Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Cubanelle Peppers is the star of this years garden star

Cubanelle peppers yellow-green to red tapered fruit is prized for a sweet mild flesh. This baby is growing in popularity because of its rich flavor and pretty colors for frying and cooking. The thin-walled pepper is especially suited for fast cooking.          
   Cubanelles are very popular in dishes of Spanish, Italian, and Slavic descent, many cooks prefer it to bell types. In the garden, Cubanelle peppers are amazingly unique, often growing in imperfect shapes and changing color from green/yellow to shades of orange to red. Don’t be surprised if the some of the peppers curl and twist a bit. No two seem to ever be alike — it’s part of of their charm. The redder the sweeter,but we are not prejudice we like all colors.

1 comment:

  1. Plant in a sunny location. Vegetables need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. ...
    Plant in good soil. Plants' roots penetrate soft soil easily, so you need nice loamy soil.
    Space your crops properly. For example, corn needs a lot of space and can overshadow shorter vegetables.
    Buy high-quality seeds.Pray for rain !