1 years to reach maturity
When the weather starts cooling in autumn, cut plants off at the stem and hang them upside down somewhere warm like a conservatory, so fruit can continue to ripen.
Sweet Pepper 'Redskin' Overview
This RHS AGM award winning pepper is a naturally dwarf and compact variety which is ideal for growing in patio pots or hanging baskets. It produces high yields of sweet tasting blocky fruits.
Common problems with Sweet Pepper 'Redskin'
Can also suffer blossom end rot.
How to propagate Sweet Pepper 'Redskin'
Sow in early spring in pots in a heated propagator or on a sunny windowsill and pot on individually, finally planting out into containers or in the greenhouse borders once plants are about 15cm tall. Support with canes as they mature and feed fortnightly with liquid tomato feed once flowers appear.
Other uses of Sweet Pepper 'Redskin'
Grown as an annual crop this pepper suits container growing in greenhouses/poly-tunnels or windowsills.