Grow capsicum in your garden, and enjoy delicious meals with your very own, home grown produce. Capsicum Sweet Allsorts Mixed seeds produce a special 'surprise' mixture of fruiting plants in red, green, yellow and purple brown. Diced and eaten raw in summer salads, or cooked in a variety of dishes, they'll really brighten up your serving plates.
|Fruiting Period — Summer, Autumn|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
Sow seeds in trays or pots of seed compost and firm in. Maintain at 18C (65F) or thereabouts, a warm windowsill often suits well. Plant out to 12cm pots when seedlings reach 5cm high. Plant the seedlings out under glass in October, or else harden off outdoors in December and plant in a warm sunny position. When the plants flower, apply a syringe of water to the flowers to assist setting. Feed regularly with liquid fertiliser. For best results, grow in an unheated frame or greenhouse or outdoors in a hot sunny area in rich soil.
When the plants flower, apply a syringe of water to the flowers to assist setting.