Capsicum annuum, (Circa 1860 South America) 80 to 100 days, Heirloom sweet cherry variety circa 1860, growing in an erect upright habit to about 2 ft in height, so fine in containers and bearing heavy crops of 1 to 1.5-inch bonbon-shaped fruits with a thick meaty sweet crisp shiny red flesh on bushy plants (Can be used in the green stage or in the red, ripe stage). This is the one you get as a restaurant starter with a small roundish cherry pepper stuffed with Cream Cheese! mmmmm yum ! (un-suitable for drying), Seed Count Approx - 15 avg SOWING - Peppers require a long, warm growing season. Sow indoors Early Spring or approx 8 wks prior to transplanting, 1 cm deep & provide constant moisture & warm soil, germination is sometimes slow to start, once seedlings develop 2-3 true leaves, transplant into separate permanent containers or ground with some protection, Best in a greenhouse.