Very large, 4-lobed blocky bell pepper is hard to beat for its earliness and large size. Fruit becomes 4½ inches long and wide, and seems to set well even in heat. Plants provide good foliage cover and are resistant to two types of bacterial spot and three pepper viruses. 60 days green; 75 days red.
This is the first hybrid sweet cherry pepper, offering earlier maturity and more uniform size and shape than open-pollinated cherry peppers. Very productive plants yield loads of 1 1/4-inch round fruit that mature from dark green to bright red. These are best loved for pickling, and the peppers can be used green, red, or halfway in between. 68 days to green.
These cute little miniature bell peppers are just an inch or two long and feature very sweet flavor. Best when harvested as fully yellow, they are great for putting out whole on platters or cut up as sweet additions to salads. Compact plants produce an impressive amount of peppers. 55 days.
Delicious little sweet peppers are nearly seedless and the perfect size for tucking into lunch boxes or adding to an appetizer tray. We offer this blend, which has an assortment of color types that include golden tangerine, red, and yellow. Plants will become loaded with large harvests, but the peppers keep well and still stay crunchy once harvested. What a great way to get kids (of all ages) to eat their vegetables!
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. Bright yellow-gold Italian-type sweet peppers are 7 to 9 inches long with a tapered tip. These peppers are richly flavored, juicy, and meaty, making them wonderful for eating fresh, grilling, or roasting. If you’ve never tasted a perfectly ripe, roasted golden pepper, you are in for a special treat. This variety can be compared to Golden Marconi, but has earlier maturity. 70 days.
Our supplier has discontinued this pepper and we are unable to obtain any more seeds.
Amazingly long, sweet, cayenne-shaped peppers grow to 1 foot long and turn crimson red when ripe. Productive plants bear loads of these crinkly, thin-walled fruit that are perfect for use in stir-fries or whenever a frying pepper is needed. 75 days.
This impressively large red bell pepper has extra-thick walls and succulent sweet flavor. Its disease package is impressive too, including resistance to Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Phytophthora root rot, and Bacterial Spot, races 0-3, 5, 7, and 8. Shiny, firm peppers are 5 to 7 inches long and 3 inches wide, starting out green then ripening to bright red. Peppers feel heavy in the hand because they are so meaty and full of refreshing sweet pepper juice. 75 days green; 85 days red.
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.
Very compact plants are crowned by a profusion of upright peppers in colors of red, orange, yellow, and purple, all at the same time. Peppers are about 2 inches long and chunky, making for a spectacularly colorful display. While highly ornamental, this fruit is also very edible and sweet. As the name suggests, would be beautiful pickled in clear glass jars. 75 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.