Peppers set fruit best between 65-85°F. See chart below. Same as the green Anaheim chilies you find in the grocery store, but better because you'll get to eat them fresh and full of flavor! Anaheim College 64 yields 6-10 tasty fruit per plant, each 6-8...
Excellent for chili powder! Pods are 4-6 inches long with blunt ends that resemble a mans private area. Peter, aka Willy, pepper gets it's name, well because of what it resembles! An old heirloom that is grown as much for shock as it is for culinary value.
Peppers set fruit best between 65-85°F. See chart below. Deep green fruit ripen to a blazing red and weigh in at just about a third of a pound each! Thick walls make these a given for stuffing, slicing into salads and sandwiches, and grilling.
Tabasco is the pepper used to make Tabasco sauce. Start early indoors and transplant well after last frost. Frutescens) 4,000 seeds/oz.; 21-26 days, 72°F. They ripen from green to yellow to orange to red.
Sturdy, upright plants produce high yields of uniform, 5" fruits for summer, early fall harvest. Ideal seedlings have buds, but no open flowers. Big bushy plants with few peppers can be caused by an excess of nitrogen, hot or cold temperature extremes...
70°F (21°C) day and 60°F (16°C) nights.Exposing the seedlings to controlled cold treatments can increase the number of flowers and fruits. After 4 weeks adjust temperature to 70°F (21°C) day and night.
Guests are sure to ask about your pretty, new “shrubs”: watch their faces as they discover the fruit! Petite 2 oz. ‘Confetti' showers joy—from its eye-catching, variegated leaves to its sweet, thin-walled, chameleon-colored fruit.
Great tasting and easy to pick. Hot Cherie F1 Hybrid is a large (2-2.5” avg.) cherry pepper that is perfect for stuffing, pickling and processing. Start early indoors and transplant well after last frost.
The plants should receive full sunlight. Sunscald is caused by an inadequate foliage canopy. Excellent, sweet flavor. 19 plants/ Pkt., 750 plants/1,000 seeds, 19,360 seeds per acre of transplants (avg.
Large, pointed fruits measure 6-7" long and 1 1/2" across. Even after more than 70 years, this is still extremely popular pepper. A favorite for pickling. The mild yellow peppers ultimately turn brilliant red.
An elongated pepper that turns scarlet when fully ripe but stay sweet and mild. Garden ready pepper plants grown by Urban Farmer. Sweet Banana is a longtime favorite for flavor. Delightful and colorful sweet pepper.
Beautiful on salads and other meals. Inside ripens to a deep red. Great for gardeners with short seasons. Early maturing bell pepper that turns dark brown when fully ripened. Chocolate colored bell pepper with sweet flavor.
(Hot Banana) Hungarian Yellow Wax Hot peppers are light yellow to red, medium-thick wall fruit 5 1/2” x 1 1/2” wide. Start early indoors and transplant well after last frost. Strong upright plant growth.
Peppers grow slowly in cool soils; do not transplant before weather has stabilized. Pyrethrin or row covers. If jalapenos aren't quite spicy enough for you, this tasty pepper is definitely the way to go.
Water-in transplants using a high phosphorus solution.Cold weather is buffered and earliness increased by using plastic mulch, especially in combination with lightweight fabric row cover supported by wire hoops.