Sweet peppers plants tend to be quite large, and the main stem needs some form of support to prevent it falling. As the fruit produced are often quite heavy the branches also need support as the fruit mature. If grown in pots we generally recommend using large pots, at least 7.5 litres.

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  • Beja
    • Beja

      An Eastern European variety producing large, wedge-shaped fruit that change from light green to red.

    • Beja
    • £2.00
  • Bell Boy
  • Corno de Toro Yellow
  • Diablo
    • Diablo

      An impressive variety producing high yields of large, bull-horn type fruit that start green and ripen to a red.

    • Diablo
    • £2.50
  • Friggitello
    • Friggitello

      An Italian sweet pepper producing high yields of fruit shaped like elongated cones. Can be used as a tapas pepper.

    • Friggitello
    • £2.20
  • Gourmet
    • Gourmet

      A likeable bell pepper producing plenty of crunchy fruit that turn from green to bright orange.

    • Gourmet
    • £2.00
  • Hamik
    • Hamik

      Yummy! is the only way we can describe this sweetest of sweet ‘snack’ pepper.

    • Hamik
    • £2.00
  • Joker
    • Joker

      A sweet pepper that looks like a chilli, giving you all the attractiveness of an ornamental chilli, but no heat.

    • Joker
    • £2.00
  • Mira
    • Mira

      A very compact sweet pepper that is ideal where space is limited.

    • Mira
    • £2.00
  • Motley’s Crew
  • Oda
    • Oda

      An exceptional sweet pepper producing stunning purple fruit on dwarf plants.

    • Oda
    • £2.00
  • Ontara
    • Ontara

      An unconventional sweet pepper that produces bold, round fruit with an exceptionally thick flesh.

    • Ontara
    • £2.20
  • Sakura
    • Sakura

      An early maturing sweet pepper, producing delicious juicy fruit. Worth trying in short-season gardens.

    • Sakura
    • £2.00
  • Semorah
    • Semorah

      A high yielding, ‘sweet banana’ type sweet pepper from Eastern Europe.

    • Semorah
    • £2.20
  • Shishito
    • Shishito

      The classic Japanese pepper producing fruit that are traditionally harvested young and eaten whole.

    • Shishito
    • £2.20
  • Tequila
    • Tequila

      An unusual bell pepper with beautiful lavender skin surrounding a delicate ivory flesh.

    • Tequila
    • £2.00
  • Turkish Delight
  • Turkish Dolma