Sweet Bell Pepper Bendigo Red, Starter plant (summer)

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Our sweet pepper bell boy red starter plants are perfect if you want to grow your own sweet peppers this year. Buy yours from your trusted local grower. Imagine walking into your garden and picking your own, home grown, fresh sweet peppers as and when you need them every day. No more having to visit the supermarket.
All of our fruit, veg & herb starter plants:
- Are grown in peat free, organic compost
- Are grown in cardboard fully compostable pots, which are designed to be planted straight into the ground (zero waste)
- Are grown without the use of any nasty pesticides or fungicides here at Woodlark Nurseries
- Are grown by your trusted local grower, who care about what your putting in your body and cares for the environment

Sweet Bendigo Red Pepper  
The best choice for those classic blocky sweet peppers we all know and love. The plants are big and sturdy, growing on strongly through the season to produce generous crops of square-ended fruits with thick, juicy flesh and a mild, sweet flavour. Eat them while they're still green, or leave on the plant to ripen to a scarlet red.

Sweet Pepper Care
Your sweet pepper plants will have been grown indoors with artificial heat and light to make sure they are as healthy as possible for you. This does however mean that you shouldn't put your pepper plants straight outside when it's too cold. The general rule of thumb is to start putting your pepper plants outside for a few hours a day from the middle of May to acclimatise them (bring it in over night or if a late frost looks likely). If your lucky enough to have your own greenhouse you can start planting a couple of weeks earlier, and if its heated, even earlier. Getting a well drained compost will work wonders for pepper plants.
Support with canes and feed fortnightly once flowers appear. Once plants reach about 30cm tall, pinch out the growing tips to increase branching so you get more fruit.
Here's a great in-depth guide on how to care and get the best from your Pepper plants