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NEW! PEPPER SEED - King of the North, Sweet Red

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NEW! PEPPER SEED - King of the North, Sweet Red

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PEPPER SEED - King of the North (red sweet) - NEW THIS YEAR!

Capsicum annuum - Annual

Indoors: 8 weeks before last frost date

Direct seed: Not recommended

Days to Germination: 8-14

Days to maturity: 75 from transplant

Approx. 35 seeds per packet

A great sweet red pepper that lives up to its name. It was the first to ripen here in northern Maryland. A delicious blocky, thick-walled variety. We collected these from our friend Kate.

Research shows that peppers (chiles hot and sweet) are among the oldest cultivated foods in the Americas and have been in the human diet since about 7,500 B.C. The ancient ancestors of the native peoples used the wild chile piquin to cultivate the varieties we are familiar with today. - Garden Guides

All Garden Gate Farm seeds are grown and collected by us and are open-pollinated, heirloom varieties. We encourage you to grow these and then save your own.
PEPPER SEED - King of the North (red sweet) - NEW THIS YEAR!

Capsicum annuum - Annual

Indoors: 8 weeks before last frost date

Direct seed: Not recommended

Days to Germination: 8-14

Days to maturity: 75 from transplant

Approx. 35 seeds per packet

A great sweet red pepper that lives up to its name. It was the first to ripen here in northern Maryland. A delicious blocky, thick-walled variety. We collected these from our friend Kate.

Research shows that peppers (chiles hot and sweet) are among the oldest cultivated foods in the Americas and have been in the human diet since about 7,500 B.C. The ancient ancestors of the native peoples used the wild chile piquin to cultivate the varieties we are familiar with today. - Garden Guides

All Garden Gate Farm seeds are grown and collected by us and are open-pollinated, heirloom varieties. We encourage you to grow these and then save your own.

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