Pepper Sweet Grafted Plants - Collection
The collection that contains three excellent sweet pepper varieties.
Three first-class peppers, all of which show excellent virus resistance and will produce a good crop of tasty peppers! Collection contains three plants (1 of each variety):
F1 Milena - A strong vigorous orange pepper. This pepper plant will produce heavy crops of these mouth-watering medium-sized peppers. The F1 Milena is strong growing and early maturing, producing beautifully uniformly shaped peppers. Its fruits will have thick walls that ripen into a deep orange colour, this pepper plant is well adapted to grow in unheated greenhouses or outdoors from late spring.
F1 Britney - This sweet pepper plant will produce heavy crops of these mouth-watering medium-sized peppers. Quick to ripen the F1 Britney will transform from a deep green to luscious red, they really are a work of art. Growing sweet peppers is very rewarding as they are so dynamic. Why not simply add them to your favourite recipe or serve up stuffed peppers filled with ground beef, rice, and mozzarella. Harvesting from the summer through to the autumn you’ll have plenty of time to experiment.
F1 Chelsea - A strong vigorous sweet pepper. This sweet pepper plant will produce heavy crops of these mouth-watering medium-sized yellow peppers. Quick to ripen this pepper plant fruits will transform from a deep green to luscious bright yellow, they really are a work of art. Tender and sweet, the F1 Chelsea is better suited for salads and uncooked dishes
What’s so good about grafted veg plants?
Grafting onto specific rootstocks, of course, creates bigger, better, more disease-resistant plants with increased yield. Consequently, we believe, the extra vigour which the plant obtains will provide even better protection to late Blight attack, and the plants will grow away from any infection even more rapidly.
Grow in the greenhouse or outdoors, little or no heating required. With excellent resistance to soil-borne pest and diseases - No more ring culture or grow bags you simply plant straight in the soil.