The huge fruit of the giant yellow Quadrato bell pepper is a favorite. The largest variety we have grown, beautiful and blocky, with very thick walls — the flavor is outstanding, sweet and rich! This Italian variety produces very heavy yields, one of the best peppers for market. (80 days)
Each packet contains approximately 25 seeds.
Start seeds indoors 8 to 10 weeks before last frost date of spring. Surface sow or barely cover the seeds, which benefit from the light to speed germination. Keep seed-trays warm and do not allow to dry out. When sprouts appear, move to a sunny window or grow light.
Set out well-developed transplants after last frost date when weather is warm. Peppers need rich soil and can be harvested green or ripe.