Early and very productive. Short sturdy plants, have a spreading habit and produce dark green medium sized bell typed fruit, which turn red on maturity.
Peppers require a long growing season and should be started early at a temperature of 18 – 21°C (64-70°F) in order to guarantee germination. They like heat and humidity and are best grown under glass or even on a sunny window sill, although it is possible to grow them in a sheltered, sunny spot.
Sow just below the surface
Plant 38-45cm (15-18″) apart