The best varieties of peppers for polycarbonate greenhouses

The best varieties of peppers for polycarbonate greenhouses

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Pepper has always been distinguished by its capricious character. For the successful cultivation of this crop, conditions are necessary that are difficult to create in the open field. Peppers can only grow in the southern regions without much worries. But what should the rest of us do? The best solution in this situation is to grow peppers in a greenhouse. This will protect the culture from sudden changes in temperature and precipitation, which the pepper does not like. In this case, preference should be given to early and mid-early varieties of this culture.

Now the most common material for greenhouses is polycarbonate. Its advantages are obvious:

  • he does not fight;
  • does not interfere with the penetration of light;
  • resistant to weather conditions;
  • durable.

There is such a variety of all kinds of seeds in stores that it becomes difficult to choose peppers for a polycarbonate greenhouse. Its best varieties will be discussed below.

Leaders of sells

These varieties are the most demanded every year. Many gardeners knowingly opt for these varieties. They have excellent taste and yield characteristics. In addition, they are able to resist well various diseases and pests.

Alyonushka F1

Mid-season hybrid with truncated pyramid-shaped fruits. Its compact bushes begin to bear fruit at 120 days. The light yellow color of the peppers, closer to ripening, begins to change to an orange-red. Each of them will weigh no more than 100 grams. The juicy and aromatic pulp makes peppers versatile for use in cooking.

The variety is distinguished not only by high-quality fruits, but also by its disease resistance. In particular to the tobacco mosaic virus.

This is a hybrid variety, so the seeds collected from the fruits are not used for planting next year. Only the varieties used to create the hybrid can grow from these seeds. In order to grow a hybrid again, you need to buy seeds again.


Its spreading bushes are able to please with a harvest 80 days after planting. At the same time, the harvest is formed very amicably, even in low light conditions. The quality of peppers does not suffer from such conditions. Before ripening, they are colored green, after - in red. They have a prismatic shape and an average weight of up to 40 grams.

Health is immune to top rot and is great for canning.

California miracle

It can be said without exaggeration that this is one of the leaders in terms of productivity. Its powerful bushes 110 days after planting will be able to please the gardener with excellent red peppers. Each will weigh 150 grams and have excellent taste characteristics. The flesh of these cuboid fruits is juicy and sweet. At the same time, the variety is quite thick-walled.

The California miracle has excellent characteristics. It is resistant to disease and can be stored for a long time. Its fruits are ideal, both fresh and prepared.


This variety is distinguished by its high yield. Its light green fruits begin to ripen and turn red at 110 days. Small with a length of 10 cm, they have a truncated conical shape and a small weight - only 52 grams. The fruit tastes excellent, they are juicy and tender. These crumbs are placed on standard bushes up to 80 cm high.

Advice! Because of their height, the bushes need a garter. If this is not done, the plant may break under the weight of the fruit.

Plants should be planted at a short distance from each other, and 50 cm is enough for them. Tenderness is resistant to many diseases, and especially to tobacco mosaic.

Orange miracle

The Orange Miracle got its name for a reason. Its ripe fruits have a rich orange color and weigh up to 250 grams. Their shape is cuboid, with a wall thickness of up to 10 mm. This early ripe fruit variety is distinguished by the sweetness of its fruits. It is perfect for use in any form.

Its powerful bushes grow up to one meter. They are resistant to tobacco mosaic.

The best early varieties

In less than 3 months, plants of these varieties will be able to please gardeners with an excellent harvest. They are ideal for growing in greenhouses in our climate.

Atlant F1

Ideal for small greenhouses. The height of an adult bush will not exceed 80 cm. The fruits begin to ripen in 120 days, while becoming red. They have a cone shape and crispy juicy flesh. They have rather thick walls, which allows them to be successfully used for canning.

Atlant is quite yielding - up to 5 kg per square meter. In addition, it is resistant to tobacco mosaic.


Semi-spreading bushes up to 50 cm in height will begin to actively bear fruit in June. It is quite simple to identify a ripe fruit: its creamy color will change to red. The pepper has an elongated cone shape and a weight of 60 grams. The pulp is distinguished by its tenderness and an average thickness of up to 5 mm.

Venti is not afraid of black mold and top rot. Its average yield will be up to 5 kg per square meter.


His heroic bushes are distinguished by their short stature and strong stem. They begin to bear fruit on day 95 with red trapezoid-shaped fruits. They look glossy without transverse ribbing. Their average weight will be about 120 grams.

Dobrynya Nikitich is characterized not only by the high quality of the crop, but also by its volume: up to 4 kg can be harvested per square meter. The variety is resistant to verticillosis.

Important! During the formation of buds, fertilizing with nitrogen-phosphorus fertilizers is necessary.


It will significantly save space in the greenhouse due to its compact bushes up to 50 cm in height. One square meter can hold up to 15 plants. Red peppers of this variety are harvested in June. They are cube-shaped and weigh up to 180 grams. The wall thickness is 5 mm.

Eroshka is very yielding: from 15 bushes you can get up to 8 kg. In addition, it is resistant to many diseases, especially top rot and tobacco mosaic.

Cockatoo F1

This hybrid has a high yield: up to 3 kg of peppers are harvested from each bush of this plant. When sown in March, the first crop can be harvested at the end of May. The cockatoo has rather tall bushes, on which there are bright red peppers weighing up to 500 grams. The name of the variety is explained by the shape of its fruit. Due to their elongated cylindrical shape, they are similar to the beak of a cockatoo bird. Their flesh is very fleshy and juicy. Its wall thickness will be 6 mm.

Cockatoo is resistant to diseases such as vertillosis, apical rot, and tobacco mosaic.

The best mid-early varieties

In order to harvest throughout the season, it is recommended to plant early and mid-early varieties in the greenhouse. When some plants have already finished bearing fruit, others will still be able to please with a wonderful harvest.


A very productive variety. It has tall, semi-spreading shrubs with dark green leaves. There is almost no ribbing on prism-shaped fruits. They are smooth and glossy, weighing up to 450 grams. The closer the peppers ripen, the redder they become. The palatability of the fruit is excellent: the pulp is juicy and very aromatic.

The yield per square meter will be 10 kg.

Yellow bull HK F1

A vigorous hybrid with tall, indeterminate bushes. Its large, elongated cone-shaped fruits turn yellow as they ripen. In length, they can be 8x20 cm in size and weigh 250 grams. A feature of the fruits is not only their size, but also the ability to keep fresh for a long time. And due to the juicy and aromatic pulp, they are suitable for any culinary idea.

The yellow bull has an excellent yield: up to 14 kg per square meter. It belongs to the few varieties that are not afraid of the potato virus. In addition, he will not be intimidated by tobacco mosaics.


Isabella's yellowish-green prismatic peppers have a specific peppery aroma. Their flesh is very juicy, and the weight will not exceed 120 grams. When sowing in March, harvest can begin in mid-June. Compact bushes of this plant should be planted 50 cm apart. This is due to the fact that their foliage is very dense.

Isabella is disease resistant and productive: up to 13 kg / m2.


Peppers of this variety turn red as they ripen. In their shape, they resemble an elongated cone about 15 cm long. The weight of a ripe fruit will not exceed 150 grams. Their juicy pulp is suitable for canning.

Peppers of this variety are resistant to tobacco mosaic. The yield will be 4kg / m2.


Red peppers of this variety look very impressive on a undersized, spreading bush up to 90 cm high. Their appearance resembles a rounded prism. The weight will be 100 grams with an average length of 15 cm. You can start collecting them in mid-June. The etude is notable for the high quality of the harvest, which will delight lovers with its rich taste.

Advice! For better growth, you need to place 2-3 bushes per square meter.

The yield of Etude will be 12 kg of peppers per square meter.


All these varieties are suitable not only for polycarbonate greenhouses, but also for greenhouses made of other materials. The indicated yield can be achieved only by observing the agrotechnical standards indicated on the seed package. The video will tell you about the general care of peppers in the greenhouse:


Vitaly, 46 years old, Suzdal

I have always grown in my greenhouse only peppers with different ripening periods. For several years in a row I have been planting Zdorov'e and Eroshka. Once I bought their seeds, and the harvest made me very happy. Now for planting I use only my seeds, collected from grown peppers. There were never any complaints.

Galina, 29 years old, Donskoy

The store advised the Atlant F1. They said that it was very well disassembled. The harvest was really big

Tatiana, 53 years old, Sergiev-Posad

I tried many varieties, but the leaders for me are the California miracle, Atlant F1 and Dobrynya Nikitich. I liked them the most for their taste characteristics. At the same time, I had no problems with the germination of both these and other varieties. Everyone who writes that they did not rise, did not start, and so on, simply do not know how to take care of the peppers.

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