Pepper 'Bull Nose'
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PACKAGING: Sachet Zip-lock 12-15 SEEDS
1. Original Name: Bull Nose. Also known as Bull Nosed Large Bell or Bull Nose Bell Pepper.
2. History: An old heirloom variety introduced from India to America by Thomas Jefferson (the third President of the United States of America) as early as in 1759. This variety has always been grown at Jefferson's plantation known as Monticello, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. It used to be pickled and stuffed with cabbage.
3. Plant Specifications: Early-season. A good choice for growing outdoors and in a greenhouse. Firm and short bush growing up to 1.6-2.3 feet (50-70 cm) tall.
4. Training Instructions: It is recommended to tie the longest stems so that they do not break because of heavy fruits.
5. Shape and Weight: Cube-shaped fruits. Weight: 5.3-10.6 oz. (150-300 g).
6. Color: Green at the mature-green stage and bright red when fully ripe.
7. Flavor Profile: Sweet with a bright pepper flavor. Thick walls. The flesh is juicy and crisp.
8. Culinary Use: An all-purpose pepper variety being perfect for fresh salads, stuffing, canning, vinegar pickling and freezing.