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Organic Marconi Yellow Pepper

Organic Marconi Yellow Peppers are an Italian variety which produce a sweeter and tastier fruit than a bell pepper. Great for roasting and frying, but also taste wonderful when eaten fresh.

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SKU: 1228-O. 8107680209870 Category: .

Planting Information

  • Sunlight:
    Full Sun
  • Watering:
    Regular
  • Start Seeds:
    Indoors (Transplant)
  • Transplant:
    At 8-10 Weeks with no danger of frost.
  • Seed Spacing:
    Transplant 18 inches apart.
  • Thinning:
    18 inches
  • Spread:
    12 inches
  • Days to Maturity:
    Ready in 60-80 days.
  • Fruit Size:
    7-10 inches

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Organic Marconi Yellow Peppers are an Italian variety which produce a sweeter and tastier fruit than a bell pepper. Great for roasting and frying, but also taste wonderful when eaten fresh.

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