Sweet 4" long conical fruits ripen from yellow-green to orange then red. Early maturing 30" plants are resistant to disease and rotting and will ripen even during cloudy summers. Developed at the Institute of Vegetable Breeding and Seed Production on the western edge of Moscow.
- 70 days from transplant
- ±4,900 seeds/oz
- Conical fruits grow to 4 inches
- Sweet pepper
- Plants grow to 30 inches
- Resistant to disease and rotting
This variety works for:
- Fresh eating
This pepper is: SWEET
Bell peppers are sweetest when they mature to a full red, but the crunchy green flesh is a great addition to many savory dishes. You can stuff peppers with quinoa, rice, or a mixture of cheese and beans and bake. This variety is one of the best for frying and has a delicious "roasted apple" flavor.
Roast your red peppers over a burner or under a broiler, then peel and puree with hummus or slice and add to grilled eggplant and mozzarella sandwiches with fresh basil.
Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm.
- Start Indoors: 8 weeks before last frost
- Germination: 14 Days
- Plant Outdoors: 12-24” Apart
- Light: Full Sun
Ratings & Reviews
Russian 5 stars winner
by Sundance Gardens
Strong and robust grower for higher elevations and cool nights, good producer also, impressive.
Early Favorite: Sweet, juicy, and delicious!
by Fargo Community Gardener
This was a star producer in the garden. Very early, prolific, did well with heat/drought stress. The peppers are sweet and juicy with tender flesh. Plants were surprisingly compact, making it a great choice for limited growing space. We spaced these peppers 10 inches all around, but they could go closer together and still thrive. We will be saving the seeds from these and growing again next year!