Bell Pepper 'California Wonder'
Capsicum annuum 'California Wonder'
Also known as
Sweet Pepper, Bell Pepper, Red Pepper, Green Pepper, Soetrissie (Afr.)
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This plant has a mild fragrance
Bell Pepper 'California Wonder' Overview
California Wonder sweet pepper produces glossy bell-shaped peppers that can be green, yellow, red or purple. California Wonder is a good choice for home gardens as they are low-maintenance and easy to grow. They are resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Potato Virus Y, Phytophthora Blight, Tobacco Etch Virus and Bacterial Leaf Spot.
Common problems with Bell Pepper 'California Wonder'
Bell Pepper 'California Wonder' Companion Plants
How to harvest Bell Pepper 'California Wonder'
The first peppers will begin to set 60-70 days after planting seedlings. Pods will change from green to yellow and red as they ripen. Wait until the fruits are about 7-10 cm before cutting them from the stem. Picking smaller peppers early in the season often provides a longer, more prolific harvest.
How to propagate Bell Pepper 'California Wonder'
Sow seed indoors in spring or directly in summer, 10-15 mm deep and 30-40 cm apart. Germination takes 10-28 days. Transplant seedlings when they have a pair of true leaves or are 5 cm tall.
Special features of Bell Pepper 'California Wonder'
California Wonder is a medium feeder and needs a moderate amount of nutrients.
Bell peppers can be grown in large containers
Other uses of Bell Pepper 'California Wonder'