Sweet Goliath Hybrid Pepper

Sweet Goliath Hybrid Pepper

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3.5 (4 reviews)
If you've grown to love the Goliath family of superb tomatoes you'll really appreciate this sensational sweet bell, the largest yet! Massive, 4-lobed fruits set well under a variety of conditions on vigorous plants, developing into huge, elongated, thick-walled specimens measuring 4" by 7" with plenty of substance and terrific flavor! Left on the plants, fruits will turn from green to dark red. They contain more Vitamin C than oranges!
3/18/16 Substituting Cabernet hybrid. This is a 76 day, 4 X 6 sweet fruit that goes from green to red.
30 seeds
1/32 Ounce
1/8 Ounce
4 pk: Starter plants

Product Details

: 9
: Spring
: 0.25
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-8
:
: 2 -
:
: Fruit

Physical Details

: Green
: Green to dark red
: 14 to 21
: 71
: 18 to 24
: Yes
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Scientific Details

: Capiscum
: annuum
: Goliath Sweet
Product Reviews
3.5 (4 reviews)
  • By Michael H
    3/28/2015
    From Julian, NC
    1.0
    Seed germination only, 25% - 6 cells, 2 seeds each or 3 of 12 sprouted, all other peppers seed have sprouted, disappointed but still hopeful based on Jeffrey S.'s review below.
    Jeffrey S, Snellville, GA
    Thursday, December 27, 2012
    These peppers took a long time to germinate
    * Admin Notes added 4/1/2015 3:42:38 PM:
    Pepper seeds need warm temperatures (80 to 85 F) to germinate well and will germinate slowly when temperatures are below this level. It can take 2 to 3 weeks for pepper seed to germinate at optimal temperatures and even longer when temperatures are lower.
  • By Barbara W
    1/10/2013
    From Camas, WA
    5.0

    * New notes added 1/10/2013 11:34:05 AM:

    * New notes added 1/10/2013 12:25:41 PM:
    This was the largest red pepper I have ever grow a real gem to the garden
  • By Jeffrey S
    12/27/2012
    From Snellville, GA
    3.0
    These peppers took a long time to germinate and turn from green to red. There were plenty of peppers on the plants but I was kind of disappointed with the results. Due to the time it took for the peppers to ripen, it was difficult to maintain disease and pest control. I may have gotten about a dozen quality red peppers from three plants. I will not order these again.
  • By Ronald F
    6/20/2011
    From Lexington, NC
    5.0
    Big and delicious