- Flower namePaprika
- Scientific nameCapsicum annuum 'grossum'
- AliasBell pepper, Paprika, ベルペッパー
- Place of origin
- Place of floweringField, Overseas
- Flowering season
What is Paprika
Paprika (Scientific name: Capsicum annuum 'grossum') is native to Latin America and is a year or perennial of the genus Capsicum. It is a group of peppers and a cubic bell. Because it is not spicy, it is also called sweet red pepper with another name. It is bigger than Piman, thick, color is red · yellow · orange · green · purple · tea and plentiful, its shape is also beautiful, so raw vegetables such as salad, accompaniments such as barbecue, grilled vegetables etc. It is used for. In particular, spices made from red paprika are called paprika. In Hungary, one of the biggest producers, there are many dishes using paprika.
Common name: Paprika, Scientific name: Capsicum annuum 'grossum', also known as: Bell pepper ,Origin: Latin America, Producing Area: Hungary, USA, Netherlands, South Korea, New Zealand, Life Type: First grade and perennial plant family, Plant height: 40 to 100 cm, leaf color: green, leaf shape: egg shape, leaf shape: egg shape, blooming: May,
Flower color: white to light yellow, flower diameter: 1.5 to 2 cm, fruit season: July to August, and October to November, fruit color: green → red · yellow etc. Fruit: hollow, fruit length: Fruit shape: lantern shape, weight of fruit: 150 g, fruit color: red · yellow · orange · green · purple · tea.