Fertilize: Every two weeks
General Information: PeppiGrande Red is a corno that ripens from green to red, with outstanding crisp texture, rich flavor and more sweetness than large-fruited peppers. The corno-shaped fruit are often seedless, which means less preparation time for chopping and cooking. Great on the grill or baked stuffed with cheese.
To produce seedless fruit in your garden, Peppi varieties must be grown in isolation from other (non-seedless) pepper varieties. If planted too close to non-seedless varieties, there is a chance that Peppi varieties will produce a few seeds. Try growing Peppi seedless pepper varieties with your tomatoes, eggplants or by themselves to gain the benefits of seedless fruit! If you are not able to isolate Peppi varieties, they will still produce larger, great-tasting fruit with just a few seeds. Best grown in-ground with support of stakes or a cage.