Grafted Pepper Thor 10cm Pot

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Grow your own sweet pointed peppers with this Suttons Grafted Pepper Thor 10cm Pot plant Read more
Why we love it:
  • Grafted Pepper Cupid 10cm Pot is a large, long pointed pepper which can reach up to 25cm in length
  • These peppers are crispy, juicy and sweeter than block peppers, and are ideal eaten raw in a salad, or fried
  • This is a grafted pepper plant, combining a vigorous rootstock with the tastiest, best performing varieties resulting in an increased crop yield
  • This pepper will start cropping earlier than usual and continue producing with vigour over a long season
  • This grafted pepper plant has excellent soil-borne pest and disease resistance (especially to powdery mildew) and greater tolerance to nutritional disorders

    What you need to know:
  • 1 x Grafted Pepper Thor 10cm pot
  • Large, long pointed pepper; sweet and crispy
  • Bumper yields
  • Excellent soil-borne pest and disease resistance
  • Greater tolerance to nutritional disorders
  • Grow in containers, beds or borders
  • Grow in full sun or partial shade
  • Please note: There is a possibility that your plant will include a grafting clip, if it does, this is an integral part of the grafting process and that it should be left in place. As the plant grows it will naturally shrug off the clip
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