Sweet peppers for Siberia: a selection of the best varieties with descriptions

 Sweet peppers for Siberia: a selection of the best varieties with descriptions

Siberia is so large that the choice of pepper varieties is ambiguous for it. The same varieties in the south and in the central part of the region are grown outdoors, and in the north, even in greenhouses, the harvest is not always successful. However, there are common features of the local climate: return frosts until June, early autumn, strong fluctuations in daily temperatures, then drought, then prolonged rains. Siberian varieties of peppers are adapted to all this.

The best varieties for the greenhouse

One of the main purposes of the greenhouse is to get an early harvest. After all, you can plant peppers in it a week or two earlier than in open ground. And if you also pick up early varieties, then the first peppers can be harvested not at the end of summer, as usual, but already in the middle.

All varieties and hybrids of peppers included in this selection are taken from the State Register of Breeding Achievements of the Russian Federation. This means that they have passed variety trials, their properties and characteristics have been officially verified and confirmed, and a specific originating organization is responsible for the purity of each variety. All described peppers are bred in Siberia or adapted to its conditions.

What early peppers can be grown in Siberian greenhouses

The firstborn of Romantsov is resistant to temperature extremes. The variety, in spite of the vagaries of the weather, always sets fruits, and thick-walled ones. However, the bush is compact (45–55 cm), the fruits are not large (less than 100 g), which is why the yield of the variety is not too high.

Pervenets Romantsov's peppers drooping, conical, red

The Siberian Express looks elegant both in the garden and on the table. The pods are long and thin, like hot peppers, but they taste sweet. For salad and other dishes, they are cut into rings.

Pepper Siberian Express looks hot and tastes sweet

The fat baron destroys the stereotype that in Siberia it is impossible to grow peppers with large and thick-walled fruits, and even early ripening. From the emergence of seedlings to the collection of the first fruits, it takes 90-100 days. The peppers are large (up to 200 g), prism-shaped, located on the bushes, like candles, with their tops up, and the thickness of the walls reaches 1 cm.

And in Siberia, you can grow such a pepper: beautiful, large, with thick walls

The gold bar is one of the most delicious and fruitful peppers for Siberia. The fruits are large (160 g to 300 g), with a thick wall (7-9 mm), juicy, sweet, can be eaten fresh, like fruit.

Pepper The Gold Bar looks very appetizing and is actually sweet and juicy.

Boyarin sets red, cone-shaped fruits, with a curved nose, the wall thickness is usual - 5-7 mm. The taste is rated “good”, not “excellent” by professional tasters, but it is very fruitful. The variety will provide you with raw materials for winter harvesting.

Video: review of Boyarin pepper

Valentine's card grows as a miniature bush of 30–35 cm, while the yield is rather big - 3 kg / m². The plants are covered with yellow and red candles-fruits (up to 75 g) of a triangular shape. The taste is excellent, it will give pleasure from consumption both fresh and canned.

Valentine's card is a feast for the eyes: the bush is compact, there are many fruits, their color changes from green to yellow, and then red

Table: characteristics of early peppers for greenhouses in Siberia

Variety nameRipening period in daysFruit shape and color in biological ripenessFruit weight (g)Wall thickness (mm)TasteProductivity (kg / m²)
Firstborn Romantsov80–112drooping, conical, redup to 90up to 7good and great0,7–2,2
Siberian express112drooping, proboscis, dark red403–4good and great1.5
Fat Baron90–100upward, prismatic, red106–1677–10good and great2.6
gold bar110drooping, cuboid, yellow1617–9a great3.0
Boyarin110drooping, conical, red86–1605–7good3.9
Valentine105–107upward, narrow conical, dark red41–755–6a great3.0

Unfortunately, neither in the State Register nor on the websites of producers there is information about the immunity of varieties to fungal and viral diseases. In the south of Siberia, all these peppers can be grown in the open field under a temporary shelter for the period of return frosts.

Medium-ripening thick-walled greenhouse peppers

Bagheera is a pepper variety named so for its spectacular fruit. They are massive, in the form of a cube, technical ripeness purple, almost black, when ripe, a red tint is added to black. Fist-sized peppers, juicy taste, good taste, versatile.

Bagheera peppers sing and change colors: green, black, red

Jaguar - gives even larger fruits, their shape is prismatic, and the color after ripening is dark yellow. The variety received a higher tasting rating than Bagheera, and is three times more productive than it: 3.4–4.2 kg / m² versus 1.2 kg / m².

Jaguar pepper looks impressive, plus fruitful and tasty

The pearl of Siberia is a red-fruited variety. In terms of the size of peppers, it occupies an intermediate position between the Jaguar and Bagheera, but in terms of yield it surpasses both - up to 5.3 kg / m². The taste is not great, but good. The walls are thick, crispy, juicy. A bright and pleasant peppery aroma is felt.

The pearl of Siberia is a harvested variety of aromatic pepper

The Golden Calf and the Golden Calf are two peppers with similar names and characteristics. The fruits are large, cube-shaped, thick-walled - up to 10 mm, dark orange. The yield of the Golden Calf is low - 1.5 kg / m², and the Golden Calf in the State Register is indicated on an industrial scale - 257–327 c / ha. And seed producers promise up to 14 fruits per bush.

Golden Calf peppers are colored in a rich dark yellow color

The Siberian format is the thickest in this list (8–10 mm). Peppers grow in the form of a cube, burgundy in color, with excellent taste and aroma. The yield is greater than that of the Jaguar, but less than that of the Pearl of Siberia.

Siberian format - large, cuboid, thick-walled

Table: characteristics of thick-walled peppers for greenhouses in Siberia

NameWall thickness (mm)TasteFruit shape and color in biological ripenessFruit weight (g)Ripening period (days)Yield
Bagheera6gooddrooping, cuboid, dark red1321151.2 kg / m²
Jaguar7–8a greatdrooping, prismatic, dark yellow2301203.4-4.2 kg / m²
Pearl of Siberia7–8gooddrooping, cuboid, red200120–1304.8-5.3 kg / m²
Golden Taurus7–10good and greatdrooping, cuboid, dark orange104–173100–12014 fruits of plants per bush, 257-327 centners / ha
Siberian format8–10a greatdrooping, cuboid, dark red129 to 3001204.6 kg / m²

The best varieties for open ground

In the open ground of Siberia, conditions are harsh, so there are few varieties that could grow here without shelter at all, even light temporary ones. Most are zoned for the Far East. Their common features:

  • compact bush;
  • medium-sized fruits, up to 100 g;
  • aroma is poorly expressed;
  • the yield is low, but stable, regardless of the quality of the summer;
  • increased resistance to cold and fungal diseases.

Table: characteristics of peppers for open ground in Siberia

Variety nameZoning region in SiberiaRipening periodFruit shape and color in biological ripenessWeight of one fruit (g)Wall thickness (mm)TasteYieldImmunity
MorozkoEastern and Western Siberiamiddlecone-shaped, directed horizontally, dark red55–715good1.0-2.3 kg / m²to Alternaria
CatchEastern Siberia and the Far Eastmiddledrooping, conical, red70–1004.2–5.0good and great95-104 c / hato the main fungal diseases of culture
ArtyomFar Eastmiddledrooping, prismatic, red64–903.4–4.2good and great67-101 c / hato tobacco mosaic virus and fungal diseases
Ermakearlyhanging, prismatic, red53–70 up to 1203.8–6.3a great90-145 c / hato tobacco mosaic virus and verticillary wilt
Sudarushkaearlyflat-round, directed horizontally, red70–877–10a great96-198 c / hato the main fungal diseases of culture
Slavutichearlydrooping, conical, red56–904.6–5.6good and great155–366 c / hato verticillary wilting

Photo gallery: sweet peppers for open ground in Siberia

Video: peppers in the open ground of Altai (South Siberia)

In Siberia, we sell pepper seeds brought from all over the country. And not all are adapted to our climatic conditions. So, last year, according to a picture and a promising description, I chose and sowed peppers Hannibal F1 and Orange Beauty F1. Before autumn, Hannibal managed to set fruits of normal size, but with very thin walls (1-2 mm) of a poisonous green color, absolutely unsuitable for eating. All bushes with fruits went into compost. But the Orange Beauty made me happy. The bushes in our conditions were low (50-60 cm), but a lot of peppers were tied on them, and large and well-fed, crowded each other on the branches. Some even began to turn yellow, and in the greenhouse it would have been possible to get orange peppers. Now I looked into the State Register and everything came together: Hannibal was allowed to grow in greenhouses of the Central Black Earth Region, the South, the Volga Region and other territories of the European part of the Russian Federation, and I kept him in the open ground of Siberia. The orange beauty is recommended for all regions, that's why it grew up with me. It is a pity that the zoning region is not written on the seed packages, you have to check yourself so that the compost is not grown in the beds.

In addition to the peppers created in Siberia and zoned for it, there are many more varieties and hybrids for all regions in the State Register. Among them, you should choose early and mid-season ones, for example: Orange beauty (average, yield - 8-9 kg / m²), 38 parrots (early, 9.3-9.5 kg / m²), Cow's ear (average, 3.2 kg / m²), Kolobok (early, 2.3–4.8 kg / m²), etc. In Siberia, it is desirable to grow them in greenhouses and hotbeds.

Features of growing peppers in Siberia

The main thing in this region is compliance with the terms of sowing and planting, as well as protecting the heat-loving culture from the cold. Sowing of seeds of mid-season varieties is started here after February 20, and early ones - after March 8. Care on the windowsill is the most common: picking, watering and feeding.

Video: caring for pepper seedlings

The timing of planting seedlings, of course, depends on the characteristics of the climate. Already in May in Siberia there are hot days with temperatures of +20 ... +25 ° C even up to +30 ° C, but they are often replaced by cold periods, sometimes with snow. Frequent frosts at night, which stop only on June 7-10. After these numbers, they start planting peppers in open ground, and in a polycarbonate greenhouse or greenhouse, under dense agrofibre (more than 40 g / m²) - May 15–20. The film as a greenhouse cover is used only by gardeners who live next to the site, they can cover the peppers in the evening, and remove the cover in the morning.

Peppers in Siberia are often grown in greenhouses

It is undesirable to use a film as a covering material. At night, the air underneath it quickly cools down, and in the daytime, as soon as the sun comes out from behind the clouds, it gets very hot. The temperature in the greenhouse rises to + 70 ° C. Plants die in such conditions. With the advent of agrofibre, the film has lost its popularity, but in Siberia it is used: it is covered over agrofibre during frosts or during the period of prolonged rains to protect the peppers from excess dampness.

In the northern regions of Siberia, raised beds are made even in greenhouses and greenhouses. There are three ways to build them:

  1. A frame made of boards or other material 30–40 cm high is knocked down and ground is poured inside.
  2. A layer of earth is removed with a bayonet to make a trench the size of a garden bed, fill it with weeds, fallen leaves, sawdust, kitchen waste, and move the removed earth up.
  3. The plot is dug up, the beds are outlined, then the paths are dug with a shovel and the earth is shifted from them to the beds.

In the north, even in greenhouses, high beds are made, the earth in them warms up better

After landing in shelters until the beginning of June, if frosts are expected, the peppers additionally protect: in greenhouses they are covered with inverted boxes, boxes, pots, and the greenhouses are covered on top with another layer of agrofibre or old blankets. Antistress drugs help the peppers to survive sudden temperature changes and prolonged cold snaps: Epin, Energen, Novosil, etc. They are processed immediately after transplanting to the garden and during periods with unfavorable weather for peppers. The frequency of treatments is indicated in the instructions for each drug.

The optimum temperature for peppers during the day is +23 ... +27 ° C, at night - about +20 ° C.

A greenhouse was built inside the greenhouse to protect the seedlings from the cold

From mid-June, temporary shelters can be removed from the greenhouses, and the greenhouses can be kept open around the clock. Shelters will be needed again when the temperature drops to +15 ° C and below at night. Such a period in Siberia begins already at the beginning of August.

Formation of peppers in Siberia:

  • You do not need to pinch the top of young plants, the pepper itself forms a fork and lays the first bud on it. All stepchildren below this place must be removed.
  • It is also recommended to remove the first bud so that it does not take away the strength from the bush and it rather grows strong shoots. If it is a pity to remove the flower, then it is advisable to remove the pepper that has tied from it early, not to let it hang until it is fully ripe, otherwise this bush will no longer be fruitful.

    The pepper formed a fork, and on it was a flower that had already been removed

  • Above the fork on the main two stems, 2 more strong stepsons are left, the rest are removed along with the flowers.
  • In late July - early August, pinch all the tops and remove all flowers. They pull the juices on themselves, and they will not have time to turn into fruits, but the remaining peppers will get more nutrition, they will fill up faster and larger.

    Peppers bloom throughout the warm season and form ovaries, at the end of summer you need to remove all the buds, from which the fruits will not have time to grow

The rest of the care is watering so that the earth is constantly moderately moist, loosening, mulching and fertilizing with fertilizers for tomatoes, peppers and eggplants every 10-14 days. If you want to collect more fruits from the bush, cut them off in technical ripeness, that is, at the beginning of staining. Many ripe peppers on the bush can only be grown in the southern regions of Siberia. When the average daily temperature is no higher than + 10 ° C, collect all the fruits, and pull the bushes out by the roots and put them in the compost.

Video: the formation of peppers, rationing of the crop, feeding

Early and mid-season peppers are grown in Siberia. Among them there are thick-walled, with excellent taste and bright aroma. You can find varieties with fruits of different shapes, colors and sizes. The largest and sweetest ones are grown in greenhouses or in the open field of the South of Siberia.

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Garlic varieties with photos and descriptions for open ground

There are many plants grown in vegetable gardens. These are both the most common and exotic ones. But among them there are those that grow in any garden. In addition to tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, peppers, cabbage, etc., herbs are also planted, such as onions and garlic. These two crops are grown by almost everyone. This review focuses on garlic.

Garlic is notable for the fact that it is not only good for culinary purposes, but also a medicine.

There are a lot of varieties of garlic. There are those that give an arrow, there are non-shooting varieties. There are those that stand out in terms of planting time: winter and spring.

Garlic varieties are also distinguished by color. These are white and red varieties. The color is most commonly associated with the planting time of the garlic. So, red is winter, and white is spring.

When growing garlic, most often gardeners are guided by the time of its planting. Which variety to sow winter or spring, i.e. one that is planted in spring or before winter.

One of the important advantages of winter garlic is that, after "sitting out" under the snow, in the spring it rises immediately and yields a harvest before the spring.

However, in addition to the usual garlic and onion, there is also something in between: this is a variety that has a milder taste and less pungent odor than regular garlic.It is also noteworthy that he has a large onion. This garlic is called rocambol.

Varieties of sweet and thick-walled peppers: an overview of the best species

Thick-walled sweet peppers are in high demand among gardeners. As a rule, these are cuboid and tomato-shaped forms. Thick is the wall (pericarp, pulp) 5-10 mm in size in fruits grown in the open field. For greenhouse peppers, the requirements are higher: vegetable growers have the right to expect 8 mm or more.

The size of the pericarp is laid down at the genetic level, it is a characteristic feature of the variety or hybrid. The potential is realized only with competent agricultural technology, taking into account the region and specific growing conditions.

Sweet peppers with thick walls are offered by breeders from Russia and Moldova, France and Holland, Japan and China.

The best varieties of sweet thick-walled peppers for open ground

Many interesting varieties of thick-walled sweet peppers have been developed for open ground - with increased unpretentiousness, endurance to temperature extremes. It can be both foreign and Russian varieties, including Siberian breeding. Garden peppers are usually early or medium early in maturity, juicy and sweet even at this stage.

It is unripe peppers that contain a large amount of vitamin C, this indicator decreases to the phase of biological maturity, but the percentage of carotene increases.

Alyosha Popovich (Semko)

Bagheera (Altai Seeds)

Abundant early ripening variety up to half a meter high. The pulp is 0.9 cm, sweet and aromatic, almost black at technical ripeness and chocolate-reddish at full ripeness. Cuboid peppers, weighing 120-250 g, record over 300 g.

Aristotle Ax 3 R F1 (Dutch selection)

White filling (Siberian garden)

An early variety with a bouquet ovary, compact (0.4 m) and unpretentious. Fruits are flattened-cubic, rounded, weighing 110-130 g. Pericarp 10-12 mm. The color changes from milky to bright red. Amicable growth, fast ripening, excellent keeping quality. Recoil from the bush - 1.3-1.5 kg.

Quinta F1 (Semko)

Fat Man (Aelita)

A variety of medium ripening: the first peppers are picked 4 months after the start of the growing season. The bush is 55 cm high, with a one-time filling of a dozen ovaries. Fruits are cuboid, red in full ripeness, weighing 200 g, with pulp 1 cm thick. Taste is excellent.

Thick-walled sweet peppers for greenhouses

Varieties of thick-walled greenhouse peppers are poured into the most massive fruits. Medium-sized or tall bushes are abundantly loaded with crops and require increased nutrition.

Hybrids are preferred, although there are modern non-hybrid varieties with excellent performance.

Alkmaar F1 (Semko)

Greenhouse hybrid of two meters in height with a fertility of up to 14 kg from 1 sq. m. Resistant to temperature stress, not affected by tobacco mosaic. Peppers with a centimeter pericarp, elongated blunt-nosed, 15 cm or more long, each weighing up to 0.3 kg. Removable maturity occurs 3 months after the beginning of the growing season, biological (red) - a month later.

Atlant F1 (NK-Russian vegetable garden)

Tall hybrid pepper with blunt-nosed fruits more than 20 cm long, flesh thickness 9-11 mm. Ripening time is average, color in full ripeness is dark red.

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Barin (Manul)

Vasya-Cornflower F1 (Aelita)

Medium early (100 days) novelty of Russian selection. Not affected by tobacco mosaic. Bushes grow 150 cm. Return - 8 kg / sq. m. Peppers are poured up to 250 g, in full ripeness they turn yellow. Wall - 0.8 cm.

Gemini F1 (Dutch selection)

Star of the East giant red F1 (Zedek)

A hybrid of an average ripening period (125 days) with a productivity of more than 8 kg / sq. m. The bushes are quite high (0.8 m), open, stress-resistant, disease-resistant. The shape of the peppers is a shortened prism, up to 20 cm long. The pulp is more than 10 mm.

Claudio F1 (Dutch selection)

Marshal F1 (Zedek)

A hybrid of medium ripening (125 days), medium-sized (0.8 m), resistant to infections. Peppers are prism-shaped, weigh 300 g or more, flesh up to 10 mm. When fully ripe, the color is red. Productivity 8.5 kg / sq. m.

Tevere F1 (Japanese selection)

Super early varieties

Early ripening peppers, as a rule, do not have time to build up a thick pericarp. But recently, breeders have bred hybrids with an accelerated filling of fruit pulp up to 5-8 mm. Plants can be planted both in greenhouses and hotbeds, and in open ground.

The champions in technical early maturity and wall thickness are Japanese and Dutch varieties, as well as peppers from the Russian agricultural firm Semko.

Zarya F1 (Semko)

Quickly F1 (Semko)

This hybrid can be plucked for salad within 80 days after germination. The formed fruits turn red very quickly - in 2 weeks, on the vine. The mass of peppercorns is 100 g, the thickness of the pulp is 5 mm or more.

Recoil in the open field - 4.5 kg / sq. m, under cover - twice as much. Plants are resistant to stress, wilt and viruses. The bushes are medium-sized, do not need shaping. Placement density - 7 pcs / sq. m.

Sonata F1 (Semko)

Tamara F1 (Dutch selection)

The bush is not more than half a meter, but spreading and very powerful. The hybrid works in any soil. The peppers, cone-shaped, weighing about 200 g, actively grow and quickly turn red. Pericarp 0.8 cm.

Caliph F1 (Japanese selection)

What varieties are suitable for growing in Central Russia

Varieties of thick-walled sweet peppers for the Moscow region and the entire Non-Chernozem zone must be adapted to weather whims and a lack of solar energy. Greenhouses and greenhouses provide guaranteed warmth.

Street beds for peppers are located in places protected from the wind.

Big Boy (Aelita)

Mid-early (105 days) variety with a yield of up to 8 kg / sq. m. The bushes are medium-sized, branched, with the simultaneous development of 7-8 ovaries. Fruits are thick-walled (0.8 cm), cubic, with an average weight of 270 g, red when ripe.

Golden Jubilee (Moldavian selection)

A variety of medium ripening. Peppers are flattened-cubic, with rounded lobes-ribs. Wall 8-10 mm. Coloration in biological ripeness is orange-yellow. Dessert taste. The half-stem bush needs a reliable garter.

Novogogoshary (Sedek)

Mid-early (110 days) variety with rounded-ribbed fruits weighing 90-140 g. Pericarp about 1 cm, with increased sweetness. Bushes no more than half a meter, moderate spreading.

Red Knight Ex F1 (Dutch selection)

This mid-early Dutch hybrid bears fruit successfully in the Middle Lane - both in greenhouses and on the street. Peppers have the shape of a cube and a wall 1 cm thick. Fruits are usually picked green, in technical ripeness, without waiting for their reddening. Bushes require a strong garter, growing almost up to a meter.

Garden Ring (Semko)

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Medium early (110 days) variety with rapid reddening (125 days from germination). Type "gogoshary" (tomato-shaped), pericarp 6-8 mm. Average fruit weight - 150 g. Diet peppers - sugary, sweet. Bouquet fruiting, yield 5 kg / sq. m. The variety is not subject to wilt. Planting density - 7 pcs / sq. m.

Suitable varieties for Siberia

In Siberian greenhouses, you can grow any varieties and hybrids of pepper, except for late-ripening ones. But for open ground for Siberia, the assortment is selected especially carefully, giving preference to modern local varieties - early and unpretentious.

Gold Ingot (Altai Seeds)

Mid-early (110 days), sweet-fruited salad variety, orange at full maturity. Cubic peppers, thick-walled (0.9 cm), weighing 150-350 g. Plant height - up to 0.6 m. Bushes are planted under a shelter or directly into the ground.

Chinese lanterns (Altai seeds - "Chinese series")

A powerful and unpretentious variety with sweet peppers that follow the shape of rounded tomatoes. Fleshy fruits, weighing 110-140 g, suitable for storage and transportation.

Bear (Agros)

Mid-early variety of Siberian selection. The bush is not higher than 45 cm. Fruits are cylindrical, not too large (140 g), but the wall grows up to 1 cm, when fully ripe they turn red. The pulp is juicy, tender.

Hit of the Season (Siberian Garden)

A novelty from Siberian breeders with flattened cuboid peppers weighing 200-350 g. Low (0.5 m) bushes begin to yield crops 3 months after the start of the growing season. The variety turns red on the vine even in open field conditions. The thickness of the pulp is up to 1 cm.

Apple Spas (Siberian Garden)

A popular early variety with a bouquet-forming ovary. Fruiting is amicable, the return is 1.5 kg from the bush.

The peppers are tomato-like and turn red over time. The wall is more than 10 mm.

Growing peppers using lazy technology

Fleshy fruits are characterized by excellent keeping quality and transportability. For 1 sq. 6-7 bushes are placed, their height does not exceed 0.4 m. The variety is responsive to complex mineral fertilizing.


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Varietal representatives and hybrid forms for growing in Siberia

Sweet pepper varieties for Siberia must be resistant to spontaneous temperature changes and cold. The best yield under such conditions was shown by:

  • Siberian bonus
  • Pepper Novosibirsk
  • Gingerbread man
  • Triton
  • Firstborn of Siberia
  • Siberian prince
  • Pioneer
  • Merchant.

Siberian varieties tolerate sudden frosts, rains and strong winds. However, even adapted representatives are best grown under the protection of a greenhouse.

The advantages and disadvantages of culture

Tomato yield lags behind the most productive varieties. Along with this disadvantage, there are other disadvantages:

  1. Limited culinary use. Tomato is best eaten fresh. Consider the unusual taste of orange fruits when making sauces, purees, or juices. In a jar as a whole, tomatoes sometimes crack.
  2. Thermophilicity. In a garden bed, it is appropriate to grow only in warm latitudes.
  3. The need for competent care: shaping, pinching, garter.

Tomato also has a lot of advantages:

  • good sweet taste, high carotene content
  • medium-sized fruits
  • adaptability of the harvested crop to long-term storage
  • good indicators of safety during transportation
  • immunity to yellow leaf dwarfism.

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Dmitry is from the Krasnodar Territory. Last year, a neighbor at the dacha "treated" the seedlings of a new hybrid. Pepper did a great job and started growing quickly. As a result, I got lush bushes with a lot of buds. I left 8 flowers on each. The peppers turned out to be large, fleshy. The largest tightened to 380 g.

Valentina from Voronezh. I grow pepper in a greenhouse for sale. The presented hybrid liked the large, bright fruits. There is no more trouble with him than with other varieties. The only caveat is that it requires more "food".

Pepper Livadia F1 is a modern variety that is suitable for growing in any conditions. At the same time, even a novice gardener can master simple agricultural techniques and get a significant harvest.

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