Siberian Pepper (Capsicum annuum)
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Siberian Pepper (Capsicum annuum)

Slightly Smaller Pepper Variety with Moderately Hot Fruits

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Siberian Pepper (Capsicum annuum)
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The bushy-growing Siberian Indoor Pepper barely reaches over 50cm and cuts a fine figure on a sunny windowsill. The variety originates from Siberia and, therefore, tolerates bad light conditions in winter. The overly numerous chili fruits are
thick-walled and their tanginess can be compared to cayenne. The fruits turn ripe approx. from August and can be harvested until October.

Capsicum annuum seeds, content: Approx. 20 Siberian Indoor Pepper seeds
Details: Plant description & care
Plant family:
Plant height approx.:
100 cm
Flowering time:
Flower colour:
Root system :
Cordate root
Lifecycle :
full sun
Sowing & cultivation
Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
Sowing time outdoors:
Sowing depth:
0.5 cm
Best germination temperature :
25 – 28 °C
Planting distance:
40 x 40 cm
Main harvest:
Bad intercropping partners:
Good intercropping partners:
  • Sowing period: Indoors mid-February/ at the end of March, resp. 8-10 weeks before the last frosts
  • Ideal germination temperature: +25-28°C, a light and warm location is absolutely necessary
  • Germination period: Up to 2 weeks. After germination, put the plants in a cool place at approx. +20°C again
  • 2-3 weeks after sowing, prick the plants when the first pair of leaves has fully developed. Thereby, the roots should be pruned to stimulate the healthy growth of the roots.
  • Plant outdoors from mid-May to the beginning of June after the last night frosts. Before, the plants should be tempered for some days. Don't forget to water the plants after transplanting.
  • Peppers need well-loosened, permeable soils with high humus content. They don't need waterlogging but also never like to fully dry out.
  • Pepper plants love warmth and prosper best in a greenhouse. That doesn't mean that it's impossible to let it grow outside. However, choose the warmest and most protected location in your garden to cultivate peppers or think of a protection fleece if needed.
  • Peppers are heavy feeders. They need a sufficiently good fertilizer and, indeed, very much water
Other names
Botanical name:
capsicum annuum
Item number
Magic Garden Seeds
Seed quantity:
20 Pcs.


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