Chilli Korean Dark Green
Chilli Korean Dark Green
Chilli Korean Dark Green
Chilli Korean Dark Green
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Chilli Korean Dark Green

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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.
The tall plants have dark green foliage about 2 to 3 feet tall producing loads of dark green slender peppers average 3 inches. They are very spicy and hot, traditionally used in real authentic kimchi and other Korean dishes.

 

These plants love fish emulsion, when added once a month they grow really tall and produce crazy amount of super long chillies.

Growing Peppers are like tomatoes, require well-drained fertile soil. Plant the seeds in good, well-drained, fertile soil and place them in a location where the get lots of sunlight. Watering a good inch of per week ensure high even yield. Apply fish fertilizer once every, chili plant loves fish fertilizer and they grow crazy tall and yielding super long peppers.

While Planting add a little bit of Bone meal along with compost and mix well to the top layer of the soil. You can also give them a dose of composted tea every 2 weeks for the first 8 weeks of growth. All our pepper varieties are Heirloom and Open Pollinated. Our seeds are collected from the best strain to ensure you have the best of the best product.

In Northern zones start sowing seeds indoors about 2-3 weeks before last frost. Most pepper seeds sprout in about a week when the temperature reaches to about 70-80 degrees F.