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Pepper: Hot: Tabasco Greenleaf

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Pepper: Hot: Tabasco Greenleaf - Seeds & Bulbs

Pepper - Hot
Tabasco Greenleaf

Tabasco Greenleaf is a disease resistant, very hot variety of chili used in the famous sauce for more than 130 years. The small (1-1/2 inch long), upright pods are yellow, maturing to red on a compact, bushy highly productive plant. You'll get up to 100 pods per plant. Ideal for containers.

Average Count: 25 seeds

Days to Maturity: 90
When to Sow Outside: 3 to 4 weeks after last frost and when the soil temperature is at least 65 degrees and the outside temperature is at least 70 degrees. Starting indoors is recommended.
When to Sow Inside: 8 to 10 weeks before last frost
Seed Depth: 1/4"
Seed Spacing: Starting indoors is recommended
Row Spacing: 3'
Days to Emerge: 10 - 25
Thinning: Start indoors and space plants 24 inches apart.

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