Heritage Status: Overseas
Bio-Region of Origin: Northland
Number of Seeds: 50
Description: Koanga’s hardiest, easiest to grow, most prolific sweet pepper. It is a long, thin, tapered, red, thin walled, frying pepper, and is delicious added to everything that requires a cooked pepper for flavour rather than heat. Each bush produces up to 50 fruit and they begin cropping earlier and continue later than most others.
Planting Instructions: Plant indoors in trays in early Spring. Needs even temperature of 18 degrees C to germinate. Prick out when second leaves appear to 2.5 cm diagonal spacing. Transplant after danger of frost, under cloches if necessary at 30 cm diagonal spacing.