Mr Fothergill’s 21007 Vegetable Seeds, Pepper (Sweet) Colour Spectrum


  • Novelty, sweet and tasty thick-walled fruits
  • Grow in the cool or warm greenhouse for best results
  • Excellent source of vitamin C, antioxidants and dietary fibre
  • Gently spray flowers with tepid water to encourage fruit to set
  • Feed regularly once flowers have formed

Buy now

SKU: B001RTLPPM Categories: , Tags: ,


Product Description

Sweet pepper colour spectrum seed by Mr. Fothergill’s. Thick-walled, great colours. Novelty, sweet and tasty thick walled fruits. Grow in the cool or warm greenhouse for best results.

Useful Information: Vitamin C; Iron; Dietary fibre

Sow and grow: For greenhouse crops, sow indoors, February-April. A warm kitchen windowsill is all you need for starting these seeds. Sow thinly, 0.5 cm (1/4-inch) deep, in a tray of compost. Water well and place in a warm position. A temperature of 15-20 degree C (60-68 degree F) is ideal. Keep moist. Seedlings usually appear in 7-21 days. Transplant to individual pots when large enough to handle. Grow on in cooler, but not cold conditions. Plant out May-June, to large pots, growing bags or into warm, well-drained soil in the greenhouse border. Plants can be grown outdoors in a warm, sunny, sheltered location. Crops will be smaller and later than those in a greenhouse. Harvest: July-October.

Hints and tips: Gently spray flowers with tepid water to encourage fruit to set. Feed regularly once flowers have formed.

Box Contains

1x 50 Seeds Pack

Additional information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 7.2 × 0.5 cm
Package Dimensions

‎14.8 x 7.2 x 0.5 cm; 10 Grams

Part number


Moisture needs

‎Regular Watering

Sunlight exposure

‎Full Sun

Item model number




Date First Available

1 May 2010


‎Mr Fothergill?s Seeds Ltd


  1. blank

    John flame

    Very good ,germinate very well.

  2. blank

    G. Merrick

    Good value seeds, which have germinated reasonably well and we look forward to eating them in the Summer.

  3. blank

    Ms K

    I thought I would give peppers a go in my new greenhouse. I have already had a good germination rate and look forward to different coloured peppers later in the year, fingers crossed!

  4. blank

    William Proctor

    Growing well

  5. blank

    T. Kirby

    I had bad luck last year with only about 6 plants growing beyond seed and 3 of those growing to a good size, unknown to me at the time, it isn’t a plant to be overwintered so the 3 plants died over the winter while in the unheated greenhouse.

  6. blank

    myla balangue

    Very high quality seeds!

  7. blank


    The peppers germinated well, so far so good

  8. blank


    Good success

  9. blank


    Good selection of peppers. Germinated OK.

  10. blank


    Literally. No seeds were in the packet upon opening.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Go to Top