Wilko Seeds Pepper Hot Cayenne

0284056
  • Enjoy mild green peppers or fiery red ones
  • Sow seeds from Feb-Apr
  • Harvest between Jul-Oct
Our Pepper (Hot) De Cayenne Seeds produce classic peppers that turn from a milder green into a hot, peppery-flavoured red. A great addition to any spicy dishes, they can be easily frozen whole for later use. Suitable for growing indoors in an unheated greenhouse or polytunnel as well as outdoors in a sunny sheltered location. Sow indoors from February to April, ready to harvest from July to October. Average pack contains 60 seeds. Warning:Seeds should not be eaten. Store out of reach of children and pets. Wash hands after handling - can irritate skin and eyes. Always read the instructions before use.
£1.00

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Product Description

Our Pepper (Hot) De Cayenne Seeds produce classic peppers that turn from a milder green into a hot, peppery-flavoured red. A great addition to any spicy dishes, they can be easily frozen whole for later use. Suitable for growing indoors in an unheated greenhouse or polytunnel as well as outdoors in a sunny sheltered location. Sow indoors from February to April, ready to harvest from July to October. Average pack contains 60 seeds. Warning:Seeds should not be eaten. Store out of reach of children and pets. Wash hands after handling - can irritate skin and eyes. Always read the instructions before use.

Product Specification

Brand:
Wilko
Type:
Peppers
Pack Qty:
1
Assembly:
No
Height:
14.5CM
Width:
7.5CM
Depth:
.4CM
Bar Code:
2840567

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