Chinese Five Color Pepper
Small hot pepper with an elongated shape, ranging through multiple colors as it ripens. Easy to dehydrate. The fruits are 2 to 4 cm long, and are very hot. Good spiciness, excellent taste, the LGBTQ+ diversity on a plant. Productive.
Package: 20 seeds
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Latin name : Capsicum annuum, Capsicum baccatum
Common names : Hot Pepper
French : Piment
Family : Solanaceae
Plant type : Annual
Habit : N.A.
Height : 40 – 60 cm
Width : 25 – 30 cm
Days to maturity : 80 – 90 days
Sowing : Sow indoors in early March. Heating mats improve germination.
Depth : 0.6 cm
Germination : N.A.
Soil : Rich, well-drained.
Exposure : Sunny
Planting : Transplant outdoors in the spring, after the last frost.
Plant spacing : 40 cm
Row spacing : 60 cm
Watering : N.A.
Care and other considerations : Does not tolerate the cold.
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The Jimmy Nardello peppers come from the Basilicata region in the south of Italy. This region has had a rich and diverse pepper culture for generations. The Jimmy Nardello first came to life in Giuseppe and Angella Nardello's garden in the 19th century. They emigrated to Connecticut in 1887, along with all of they children, and brought with them the seeds of this long and thin-skinned red pepper.
According to the story, their 4th child, Jimmy Nardello, became a passionated gardener. He kept on cultivating the family seeds which his parents had preserved all their lives. Shortly before his death, in 1983, he donated his seeds to Seed Savers Exchange and they quickly became famous amongst the farming community.
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Package: approx. 30 seeds