Golden Wonder Pepper -

(Capsicum annuum 'Golden Wonder')


Other Common Names: Golden Wonder Bell Pepper, Bell Pepper, Golden California Wonder Pepper
Family: Solanaceae Genus: Capsicum Species: annuum Cultivar: 'Golden Wonder'
Golden Wonder Pepper Planted · 15 years ago
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Plant Type: Vegetable

Sun Exposure: Full / Mostly Sun

Soil Type: Clay, Loam, Sand, Silt

Soil Drainage: Well Drained

Water Needs: Average

Landscape Uses: Containers / Planters

Theme Gardens: Vegetable

Culinary Usages: Fresh Eating, Salads / Sandwiches, Stuffings

Soil pH: 6, 6.5, 7

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Rick Perez

Rick Perez · Gardenality Seed · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
My wife and I planted Golden California Wonder peppers for the first time this year. The first peppers we picked were sweet, however a second batch was extremely hot. We don't understand why, , both batches from the same plant. Can anyone explain or help?

11 years ago ·
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Addilyn Daniel

Addilyn Daniel · Gardenality Bloom · Zone 7B · 5° to 10° F
This is the first I've ever heard about a Golden California Wonder Pepper turning from sweet to hot. The flowers are self-pollinated, although occasionally cross-pollinate. However, the result of this crossing will appear only if seed is saved from this year's crop and planted next year. It will not result in off-flavor or differences in fruit characteristics of this year's crop. If you had hot peppers planted nearby, perhaps this was a rare case of cross-pollination? Did you know you can ask any gardening questions in the Ask Expert section here in Gardenality. To ask a question, just click on the green Ask Expert tab in the header at the top of this page. This way you might get more answers:-)

11 years ago ·
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