Sold as a single plant in a 4x4 inch pot.
Garden Planting - Space 1 foot apart in rows that are 2 feet apart.
Container Planting - One plant per 6x12 inch pot or two plants per 5 gallon bucket
Sweet/ Mild Spice
This medium early, small, sweet/ mildly spicy, thin-walled glossy green pepper is popular in Japan. The fruits grow up to 3-4" long. Plant has a spreading habit and produces prolifically. Good for garden, greenhouse, and open field growing.
Culinary tips: Japanese peppers can be mildly spicy and are most often used in cooking. Saute peppers in olive oil, over high heat, until they just begin to blister- serve hot, sprinkled with sea salt. Excellent for tempura, yakitori, and sautéed.