Mama Mia Giallo Hybrid Sweet Pepper Seeds
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Mama Mia Giallo Hybrid Sweet Pepper Seeds

Ready in no time, and so tasty


Item # 52576-PK-P1
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$4.95
Quantity
Genus Capsicum
Species annuum
Variety Mama Mia Giallo F1
Item Form (P) Pkt of 25 seeds
Days To Maturity 85
Fruit Color Gold
Habit Compact
Seeds Per Pack 25
Plant Height 24 in
Plant Width 15 in
Additional Characteristics Award Winner, Edible
Harvest Season Early Summer, Late Summer, Mid Summer
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Dry, Moist,  well-drained
Resistance Heat Tolerant, Pest Resistant, Scorching, Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Beds, Containers, Cuisine, Outdoor

Review Summary
(Based on 3 Reviews)

4.5 star rating
Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5.0

Reviews

5 star rating
Easy to grow and delicious
Garden Queen from MO wrote on October 24, 2019

I have grown these for several years. They are easy to start from seeds and produce many delicious yellow peppers for eating, cooking, or freezing. Here is southern Missouri, hardiness zone 6b & heat zone 7 and grown in my raised garden with good soil, they need supports due to their size and productivity. Great pepper.

5 star rating
Great Pepper
Sally from OR wrote on September 04, 2017

I have been growing these for a few years. They are quite productive and delicious roasted on a grill. This year we canned sweet pepper jelly using all Mama Mias and the result was fabulous, with wonderful color and excellent flavor.

3 star rating
If you are up for a challenge..
Holly from CO wrote on May 16, 2017

This is my second year trying to grow Mama Mia Peppers. I will comment later in the season on productivity and flavor, but for now one thing I wanted to point out is that these are not easy to grow at all...or at least not in terms of getting a seed to actually make it to plant stage. My germination rate was low to begin with, maybe around 50% (I use a mini greenhouse tray and a seedling mat for peppers). After they germinate, they grow very slowly. And both years I have tried, I have lost a lot of seedling for reasons unknown to me. One day there is a seedling and the next, the whole plant begins to shrivel and then within a few days...it's gone. I did manage to get three plants this year, and while I think these will make it to full size, who knows. My other bell peppers and tomatoes are beginning to flower and in fact I have tomatoes growing on one of my plants, but the Mama Mias that I started on the same day are between 2-4 inches tall and have a long way to go. I am hoping that they do produce peppers and knock my socks off because they are definitely the most persnickety seedlings I have dealt with.