Redskin Dwarf Sweet Pepper General Information

 Redskin Sweet pepper is commonly called the ‘Patio Pepper’. That is because the dwarf bush height of 8-14″ is super manageable in a container placed on your patio. The plant is not that tall, well-branched and has a crowded set of exceptionally sweet flavored red fruits hanging around on the bush. The red-red 4- to 5-inch fruit are an an eye catcher in any location, looking huge on this dwarf plant. The bells are symmetrical, with three to four lobes and excellent color. Proof you don’t have to have a large vegetable garden to grow your own. Even the smallest patio or balcony can accommodate a few containers that will give you a bumper crop of delicious fresh organic veggies.

Growing Redskin Sweet Dwarf Peppers

Plant the seeds on the self watering miniature cup and wait for them to germinate. It should take roughly 15 days to pop up their heads. Three weeks later they will be baby bouncing bushes ready for a hydro-organic container. A smaller to medium sized passive or active hydro container will do. Most bells are easy to grow. The biggest challenge is the Mosaic Tobacco virus, so prevalent when raising peppers. In 60 days after transplanting, your going to be able to ward up the stove or make a “self grown” salad.

Using Redskin Sweet Peppers

Pick them green or let them mature to rich red, when their vitamin content is at its peak. Their mildly sweet flavor combines easily with many dishes and is also an excellent source of vitamin A. Ideal for stuffing or used fresh in salads. Try serving them grilled, roasted, or stir-fried or preserve them by canning, drying, or freezing.

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