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Medusa peppers are a type of sweet, ornamental chilli pepper which grows upright, brightly coloured fruit, which is long and thin, producing a "hair of snakes" look akin to that attributed to Medusa in Greek mythology. The fruit is sweet, unusual for ornamental pepper, and goes from green through yellow and orange, to become red when fully ripe.
Plant Height Up to 60cm/ 2ft
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Sowing temperature 16-21C/. Indoors in small pots 7.5cm/3" diameter filled with compost. You’re looking at around an 18 week period between sowing and harvesting.
How to Sow; 2 seeds per pot - 6mm/1/4-inch deep. Germination takes up to 21 days. Best practise is harden off plants which have been raised indoors and finally move outdoors once all danger of frost has passed. As the plants get bigger, pot up into larger pots in stages ending with one plant per 20cm/8" container and place in a hot sheltered sunny position.
Growing on - in open ground
As above but plant in beds or borders 45cm/ 18" apart. You must water regularly, but do not keep the compost soaken. Limit to 6-10 fruits per plant. Feed with tomato food once the fruit start to swell each time you water.