A wonderful, ornamental pepper. These compact plants have a wonderful bluish tinge and produce lovely, small violet-blue fruit that are quite hot. Production is heavy, thus creating a stunning display of color that can't be missed! Perfect for ornamental landscaping or in pots. So pretty.
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Start seeds indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost date of spring. Surface-sow or barely cover the seeds, which benefit from light to hurry germination. Keep the seed-tray in warm conditions, but do not allow to dry out. When sprouts appear, move to a sunny window or grow-light. Set out well-developed transplants after last frost date when weather is warm. Peppers need rich soil.
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