One of the best "Sweet" peppers that can be grown in a shorter season, particularly mid-Atlantic region. 75 days green, 85 days red. Blocky fruits that are 4 inches wide. Plenty of leaf cover and productive. Disease resistant for organic gardens.
Tip: Start all peppers in late February or early March for transplanting out in warm fertile garden soil after threat of frost. Will do the best in raised beds.
20 seeds per packet @ $7.95
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