight. I'm not sure how well these will survive transplanting in 5-6 weeks, but I'm hoping they do well . The seeds themselves are good quality. If anyone is having trouble, just remember peppers need it HOT; make sure the soil is moist but not drenched and keep the soil warm. Good luck!