This pepper follows the first hybrid Anaheim-type chile, and it is more productive with much larger fruit than other Anaheim varieties. Huge crops of 8 to 10 inch long, 4 oz. fleshy peppers appear over a lengthy harvest period. This is the classic “California green chile” and has a mild pungency. 68 days.
This large green chile pepper is a more vigorous version of Big Chile and is the new generation of this popular type of pepper. Stronger, disease-resistant plants yield early harvests of huge chiles that can become 9 inches long. Average pungency is a mild 500 Scoville units. These peppers are great for roasting or used fresh in all your favorite spicy dishes. 68 days.
Also known as the “New Mexican Chile,” this moderately pungent fruit is deep green, but turns red at full maturity. Peppers are 7½ inches long and 2 inches wide, and borne on tall, productive plants. Tobacco Mosaic Virus resistant. Excellent for canning, freezing or drying. 75 days.