Pepper, Hot – Georgia Flame

$3.48

A piquant pepper from the Republic of Georgia. Fruits grow to 20 cm (8″) long and have a thick, crunchy flesh on high-yielding 60-cm (2′) high plants. An excellent salsa pepper.

Price is for seed packets. Plants are available at store. 

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10 in stock

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Description

Botanical name
Capsicum annuum

Family
Solanacea

Spacing
1 per square foot

Depth
Plant seeds 6 mm (¼”) deep.

Requirements
Hot hot sun. pH around 6-6.5.

Germination
Seeds will sprout in 10-21 days.

Pests
Not affected by many pests or diseases. Can be used to keep pests away from the garden.

Timing
Plant seeds indoors in early March to plant transplants in the garden in late May.

Growing
In our short growing season, peppers need to be started indoors in the early spring. You can purchase seedlings at a garden centre, or start seeds yourself for transplanting. Once your pepper is in the ground, cover the ground with dark river stones to trap the sun’s heat and keep the roots warm when the temperature drops at night. Peppers can benefit from regular sprays with kelp fertilizer while they are setting fruit.

Harvest
90 days from transplant

Season
Warm, annual

Links
How to harvest peppers and eggplants
Hot peppers and how to handle them