This versatile pepper brings a rich harvest in the open field! The small fruits have a thick wall, are bursting with juice, and are very aromatic. These can be harvested green or red when fully ripe. Eat them raw or cooked. Preserved in vinegar, they make a tasty treat and can also be dried for winter. The best for Spanish-style tapas "Pimientos de Padrón".
Sow in early March into pots in a warm place. Transplant into the field from May 20 in a cold frame or protected space at a distance of 60 ✕ 60 cm. Tie to stakes and keep free of frost. For early peppers you can sow early in a professional greenhouse.
Sowing quantity 5 - 6 g/Are