Seeds - Pepper, Crimson Carillon Sweet Bell OG (F)
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Description: If you’re looking for a big, blocky bell pepper for short seasons, look no further! Delectable as green peppers ripening red and sweet, you'll love Crimson Carillon stuffed, sliced on salads, diced in salsa, and simply as a snack right in the garden.
Cascading like carillon bells in the tower (their namesake!), Crimson Carillon is a new open-pollinated variety from Cornell.
Pack Size: 20 seeds
Latin Name: Capsicum annuum
Main Uses: Culinary
Days to Maturity: 58 - 67 days green, 72 - 80 days red
Exposure: Full sun
Height: 50 - 75 cm (20 - 30 inches)
Certified Organic: USDA Certified Organic
Growing in Containers: Well-suited to larger pots; minimum 20 cm (8").
Fertilizing (Containers): Feed with an organic veggie fertilizer such as Evolve Tomato 3-2-2 through the season.
Watering (Containers): Water deeply and evenly - very important! Peppers will fruit poorly if plants dry out excessively... even once.
Growing in Mixed Planters: Well-suited for larger mixed planters. For productive fruiting, allow 20 cm of space per pepper in a mixed planter.
Fertilizing (Garden): Plant in a garden recently amended with compost. Weekly application of kelp supplement is associated with greater fruit set and improved late-season cold tolerance in peppers.
Watering (Garden): Water deeply to establish. Water mature plants weekly during hot weather.
Suitability for Indoors: May be grown as a specialized crop indoors.
Exposure: Brightest window (May - September) or grow lights (October - April).
What about Grow Lights? T5 or 26 - 54w CFL full spectrum lights are ideal.
General Indoor Care: Start fresh seeds in late summer or fall for indoor growing. Peppers can be prone to aphids when grown indoors, so rinse plants regularly under fast-flowing freshwater (easy organic aphid control!). Fertilize every 14 - 21 days when growing under lights, using an organic veggie food such as Evolve Tomato 3-2-2. Bell Peppers typically remain productive for about 6 months indoors.