Bitter Gourd, Hybrid Green Giant

This new hybrid bitter gourd is developed by a leading seed breeder in Thailand. Large fruits in deep green skin are very attractive, 1.3-1.6 Lb. in weight. Plants are very vigorous in warm climates and begin to set fruits in 45 days after sowing. Thick flesh is very tender and delicious, excellent for stir-fry and soup cooking. Raw flesh of this variety, with a very tasty and nearly non-bitter flavor, is also very good for salad eating. The pre-matured raw fruit of this variety has become one of the most popular healthy vegetables used in the Orient.

Bitter Gourd, Hybrid Green Giant
Size: Small Packet

Bitter Gourd, Hybrid Green Giant
Size: 1 Oz.

Bitter Gourd, Hybrid Green Giant
Size: 1 Lb.

Hot Pepper, Hybrid Super Hot
This hybrid pepper is a major development/improvement of Thai hot peppers, which have been well known for their strong spicy hot. Fruits with thin wall are green and will turn into deep red when matured. Small peppers of 0.9 cm x 7 cm in size are very hot, excellent for cooking or dehydration. Plants are tall, very vigorous and productive with fruits concentrated on the top of plants. This excellent variety starts producing matured peppers 70 days after transplanting and continues to bear lots of peppers for a long time. This hybrid variety has become one of the most popular peppers in the markets and is widely grown by farmers in Thailand and Southeastern Asia, due to its superior and profilic quality than the traditional varieties. Also a nice variety for home garden and fresh market.

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