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California Wonder (Bell) Pepper
California Wonder (Bell) Pepper
California Wonder (Bell) Pepper
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California Wonder (Bell Variety)
75 days — An old, standard bell pepper variety. The plants are upright, strong, and produce four or five fruits that are mostly four-lobed, blocky, and four by four and one-half inches. The flesh is thick, mild and sweet flavored. Each packet contains 0.25 gram, which is approximately 30 seeds.
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My favorite pepper
I normally buy these plants from the local vendors. This season, I decided to try and raise these green peppers from seed. I raised five plants out of six seeds in my germination station. After planting in the garden, one plant took off immediately. Another came along soon after and the other three started off a little slow, but soon came on quickly. Now, it's the first of November and the plants are still producing. Indiana just experienced its first real frost, so this will slow them down. Overall, I really enjoyed raising these plants. I will try again next year.
Reviewed by: David Martin from Rockville, Indiana. on 11/1/2014
Slow start . . . lots of big green perfect peppers!
I started these seeds indoor and unfortunately some of the seeds never germinated but I think I just planted them too deep (first attempt with this). Those that came up grew pretty slow but they were healthy and handled the move outside just fine. The plants were a bit slow to grow but once the heat wave hit, they took off and finally we were able to pick lots of big green perfect peppers!
Reviewed by: Joe DeMeo from Valparaiso, IN. on 3/7/2014
Wonderful Pepper
I grew these 2013 season and was very excited with my crop! I planted about 10 plants. The seeds were started indoors and germination was easy. These plants produced beautiful peppers with no bug or disease issues. I grew these to use for stuffed peppers. I waited till they turned red to harvest-we prefer the less "green" taste. I removed the seeds and froze them whole and we are still enjoying them. I also picked the last of the green ones before our frost and they kept very good in cold storage for a couple months- allowing them to turn red also.
Reviewed by: rosemary kelley from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
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