Dark-green peppers mature to almost brown and are 5 inches long and 2½ inches wide with a slight taper and blunt end. These are a little longer and milder than Ancho 101, with Scoville units from 600 to 1,800. 75 to 80 days.
When fresh and still green, these mildly hot, heart-shaped peppers are stuffed and made into chiles rellenos. When mature they are dark rust red, richly flavored, and often dried and ground into chili powder. Peppers become 4 inches long, tapering to a blunt point. 76 to 80 days.
Very large ancho peppers are perfect for stuffing into chiles rellenos as well as use in chili and other dishes where mild to moderate heat is needed. Deep-green, flat and tapered peppers mature to 6 inches long and about 3 inches wide, with a high percentage of 2 lobes. Tall, large plants are high yielding and perform well even under cooler conditions. 90 days.
This is a type of Ancho/poblano pepper that matures to deep chocolate brown. Peppers are 6 inches long and 3 inches wide, tapering to a blunt end. They range in Scoville units from 500 to 2,000 and are used either fresh or dried in cooked sauces. Virus resistant plants. 85-95 days.
High-quality, uniform peppers are dark green, maturing to red, then mahogany. Mildly pungent peppers, 1,500 to 4,500 Scoville units, are 6 inches long and 3 inches wide. They are used fresh, but are also excellent for drying. 76 to 80 days.