Hamik plug plant


A very sweet, almost seedless snack pepper with thick, juicy flesh.

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Capsicum annuum

A very sweet, almost seedless snack pepper that is so good it can be eaten straight off the plant. The fruit are shaped like elongated cones and measure about 4 x 6.5cm. They have a thick, juicy flesh and turn from green to bright orange as they ripen. Better eaten when fully ripe, they are welcome additions to lunch boxes, salads and crudité platters.

Grow the short compact plants in pots 7.5 to 10 litres in size. Be sure to give them some support, especially when the fruit get bigger.

RHS Award of Garden Merit


Additional information

Heat level

Sweet pepper (so no heat whatsoever)


Capsicum annuum

Fruit characteristics

The fruit are cone-shaped and quite small for a sweet pepper, measuring about 4 x 6.5cm. They start green and then ripen to an attractive orange.

Plant characteristics

Plants are medium-sized and do best when grown in a deep, free-draining soil, or in pots 7.5 litres or larger. The plants will need supporting.