CHILI - PADRON

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Padron is also known as Pimentos de Padron which means,
Pimento of Padron. They are very mild in heat but rich in
flavour. They are a pimento shaped fruit best picked when
2-4 cm long after which they gain heat at the expense of
flavour. Padron is highly regarded by cooks because of
the very rich flavour and very moderate heat.

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Capsicum annuum

Padron is often known as Pimentos de Padron which means,
Pimento of Padron. They are very mild in heat but rich in
flavour. They are a pimento shaped fruit best picked when
2-4 cm long after which they gain heat at the expense of
flavour. Padron is highly regarded by cooks because of
the very rich flavour and very moderate heat. if left too long
on the bush they get very hot. Native of Padron region of
NW Spain. Sow Chili seed .0.5-1cm deep spaced 50-60 cm
apart in rows 1.0-1.5 m apart. The soil should be warm, over
18 C. Chillies take about 75-90 days to produce ripe fruit.
Plant in the garden:-Tropical areas ..Anytime. Subtropical
areas..August to March. Mild Temperate areas..August to
December. Cold Temperate areas..September to November
In Temperate areas it is best to plant using seedlings
prepared a month to six weeks earlier. Chillies like alkaline
soil and do best with dolomite or wood-ash added to the soil.

QTY 20 seeds

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