PLANT : Strong And Vigorous
FRUITS SHAPE : Very Attractive, 3 – 4 Lobed, Blocky
FRUIT COLOR : Shinning Dark Green Turning Red At Maturity
FRUIT SIZE : 110 – 130 Gms
SPECIFICATION : Firm Skin Makes It Suitable For Distant Transportation, Fruits Bears From Top To Bottom Of Plant, Very Heavy Yielder
MATURITY : 70-75 Days After Transplanting.
The origin of the capsicum is known to be the Americas. However, the vegetable is now widely available in almost all parts of the world. It is now one of the main ingredients of many cuisines such as South Asian, European, Mediterranean and of course – Mexican. Native to the Americas, Mexico, Central America, and South America, the capsicum has been named after the Latin word, capsa, meaning case. It’s a highly flavorful vegetable with variants in red and yellow colors. The vegetable is also known to have medicinal value and formed a primary food ingredient in the Americas. The capsicum belongs to the genus of flowering plants in the nightshade family Solanaceae. Capsicum is very rich in nutrients and contains good amount of Vitamin A and C. Along with essential nutrients, it also provides a healthy dosage of proteins, plant fats, and carotenoids. It also contains provitamins such as B1, B2, and B3, P, and E. Traditionally, the capsicum has been used to keep cholesterol in check and treating indigestion. Regular consumption of the vegetable is also advised to those suffering from diabetes. At All That Grows, we offer pure, non-GMO seeds of capsicum that you can easily grow in your kitchen gardens! So start today and add this healthy vegetable to your gardens.