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CHILLI PEPPER - Fushimi

CHILLI PEPPER - Fushimi

OP Open Pollinated

(15 seeds)

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Fry them up for classic results

You don't want hot chilli, but you like flavour. In that case, traditional Japanese Fushimi peppers will fit your preferences. The elongated pods are about Read More

You don't want hot chilli, but you like flavour. In that case, traditional Japanese Fushimi peppers will fit your preferences. The elongated pods are about 14cm long and look like they should be hot, but aren't. Use them raw, in stir fries, or fry them up whole, either coated in batter, or just as you picked them. This particular pepper is highly prized in Kyoto and is regarded as being among the best and most nutritious vegetables to use in traditional cuisine.

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Days to Harvest

70-110 days

Position/Sunlight

Full Sun|Part Shade

Watering

Medium

Plant Spacing

60-100cm

Plant Height

40-60cm

Additional Features

Cuisine, Easy Care Plants, Edible

  • Product Details

    Common Name: CHILLI PEPPER - Fushimi

    Seeds Per Packet: Approx 15

    Days to Harvest: 70-110 days

    Watering: Medium

    Plant Spacing: 60-100cm

    Row Spacing: 80cm

    Companion Plants: Carrots, Onions, Tomato

    Additional Features: Cuisine, Easy Care Plants, Edible

    Scientific Name: Capsicum annuum

    Germination Time: 10-20 days

    Position/Sunlight: Full Sun|Part Shade

    Plant Height: 40-60cm

    Cool/Mountain Sow: Sep-Nov

    Arid Sow: Aug-Mar

    Temperate Sow: All Year

    Sub-Tropical Sow: Aug-Mar

    Tropical Sow: All Year

  • Growing Information

    How to Sow

    Growing peppers is easy, so direct sowing is usually fine, but for good control over your germination conditions, sowing in trays is usually a better bet. A light covering soil is all these seeds need. Then water well and only repeat when you see the soil surface starting to dry out.

    How to Harvest

    As soon as your peppers look big enough to eat, you can start to harvest them. If you want red peppers, leave them on the vine until they colour up. Cut them off with a sharp pair of scissors, secateurs or a knife to avoid damage to the fruit or the plant.

  • Reviews

    3 reviews For CHILLI PEPPER - Fushimi

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    33%
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    S
    Shibu Abraham
    zero germination

    zero germination

    G
    Gregory B.

    As with my Shishito seeds, everything germinated and will be transplanted soon. Can't wait to try them once they have fruited...

    D
    Dennis P.

    Little early to say as yet.

How to Sow

Growing peppers is easy, so direct sowing is usually fine, but for good control over your germination conditions, sowing in trays is usually a better bet. A light covering soil is all these seeds need. Then water well and only repeat when you see the soil surface starting to dry out.

How to Harvest

As soon as your peppers look big enough to eat, you can start to harvest them. If you want red peppers, leave them on the vine until they colour up. Cut them off with a sharp pair of scissors, secateurs or a knife to avoid damage to the fruit or the plant.

Common Name: CHILLI PEPPER - Fushimi

Seeds Per Packet: Approx 15

Days to Harvest: 70-110 days

Watering: Medium

Plant Spacing: 60-100cm

Row Spacing: 80cm

Companion Plants: Carrots, Onions, Tomato

Additional Features: Cuisine, Easy Care Plants, Edible

Scientific Name: Capsicum annuum

Germination Time: 10-20 days

Position/Sunlight: Full Sun|Part Shade

Plant Height: 40-60cm

Cool/Mountain Sow: Sep-Nov

Arid Sow: Aug-Mar

Temperate Sow: All Year

Sub-Tropical Sow: Aug-Mar

Tropical Sow: All Year

3 reviews For CHILLI PEPPER - Fushimi

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
33%
(1)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
S
Shibu Abraham
zero germination

zero germination

G
Gregory B.

As with my Shishito seeds, everything germinated and will be transplanted soon. Can't wait to try them once they have fruited...

D
Dennis P.

Little early to say as yet.

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