GREEN BELL PEPPER
Development by Tom Wagner, USA... Almost hollow or sometimes full and juicy pepper-like fruits.
Developed by Tom Wagner, this variety is not fully set, some fruits develop into almost hollow peppers, others are full and juicy, with a flavour reminiscent of Green Zebra, but still square in shape. When ripe, the fruit is orange-yellow in colour.
Grown in 2015 under cover
-Sown on 15 March
-Planted on 7 May
-Very vigorous plant with a very large stem from which root embryos emerged in some places. Planted on 2 stems.
-Height +/- 1.90 m
-Foliage: very long, dark green, abundant, horizontal habit
-Fruit: small size, pepper type, broadly ribbed. Tends to burst.
-Light green colour with darker green stripes, slightly amber at maturity. Shoulders darker green.
-Depression at the weak peduncular attachment.
-Trace of umbilicus at a tiny point.
-Harvest: average, regular until frost. Has little supply in relation to the size of the plant.
-Fleshy and dense. 2 lodges sometimes half-hollow containing few seeds and gel.
-Taste: any flavour.
Small to medium
+ ou - 1.6m