Pepper Seeds - Sweet - Golden Cal Wonder


Non-GMO, open-pollinated Golden California Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper Seeds from True Leaf Market are a popular variety of heirloom bell pepper seeds, which produce golden peppers with a sweet and delicious flavor. The upright, bushy plants of the Golden Cal Wonder pepper reach approximately 36" tall, producing large, 4-lobed fruits that measure about 4-1/2". Mountain Valley Seed Co. heirloom seeds are premium-quality garden vegetable seeds that come from an independently operated, small seed company. 75 days to maturity.


Growing Golden California Wonder Bell Pepper Vegetable Garden Seeds

Golden California Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper Seed Growth Habits:

Golden California Wonder pepper growing can be done in rows, raised beds, or containers thanks to the relatively compact growth habit that doesn't require staking. Start Golden California Wonder pepper seeds 8 to 10 weeks before you intend to transplant the seedlings. Once the seedlings are hardened off, plant them in well-draining, loamy soil that's slightly acidic to neutral.

Peppers are heat-loving plants and do not tolerate frost, so it may be smart to transplant your Golden Cal Wonder pepper seedlings into the garden at least 2 weeks after your last frost date.

Give your Golden Cal Wonder pepper plants plenty of sun, and keep the soil consistently moist for the best harvests.

Various Uses for Golden California Wonder Sweet Bell Peppers:

Golden California Wonder bell peppers are one of the best-known heirloom golden pepper varieties. The sweet taste of bell peppers lends itself to fresh eating as well as cooking. Golden peppers are delicious when chopped up for use in green salads, sauteed for topping sausage, or added to pizza.

Golden California Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper Benefits:

Golden California Wonder sweet peppers are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Sweet bell peppers are also a good low-calorie source of fiber.

Additional Information:

Pepper plants are originally from the tropical regions of South America, Central America, and North America, and they can be grown as perennial plants in similar regions that do not receive any frost.

While hot peppers have a long history, sweet bell peppers were only introduced to the world thanks to selective breeding in 1920, and the Golden California Wonder was introduced in 1928.

Seeds Per Package:

  • 300 mg - Approximately 42 Seeds
  • 1 oz - Approximately 4,000 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 16,000 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately 64,000 Seeds
  • 5 lb - Approximately 320,000 Seeds

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