SpecificationsCapsicum Long Sweet Yellow is a long, tapered, lime-green fruit. It is yellow in colour, turning red on maturity. Capsicums are extremely versatile fruits that are rich in Vitamin C. They can be eaten raw on their own or in salads or cooked in stir-fries. Other methods include frying, roasting, stuffing, pickling and incorporating into salsas and other sauces. Requiring a position in full sun, Capsicums should be planted in well-drained soil that has been that has been enriched with compost or manure prior to planting and water regularly to ensure the soil stays moist. Adding mulch on top of your garden bed will help retain moisture in the soil. Plant Capsicums alongside Carrots, Onions and Tomatoes Capsicums reach maturity at 11-14 weeks and should be planted 30cm apart
Common Name Capsicum Plant Type Outdoor, Seedling, Shrub, Vegetable Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Botanical Genus Capsicum Botanical Species annuum Flower Type No Foliage Type No Market Name Garden Fresh Maxi
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