Jimmy Nardello's Sweet Frying Pepper Organic
- Open pollinated 80-90 days. Heirloom.
- Brought to Connecticut in 1887 by Jimmy Nardello when he immigrated from southern Italy.
- Long slender fruity sweet peppes are ideal for quickly cutting into rounds for cooking.
- The seed cavity of Jimmy Nardello's Sweet Frying Pepper is small and neer the stem.
- Nice for eating fresh, dries well and productive. Easy to see why it has been around so long.
Planting Directions: Sow seed indoors 8 weeks before last frost. Plant seed ¼” deep in sterile seed mix and maintain soil temperature of 65? to 95° with 85° optimum for germination. Germinates in 5 to 14 days. Transplant when first set of true leaves appear. Fertilize regularly and provide at least 12 hours of light per day. Transplant into garden when soil temperatures are 70°-85? in soil enriched with rich compost or a general purpose fertilizer. Space plant 12” apart and water moderately and evenly until peppers form. Reduce water as peppers mature. Peppers need warmth to grow so do not rush transplanting into the garden.