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Marconi Giant F1 Sweet Pepper Seeds

Marconi Giant F1 Sweet Pepper Seeds

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Giant Marconi - F1 Hybrid

An Italian sweet pepper that lives up to its name, producing large 8” long fruits. The giant peppers have a smoky-sweet flavor and grow on tall 36“ plants. Giant Marconi is a strong producer, flowering and forming peppers through summer heat and humidity and right up until the first frost.

Giant Marconi has peak flavor when peppers color to a rich, bright red. The flavor is wonderful raw but is richer when grilled or roasted. This variety was chosen as a 2001 All-America Selections Winner for its adaptability, earliness, flavor, and yield.

Heat Level: Sweet   Scoville: 0

Capsicum annuum (62 days) Non-GMO

Heat Level: None

 ~ Packet contains 10 seeds. 

Germination Tip: Start 8 weeks before transplant date indoors, sow 1/4” deep. Keep soil moist, with bright light & bottom heat. Germination: 7-14 days. Harden off, transplant 30” apart in full sun with fertile soil. Harvest when full size in 62 days. Learn more at www.sandiaseed.com/grow


All of our seeds are GMO-free.



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