(Capsicum annum) Heirloom. Tapering, yellow to red fruit, 15cm in length. Sweet flavour with no heat. 120 seeds
HINT: Capsicum are frost sensitive. In cooler areas, dig up bushes in Autumn, pot and place inside to ripen fruit into winter. Plant out again in Spring.
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