Bell pepper Corno Di Toro Giallo

$ 12.60

SKU 6776 Category

Uncommon variety of pepper, yet the most interesting pepper , for its excellent taste, very fruity! It is thin and elongated, approximately 6 cm in diameter and 20 cm long. It can be eaten raw or cooked. You can also make delicious stuffed peppers. It’s one of the first peppers to ripen in the garden!

Sowing: February to April

about 30 seeds

The importance of Heirloom Seeds
the Conservatory and our selection of Seeds

Bell pepper Corno Di Toro Giallo – Heirloom Seeds / Rare seeds

Sowing: February to April

Harvest: July to September

Sowing in a bucket: Start your sowing in a small terrine from mid-February to mid -April (18/20° night and day) in seed compost, cover your seeds by 0.5 cm, pack and keep moist. Prick out your seedlings when the plants reach 4/5 cm, in pots, with potting soil 1/3 manure or compost, bury well until the first leaves. After the Saints-de-glace, when the frosts are no longer to be feared, and your plants will have reached 15/20 cm, plant your peppers by burying them in the ground, up to the first leaves, in a hole with manure, compost or a few nettle leaves if necessary. Space them 60 cm apart. Water abundantly the first days, then during the summer water regularly.

30 seeds approximately