Minimum seed Count: 30
Germination Days: 7 - 14
Hardiness Zone: 3-9
Planting Depth: 1/4”
Plant Spacing: 18”
Growth Habit: Upright
Soil Preference: Well-drained
Temp Preference: Warm
Light Preference: Full sun
Days to Maturity: 75+
Pests/diseases: Southern blight, Mosaic, Aphids, Leafminers, Flea Beetles, Spider mites
An heirloom from South Korea dated back to 1614.
Introducing the Korean Dark Green Chilli Pepper - a unique and flavorful addition to any dish! This pepper is grown in the regions of South Korea, and is known for its unique dark green color and distinct taste. The Korean Dark Green Chilli Pepper has a moderate heat level and a sweet, tangy flavor that adds depth to any dish.
Not only does it add a bold flavor to your dishes, but it also has health benefits. Capsaicin, the compound that gives peppers their heat, has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.
Being native to a region gives the Korean Dark Green Chilli Pepper a unique identity and characteristics that reflect the local environment and culture. The pepper is grown in the regions of South Korea, and the unique climate, soil and farming methods used in these regions, contribute to the pepper's distinct color, taste, and level of heat.
Korean cuisine is known for its complex and unique flavors and the Korean Dark Green Chilli Pepper is an integral part of this. It is commonly used in traditional dishes such as kimchi, bibimbap, soups and many more, adding a special and authentic touch to these dishes. The pepper is also a common condiment to be served with rice dishes and it is also a staple ingredient in many Korean sauces and marinades.
Being native to the region, the pepper is also considered an important part of the local culture and cuisine. It is often used in traditional dishes and recipes, adding a bold and flavorful touch. It is also a source of pride for the local farmers and communities who grow and harvest it.