Vegetable Seeds Catalogue
A bell capsicum that has a high yield and thick, sweet flesh. A strong upright bush that can handle the good crop it produces, grows to 60 cm. It is good best to remove the first two to three flower clusters to prevent the early setting of seedless fruit that can stunt the bush for a month or more. 25 seeds.
A prolific capsicum that is popular in Cuba and is gaining popularity ‘elsewhere’. A sweet capsicum with a very subtle tang. It has a long tapering fruit that is yellowish-green when young, ripening to red, grows to 12+cm long. Very popular for frying, stuffing and BBQ’ing or eaten raw in salads. 20 seeds.
A large dark green, thick-walled capsicum that ripens and sweetens to red. Super crunchy raw for use in salads, with dips or the kids lunch box. The large fruit, 12 cm x 9 cm, provide a great option for stuffing and roasting. In cooler areas they require a warm, sheltered position. Suitable for growing in containers. 30 seeds. Treated seed (thiram).
An Italian style ‘bullhorn’ capsicum that is early, very productive and suitable for cooler climates. It is a sweet variety that is 20 cm long and 5-7 cm wide at the shoulders. Fruit ripens from green to a dark crimson red. Plant in a sheltered spot with full sun to maximise the early yields. 20 seeds.
An early, high yielding sweet cherry capsicum. The smooth glossy round fruits ripen from green to red and get to 4-5 cm in diameter. Great fresh or baked. The perfect snack/appetiser size for pickling or stuffed with herbs and creamed cheese, ricotta or feta. Plant in a sheltered spot with full sun to maximise the early yields. 30 seeds.
An unusual capsicum for its rich chocolate brown colour. It is also remarkably early, crops well and tolerates cool nights. Smooth, medium-small, tapered capsicums. Mild flavour with medium thick flesh that is red under the skin. Ripen from green to brown. 15 seeds.