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Biquinho Yellow Pepper Seeds
This rare pepper is crunchy and juicy with a mix of tropical flavors that are described as citrus and fruity with slightly smoky tones. Biquinho can be eaten raw or cooked, but are generally pickled in vinegar and served with meals. Try these Biquinho peppers which are also called Sweety Drops, in our Pickled Sweety Drop Peppers Recipe. These peppers are quite popular in Brazil, where they originated.
These small round 1-1/4" peppers have a pointy end. They have a unique, slightly tart flavor with a tiny bit of heat. Fruits turn from very pale green to yellow and get orange-red if left longer on the plant. The small 24” plant can produce hundreds of peppers. Read more about these Brazilian Peppers »
Capsicum annuum (90 days) Heirloom - Open Pollinated
Heat Level: Mild Scoville: 500-1,000
~ Packet contains 10 seeds.
In early spring, start seeds indoors 8 weeks prior to warm nightly temperatures. Place the seeds in sterile media and cover 1/4” deep. Provide 85°F bottom heat, bright light, and keep moist at all times. Seeds will germinate in 7 - 21 days. Transplant seedlings into pots and grow until there are 6 true leaves on the plant. Plant them directly into rich soil, 30” apart or into large 5-gallon containers. Harvest peppers when they are green.
All of our seeds are GMO-free.
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