Big, blocky bell peppers are a mature green in 70 days, then turn to a beautiful golden-yellow in just two more weeks. The peppers are about 4½ inches long and wide, and are smooth and consistently well shaped. As a bonus, plants are tolerant to most pepper viruses and 3 races of bacterial spot. Extra sweet when fully yellow.
Very early, colorful bell peppers start out as ivory, turn persimmon orange, then finally mature to red. Fruit is typically in all 3 color stages at one time, making for a striking appearance in the garden. Peppers are 4 to 5 inches long and very sweet. Great production and continuous fruiting on short, compact plants. 60 days.
This is a heavy pepper, and not only is it absolutely huge, it is also deliciously sweet, especially when it fully ripens to golden yellow. Thick walls and a high vitamin C content lend it well to using fresh in salads or for cooking or stuffing. 77 days.
A new blocky bell pepper that matures from green to yellow. Bred for productivity, Sweet Amarillo really loads up the fruit. It can grow well in the garden or even your greenhouse. 77 days.
When you buy a packet of the Rainbow blend, you get green, red, yellow, orange and purple colored bell peppers. The multitude of colors makes this a very popular mix. What a nice presentation at a farmer’s market and what a nice treat for your friends and family. Average maturity 60 days.
After trialing successfully in multiple locations across the U.S. this pepper has what it takes to be a top performer in your farm or garden. Yield potential is very high, and you also have protection from bacterial leaf spot races 1-3, 7 and 8, plus Tobacco Mosaic Virus. The blocky bell shaped fruit ripen from green to orange very quickly, and measure 3.5 by 4”. Ripe green fruit are available in just 55 to 60 days from transplant, and mature orange fruit in 70 to 75 days. And did we mention, it is really a sweet treat?
This blocky bell pepper offers more than just good taste and large size fruit. It resists 5 races of bacterial leaf spot, phytopthora blight, tobamo virus, and has great yield potential. The 4 to 4 ½ inch fruit ripen from green to red with thick walls. 73 days.
This beautiful amethyst pepper from Holland sets early and grows to a blocky 4½ inches deep and 4 inches across. Peppers begin as lavender and stay that color for a long time before fading to a lovely orange, then finally red. Strong plants are Tobacco Mosaic Virus resistant and tolerant to blossom end rot. 72 days.
Beautiful tangerine orange bell peppers are blocky, 4-lobed, and early to mature. Fruit becomes an average 4 inches tall and wide. Strong plants are resistant to both Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus, which makes them easier to grow in a wide variety of climates. Colorful orange bell peppers are some of the sweetest and most nutritious peppers you will ever eat. 72 days.
Beautiful deep-orange bell pepper is from 4 to 5 inches long and not quite as wide. Thick walls and very sweet flavor make this a wonderful addition to salads, stir fries, or any use when gorgeous color and sweet taste are desired. 80 days.
AAS WINNER. Vigorous plants bear gorgeous 2 to 3-lobed peppers that turn bright orange quickly. The fruit is 3 to 4 inches long and 1½ inches wide with a very sweet flavor, providing early harvests of delicious peppers just right for cutting into salads or for use in cooked dishes. Plants are vigorous and highly disease resistant. 65-70 days.
Blocky, thick-walled, dark purple bells set well not only in the crown, but also as limb set. Compact plants offer good foliage cover for the fruit. Beautiful in salads as well as stuffed. 70 days.