Paprika Palladio F1
Sweet Pepper Palladio F1
1 Pack of seeds
Palladio is similar in size and shape to Attris. It’s an early vigorous variety with fleshy fruits that ripen quickly, turning from green to...
Palladio is similar in size and shape to Attris. It’s an early vigorous variety with fleshy fruits that ripen quickly, turning from green to yellow with maturity and become sweeter as they ripen. Prolific and great flavour!
|Botanical name||Paprika Palladio F1|
|Harvest time||July - September|
|Plant spacing||40 cm|
|Plant Depth||2 cm|
|Preferred Soil||Well drained soil|
|Fully grown in||4 months|
How to take care of Sweet Pepper Palladio F1
Sow seeds from early spring onwards. Too little heat, too much moisture, and lack of air circulation will cause poor results. Sow the seeds on the surface. Just cover with a fine sprinkling (3mm) of soil. Keep moist at all times. Cover tray with plastic film and place in south facing window or place in a heated propagator or a warm greenhouse. When seedlings are showing, pot them on into small pots mix in some organic slow release fertiliser. Water seedlings regularly, but don't let them become waterlogged as this encourages rot. Water the soil, not the foliage. The seedlings need lots of light but more than 4 hours in hot direct sunlight will dry them out. Acclimatise to outdoor conditions a few weeks before they are moved outside. Harvest in 120 days. Use scissors to snip the fruits so you don't damage the plant. Be careful handling chilli seeds; avoid contact with the eyes.
For additional instructions see product packaging.