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Lipstick Sweet Pepper
Red or Green—Great Both Ways!
(3 customer reviews)
These ruby red pimiento-type peppers are some of the sweetest, most delicious available. Pick them when they’re green or red! Produces tons of oblong 4-in. fruits, even in a cool summer. Perfect for pastas, roasting or fresh in salads and salsas! 70 DAYS.
Seed counts: 100 seeds sow a 20-ft. row.
Seeds will be shipped within 5-10 days of your order.
Plants ship only in the spring. If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
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- Saturday, January 26, 2013
Adorable Red Peppers
Reviewed By: Sue S (Blue Point, NY)
Tried 3 plants season 2012. Plants grew sturdily enough but dawdled in actually setting fruit. I gave them shot of Espoma Triple Phosphate and within a week the peppers were set & staying. Got 11-20 adorable little peppers per plant, staked plants as they got top-heavy in our sandy soil. Peps just right for our kitchen needs
- Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Reviewed By: Diane Murphy (washington, il)
I grew lipstick peppers from seed. the plants produced abundently. I thought the flavor was mild and stronger than a green pepper/ I didnt find they turned red very readily. They seemed to get rotten before.
- Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Reviewed By: Nan (Cleveland, Ohio)
My husband and I have a difficult time growing red peppers where we live in Northeast Ohio, due to a shorter growing season. The three plants we bought this year produced wonderfully sweet red peppers into mid-October. Each plant provided an abundance. Just try to wait until they turn red to pick. My husband picked some early, though, and they were still delicious.
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