The standard bell pepper for many decades, this 1928 introduction is still the largest open-pollinated, heirloom bell you can grow, and a big improvement over the earlier bells. A perfect stuffing pepper—blocky 4″ x 3 1/2″, thick-walled, tender and flavorful. They mature from green to red on the plant. If kept picked they will continue producing throughout the growing season. Big harvests on 30 inch high plants. Contains 15 Seeds
Golden California Wonder
An American favorite since the 1920’s, this is the golden version of the red California Wonder. Smooth, blocky and blunt -ended 5 X 4″ fruits are thick walled, very sweet and mild. Maturing from light-green to golden-yellow, the peppers grow on 22-26″ sturdy and upright plants that set continuously. Harvest in 62-73 days from transplant. Contains 15 seeds.
Keystone Giant matures in 70 to 79 days. A thick walled, sweet 4 to 4 ½ dark green pepper. The glossy, blocky peppers are 4-lobed. A widely adaptable fruit with compact foliage reaching 28 to 30 inches. Great for frying and stuffing. Thick stems prevent breakage. Disease resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Harvest in 70 to 79 days. Contains 15 seeds
This purple pepper is very popular at our Farmer’s Market. Like its namesake Pinot Noir, this pretty sweet bell shows a tremendously broad range of impressions. Light green when young, the large blocky fruits blush to shades of citrus, berry, and cherry red, displayed simultaneously for a beautiful bouquet. Firm, thick walled fruits are crisp and very sweet, with a clean refreshing aftertaste, produced on highly adaptable plants that set in cool weather as well as in hot, humid conditions. Pretty plants give an abundance of peppers, more than I can eat so, I chop them into 1″ pieces, saute and freeze them for use later on. I also use them for making Chile Rellenos stuffed with Jack cheese for no spicey heat. Hybrid. Packet contains 15 seeds