– Plentiful supplies of strong growing luscious red chilli peppers.
– The perfect chilli pepper for everyday use!
– The must-have addition to any home vegetable garden or allotment.
– Harvest July – October.
Pepper Chilli Grafted Plant – F1 Medina
The perfect chilli pepper for everyday use!
Our Grafted Chilli Plants will allow you to increase your crop whilst no longer worrying about those pesky diseases. The ‘Medina’ chilli is a strong growing fruit with a plentiful supply of top quality chillies. Watch as these eye-catching fruits will transform from a deep green to a vibrant red chilli. Height 40-50cm (16-20″); Spread 30-40cm (12-16″).
Compact and perfect for any home vegetable patch the ‘Medina’ is the chilli pepper plant that is hot but, not too hot. Harvesting from July right through to the autumn you’ll be able to add a kick to your favourite autumnal soups. Tasty and satisfying to grow you’ll get lots of enjoyment out of this great chilli pepper!
Grafted Chilli Plants are a must-have for any keen vegetable grower – You’ll also be safe in the knowledge it’s protected from any attacks of late blight.
What’s so good about grafted veg plants?
Grafting onto specific rootstocks, of course, creates bigger, better, more disease-resistant plants with increased yield! Consequently, we believe, the extra vigour which the plant obtains will provide even better protection to late Blight attack, and the plants will grow away from any infection even more rapidly.
Grow in the greenhouse or outdoors, little or no heating required. They have excellent resistance to soil-borne pests and diseases. Meaning no more ring culture or grow bags you simply plant straight in the soil.
Caring for your F1 Medina.
On arrival water if necessary with tepid water. Leave them on a shaded windowsill or in a greenhouse for a few hours to settle before further handling, ensuring a frost-free non-draughty situation. Stand the plant in a warm, light, airy place such as a windowsill or conservatory and allow to grow, ensuring that the compost is kept moist.
There is a possibility that your plant will include a grafting clip if it does, this is an integral part of the grafting process and that it should be left in place. As the plant grows it will naturally shrug off the clip.