Peppers

Ace F1Ace F1
Days:50. Extra-early, highly productive sweet bell pepper. Huge yields of medium sized 3-4 lobed fruits. Turns green to red when mature.
(1 plant $1.50)

Anaheim - Highlander F1
Days: 65- green, 85-red. This pepper grows well in cooler regions.  Traditional semi-flattened mostly two lobed peppers. 7”x 2”. Mildly hot, people use them in roasting, stuffing, stews, sauces or raw. 
(1 plant $1.50)

Ancho 211
Days: 68-Green, 85-Red. The Ancho Grande is medium hot and is known as a poblano when still green Ancho when dired. The peppers grow 4" long and 2.5" wide. The blunt tipped peppers go from black to green to red as they ripen. Popular in chile rellenos.
(1 plant $1.50)


ChoriceroChoricero
Days: 80. (Sweet Basque pepper)  “pimiento choricero” Like the Espelette pepper, it is dried on the facades of houses. Then it is re-hydrated and pureed after removing skin and seeds to makes the paste that is added to the making of Chorizo sausage. Can be dried for making paprika or eaten fresh.

Fish Pepper
Days:80. An American heirloom popular in the Philadelphia/Baltimore region. A pre-1947 variety that was used in fish and shellfish cookery. The color of the fruit range from green, orange, brown, white and red, being spicy and hot. Outstanding pepper with beautiful foliage, a 2-feet tall plant with stunning white and green mottled leaves, great for ornamental and edible landscaping.
(1 plant $1.50)

Flamingo F1
Days:66. Vigorous plant is resistant to TMV. Slightly tapered fruit  (3½ in. x 3½ in.) They have a waxy finish and turn from ivory-yellow to orange-red. A beautiful, sweet salad pepper with a bright color. Larger pepper and improved yields over Gypsy.
(1 plant $1.50)


HabaneroHabanero
Days:90. One of the most pungent hot peppers and very late maturing. The productive plants support large numbers of thin-fleshed, wrinkled fruit that turn from light green to golden orange at maturity. These peppers are roughly 2 in. long x 1½ in. wide and are used both fresh or dried. Use care in handling seed and fruit!
(1 plant $1.50)

JalapenoJalapeno 
Days: 75. The Jalapeno is a small to medium-sized chile pepper that is prized for the hot, burning flavor. Ripe, the jalapeno can be 2–3½ inches and are green and red when fully mature. 
(1 plant $1.50)

LipstickPepper Lipstick
Days: 53. Beautiful, dark green fruits are avg. 4" long and taper to a blunt point. They ripen to a sweet, glossy, rich red. Great for salads, cooking and perfect for roasting and salsa. 
(1 plant $1.50)

Serrano  - Hot Rod
Days: 57-green, 77-red. The Serrano is said to be about 5 times hotter than the jalapeño. Traditional 3” fruits.
(1 plant $1.50)


SunbrightSunbright
Days: 75. A nice large sweet bell pepper. Ripens from green to bright yellow. Good yielding. Good to eat at all stages of development.
(1 plant $1.50)


Sweet Banana
Days: 72. The yellow color is the most preferred stage for picking, but will turn red when fully mature. The slender 6" x 1.5" peppers have medium thick walls. Popular for frying and pickling.
(1 plant $1.50)

Yolo Wonder LYolo Wonder L
Days: 75. Large 4 x 4.5 inch heirloom green to red bell pepper. Improved California Wonder.  Sweet and delicious eaten raw. Thick skinned for baking or stuffing.
(1 plant $1.50)