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Farmer Phil's Big Bertha Pepper

Big Bertha Pepper

Big bertha peppers are some of the larger varieties sold as transplants. Fruits can be seven inches long when fully mature. Because of the size, these peppers are ideal for stuffing. All plants need to get enough sun and water and a stake is needed to support the body of the plant. All big bertha peppers, when added to your garden, should be 18 inches apart and in rows 30 inches apart.

Here are our suggestions for growing big Bertha peppers:

Harvest: 72 days.
Exposure: Full sun.
Water Needs: Keep evenly moist.
Fertilizer: Fertilize when planting and when plants begin to bloom.

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