Sweet Peppers 


Pepper Sweet Banana     (Banane Doux)

Long, tapered yellow peppers that turn red at maturity. About 6 inches long. Good in salads or for stir fries. Sweet. Productive, plant is covered with peppers. Packet of 20 seeds: $1.99


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Pepper Buran

Nice ivory-white peppers blushing gradually to red. They get sweet just as they begin to blush. Completely ripe fruits are even sweeter. 3 to 4 lobes, 12 cm long. 90 days. Compact plants. From Poland. Rare.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99


Pepper Sweet Cherry 

Small, round red fruits about 2" wide. Sweet and crunchy. About 65 to 75 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $1,99



Pepper Sweet Chocolate  

Chocolate brown peppers with dark red flesh. Sweet. 3-4 lobes, about 12 cm long. Will ripen quite early, well adapted to the north. 75-85 days. Limited stock.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99


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Pepper Corno di Toro   (Corne de Taureau)

One of the longest peppers, can reach more than 30 cm long! Shaped like a horn, thus its name. Long tapered fruits, 2-3 lobes, sweet when mature. Used traditionally as a frying pepper (olive oil) but it is also very good fresh and in salads. 70-80 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: 
Red
: $1,99

Yellow: $1,99



Pepper Corno di Toro Orange          

Bull's Horn type with wonderful bright orange color. Click thumbnails for details. Like other Corno di Toro, these can grow to be quite large, easily reaching 25 cm (10 "). When ripe, they have a very good sweet, fruity flavor and a nice crunchy texture. Medium thin walls (4 mm), long tapered shape. Beautiful deep orange tone. About 75 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,49


Pepper Cubanelle 

Long tapered lime green peppers often sold nowadays in the markets. Used commonly as a frying pepper but can also be enjoyed fresh. Mild flavor. Gets sweet when turning red. 70 days.

Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99


Pepper Da Appendere    (Dolce Rosso Da Appendere)

Italian variety with long, curved fruits. Nice sweet flavor. Turn red quite rapidly. For fresh eating, to dry or to make ristras. Name means "peppers to hang". 90 days.
Sold out.
For a similar variety, see Corno di Toro.


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This is probably one of the best sweet peppers around!. It's productive, early, tasty and beautiful. Thick flesh, crunchy and very sweet. Fruity flavor. Small rounded, flattened fruits, 5-7 cm. Compact plants, about 45 cm high. First peppers ripen around July 25th, and the plants keep on producing until the end of summer. Early, 60 days. Recommended. From the american Appalachia.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,99


  Pepper Emerald Giant               

Big, blocky sweet peppers with thick walls. Four lobes, 9 cm X 11 cm. Can be picked green or when they turn red and get sweet. For fresh eating, grilling, stuffing, etc. Plants are bout 60 cm tall. Replaces Early Niagara Giant. 75 days. Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99


 Pepper Gourmet           

Uncommon type of sweet orange bell pepper from Switzerland. Well adapted to the north. Four to five lobes, blocky, with thick flesh. Nice sweet flavor. Small compact plants about 40 cm high, each bearing from 4 to 5 fruits. Resistant to tobacco mosaic virus. Nice quality, tested in 2007. 85 days.

Packet of 15 seeds: $2,99


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Pepper Italianelle

This variety is allegedly sweet even at the green stage. Used in Italy as a frying pepper and also for fresh eating and pickling. Thin walls. Also known as "Friariello", "Italianelle Sweet Frying", "Sweet Italian frying pepper". Early: 60 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99


 
Pepper Jupiter

Large blocky green bell peppers that can weigh up to 400 g. Four lobes, thick walls, full pepper flavor. Turn sweet when red. Compact plants with good leaf protection. Resistant to tobacco mosaic virus. Fast growth and good yields. Well adapted to the north. Early: 62-74 days. Treated seeds.
Sold out.
For a similar variety, see Keystone Giant below.



Pepper Keystone Giant

Good choice for green bell peppers. Large blocky fruits, 12 by 10 cm, with thick walls. Stays green longer on the plant. Vigorous plants. Resistant to TMV. 75-80 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99


 
Pepper Lilac
                                        

Beautiful lavender-lilac sweet peppers. These start actually wihte (ivory) and then turn lavender in August. Later on, they start ripening to red while taking on many colors at the same time.Click thumbnails for details. Sweet when red. Beautiful in salads. Compact plant, about 35 cm high. .
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,49


Pepper Marconi     (Super Shepherd)

Deep red 7-inch fruits (20 cm) with a very sweet taste. Thick and juicy flesh. 3 lobed.  Italian heirloom. 70 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49


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Big, long and heavy peppers that can weigh 250 g and reach 20 cm long. Very nice flavor. Large plants. Some variations in shape. 90 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,49



Pepper Marconi Purple
   
  

Wonderful marconi type with purple peppers that can be eaten at all stages. When they start to ripen, they surprisingly taste like apple. Later on, they turn completely red and they taste sweeter. Long, tapered peppers, around 15 cm. Good yields. 70-80 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99



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Pepper Mini Mix    

Nice small peppers, very sweet and tasty. Compact plants, about 40 cm high. Mix of yellow, orange and red. About 80-90 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,99


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Pepper Mini Chocolate Bell      
(Mini Chocolat)

Small chocolate bell peppers with a very nice sweet taste. Compact plants, about 30 cm high. Can be grown in pots. For fresh eating, stuffing or pickling. 80 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,49


   Pepper Mini Red Bell       (Mini Rouge)

Small, 30 cm compact plant covered with small bell peppers. Red fruits, 3 to 3,5 cm with medium thickness flesh. Sweet. Nice for fresh eating or pickling. Around 80 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,99


mini rouge 2 Pepper Mini Red Bell 2      (Mini Rouge 2)

Similar to the Mini Red Bell except for its larger size (6 cm by 4 cm) and its more elongated, square shape. Same use. See Mini Red Bell above. Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99



Pepper Pepperoncini

Slender, 4" peppers than can be picked either green or when they turn red. Very little heat, just enough to add some zest to salads. Can be used in any way (fresh, pickled, salads). High yielding. Very sweet. 75 days.
Sold out.


Pepper Pimiento

Sweet elongated, heart shaped pepper with very thick flesh. Sweet taste. Juicy. Medium size: 8-10 cm. Used in salads, canning, pickling, grilling, etc. 65 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99


Pepper Quadrato d'Asti          -Red or Yellow

Big blocky italian sweet peppers. Crispy and juicy flesh. Thick walls. 3 or 4 lobes. Large size: 15 by 10 cm. Sweet flavor when ripe. Good fresh or for stuffed peppers. Early: 60-65 days (green), 80-90 days (ripe). Renowned variety from the Piedmont region of Italy. Offered in Yellow or Red. Specify color when ordering with mail order form.

Red: 
Packet of 15 seeds:  $1,99

Yellow:  Packet of 15 seeds:  $1,99



Pepper Topepo Rosso    (Tondo Rosso, Tomato pepper)

Round, flattened red peppers with glossy skin. Very beautiful. Sweet and crunchy. Italian tomato pepper.
4" in diameter. Uncommon. Packet of 20 seeds: $1.99


Pepper Yellow Cheese Pimento

Large fluted fruits that can reach up to 9 cm in diameter. Turn to yellowish orange when ripe. Walls are 5 to 8 mm thick. Mild flavor, slightly sweet and fruity. 4 lobes. 100 days (yellow). Treated seeds.
Packet of 15 seeds: $1,99




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