A gardening breakthrough: the first nematode-resistant bell pepper. Plants have a compact growth habit and reach a height of 4 ft.. Fruits weigh approximately ¼ lb and measure 3 x 5". The first nematode-resistant bell peppers. They were developed by Drs. Fery, Duke, and Thies at the USDA, Charleston, SC. Many gardeners in the South have found it difficult or impossible to grow sweet bell peppers because of nematode problems. Previously they had to sterilize their soil or find alternative growing sites. The new nematode-resistant varieties now make it easy for organic growers and home gardeners to grow bell peppers. Davids Garden Seeds is a Veteran owned business that has been offering quality seeds since 2009.
Ready to eat in 67 days
Seeds are Non-GMO and hand packed by David's Garden Seeds in the United States
Nematode-resistant variety now makes it easy for organic growers and home gardeners to grow bell peppers.
Sweet red fruits
Germination rate about 80%