Sweet Pepper Long Yellow Ringo (3 Plants) Organic
This product is exempt from any promotions, discounts and express delivery | Despatch from Late April Onwards
Sweet Pepper Long Yellow Ringo is a tasty, decorative pepper, delicious raw in salads or cooked for its lovely sweet flavour making it a popular addition to lots of dishes
Plants are delivered from late April to July
Minimum Quantity on Veg Plant Orders is Three Packs (any varieties)
Sweet Pepper Long Yellow Ringo is a tasty, decorative pepper, delicious raw in salads or cooked for its lovely sweet flavour making it a popular addition to lots of dishes.
Supplied as 3 healthy growing organic pepper plants, these plants are best grown under glass or other suitable protection. The pepper plants can be transplanted outdoors in June in warm, sheltered areas.
- Supplied as 3 healthy growing organic pepper plants
- Sweet Pepper variety: Long Yellow Ringo
- Delicious and decorative pepper
- Great raw in salads or cooked for its lovely sweet flavour
- Order now for delivery from Late April onwards
- Grown pesticide free
- Allow up to 3 weeks for delivery
The Sweet Pepper plants will grow much better in a warm greenhouse, some smaller plants will do well on a sunny windowsill. Peppers prefer fresh compost in either growbags or pots.
If you are planting in growbags you should plant 3 to a growbag or plant one per pot. If you are planting in beds, the spacing can vary depending on the pepper variety, but we will include full planting instructions with your plants, but around 20cm is usually a good spacing.
When the plants reach about 20cm in height you can pinch off the growing tips which will encourage a bushier plant with more peppers.
Keep the pepper plants watered thoroughly and give them a liquid feed every fortnight. If the plants need a little support, they can be trained up a bamboo cane or we have a wide range of plant supports to help.
Keep an eye out for aphids, whitefly and spidermite which can all damage the plants.
The peppers can be picked at whatever stage you like. They start out green and gradually change colour. Picking the peppers often encourages the plant to product more.