California Wonder Pepper
Introduced in 1928. One of the most common sweet peppers for home gardens, great for canning and freezing. Ripens from green to red. Heavy sets of blocky, 4-lobed, 4" fruits. When you consider that store bought sweet peppers can cost $2.00 each, this pepper can be a real money maker at markets. Strong plants that will grow 24-30" tall. 70-75 days from transplant.
85 days from transplant. Whether you like your sweet peppers green or red, this super sweet and flavorful variety won’t disappoint. An Italian heirloom that was brought to America in the 1880’s from the Basilicata region by the Nardello family. Medium-thick flesh, very good in salads or sautéing with potatoes or onions. A wonderfully versatile sweet pepper that also dries or freezes well. Heavy producing 10-12" peppers on 24" tall plants.
A beauty of a pepper. Producing large 3-4 lobed, blocky bell pepper 3-4" wide and 4-5" long. Ripening from green to orange. Yummy sweet flavor. Eat it fresh, use it for canning or for freezing. Green peppers can be harvested at around 50 days after transplant, or will turn to orange around 80 days.
Said to be the best open pollinated purple bell pepper. Under favorable conditions, plants can produce 10-12 large, sweet bell peppers in a growing season. The deep purple color is just gorgeous. Fruits will remain in the purple stage for several weeks before further ripening to a deep red when fully mature. Around 75 days from transplant.
70 to 75 days from transplant
Introduced in 1902 by Maule's Seed Company. Of all peppers, they claimed this to be the best, never to be replaced. I just might have to agree with that. 24" plants are very sturdy and support big crops of 3 to 4 lobed, thick walled fruits. Ripening from green to a stunning candy red color. Excellent sweet flavor. Sure to be a favorite bell pepper in your garden.
*Note* - each seed packet contains 25 seeds except where noted.