Bright and beautiful pepper ripens in 80 days, changes its color from green to yellow. Crisp peppers and bell peppers are eaten fresh, but grilled peppers are incredibly delicious.
Pepper was first discovered by researchers with Christopher Columbus in Central and South America in the 16th century. Pepper has achieved significant popularity in Europe and remains popular to this day!

How to Grow Bell Horizon Orange Peper:

  • Sowing: Start Bell Horizon pepper seeds internally about 8 weeks before the last expected spring frost. Sow seeds 1/4″ deep using peat pots for planting. Before germination, the soil temperature should be 80-85 degrees F. Provide sunlight for 12-16 hours a day and harden the seedlings for several hours a day. With an outside temperature of 60-65 degrees F during the day and at least 50 degrees F at night, transplant the seеdlings 12-16″ apart. Peppеrs also grow well in containers or raised beds.
    • Plant Spacing: 12-24” in rows; 14-16” in raised beds.
  • Growing of Bell Horizon Orange Peper: The soil must be uniformly moist for a successful and fertile crop, free from weeds. Mulching may be needed. Provide shade to prevent the plants from withering in the scorching sun and heat.
    • Soil Requirements for Bell Horizon Orange Peper: Moist, well-drained loamy soil; slightly acidic to neutral pH.
    • Bell Horizon Orange Peper Days to Germination: 7-14 days.
    • Light Preference of Bell Horizon Orange Peper: Full Sun.
    • How and When to Harvest Bell Horizon Orange Peper: Harvest sweet peppers as desired and necessary. When the pepper turns yellow and hangs on the bush for longer, the sweeter it tastes. Full ripening of the pepper stops further growth, and the collection of green peppers lengthens the growing season. It wоuld be best if you used a sharp knife or scissors to pick the peppers.
    • Bell Horizon Orange Peper Seeds Days to Maturity: up to 75 days
  • Bell Horizon Orange Peper's Seed Saving: Peppers tend to cross-pollinate with other peppers, so isolate them to maintain genetic purity. Cut ripe peppers in half and remove seeds. Dry the seeds for two weeks—store seeds in a cool, dry place for up to two years.

FAST FACTS:

  • Latin Name: Capsicum annuum
  • Type: Open Pollinated, Sweet Pepper, Warm Season
  • USDA Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
  • Seeds per Ounce: 4,000
  • Planting Method: From Transplant
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Height: 24 Inches
  • Color: Orange

 

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