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Peppers ...... we only started with evergreens!

Even though our name is Johnston’s Evergreen Nursery, we do carry a full line of landscape plants.

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Super Hots ...

Carolina Reaper - As of 2013, this is the HOTTEST PEPPER IN THE WORLD according to the Guniess Book of World Records.  Very rare and amazing extremely hot pepper over 2 million Scoville Units, testing hotter than Ghost peppers.  Chocolate-brown and heavily wrinkled are two characteristics that will make you shiver!

Chocolate Bhutlah - This pepper may rival Carolina Reaper!  This pepper is the result of a cross between Trinidad Douglah and Bhut Jolokia.  Fruits resemble the Ghost pepper, and has extreme heat.

 

Trinidad Moruga Scorpion100 to 120 Days - One of the hottest peppers currently known!  Originating from the Caribbean Islands, this wrinkly pendant-shaped pepper has a SHU rating of 1.2 million to 2 million, making it 500,000 SHU hotter than the Ghost Pepper and over 400 times hotter than a jalapeno.  A variant of the Trinidad Scorpion (world's 2nd hottest).  Ripens to red.  Handle with care.  Rare and limited in quantity. 

 

Trinidad Scorpion 'Butch T' Strain' - One of the hottest peppers on currently known, with a SHU rating of 1 to 1.4 millon, this pepper packs a punch!  The pod matures to orange-red, are "warty" with a distinctive "tail."  Eating it feels like you've been stung by a scorpion!  Rare.

 

Trinidad Scorpion 'Chocolate' - A chocolate-brown version of the Trinidad Scorpion that tested over 2 million Scoville Units, ranking it among the hottest in the world.  Less acidic than other hot peppers with a smokey undertone.

 

Trinidad Scorpion 'Orange' - An orange version of the Trinidad Scorpion that produces a small tail or no tail at all.  Lower heat than the red Trinidad Scorpion, but still packs a punch up to 1 million Scoville Units.

 

Trinidad Douglah (or Chocolate 7-Pot) - Very rare and amazing extremely hot pepper with 1 to 1.5 million SHU, testing hotter than Ghost peppers.  Chocolate-brown and heavily wrinkled are two characteristics that will make you shiver! 

 

7 Pot/Pod, 'Bubblegum' - An extremely hot pepper, ranks with the hottest in the world, that is HOTTER THAN the Ghost pepper.  Developed by Jon Harper, it's a cross between the Red Moruga and a yellow 7 pot.  Has a unique feature, in which some light pink to red coloration will expand from the top of the pepper into the stem.  This is how 'Bubblegum' got it's name. 

 

7 Pot/Pod, Red 'Brain Strain' - An extremely hot pepper, ranks with the hottest in the world, that is HOTTER THAN the Ghost pepper; fruits are mushroom-shaped and mature to bright red. 

 

7 Pot/Pod, Yellow 'Brain Strain' - An extremely hot pepper, ranks with the hottest in the world, that is HOTTER THAN the Ghost pepper; and rivals the #2 spot, the Trinidad Scorpion.  Fruits are "mushroom-shaped," mottled and a golden yellow color.  Originally from the Caribbean Islands.  

 

Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) - 90-120 days - 1,001,304 s.u., over twice as hot as habanero, and once the Guiness Book of Record Holders hottest peppers in the world:  In 2012, it was the 4th hottest pepper in the world. Although it is extremely hot, the peppers have great flavor and gives bragging rights!  Limited quantity.

 

Bhut Jolokia 'Peach'80 to 90 Days - A peach colored Ghost Pepper!  Again, one of the hottest in the world, this 2 to 3 in. long pepper is a beautiful yellow-orange and works great as dried chili powder.  Limited quantity.

 

Bhut Jolokia 'White'80 to 90 Days - Same heat as a regular ghost pepper, but ripens to a creamy white color. 

 

Habanero 'Caribbean Red' - Heirloom.  Hotter than the orange habanero! This variety has a smoky-citrus flavor with heavy yields or red wrinkled fruit.  Take care when handling.  SHU rating of 300,000 to 500,000.  

Habanero 'Orange' - 90 Days - Rare. Small 1 in. white fruits are just as hot as regular Habaneros but are much more prolific. In a good season can produce over 100 peppers. Grows easily in pots and is very attractive.  100,000 to 350,000 SHU rating.  SHU rating of 300,000 to 500,000.

 

Habanero 'Peach' - 90 Days - Same as regular habaneros, but this variety ripens to a clear bright salmon color. 

 

Scotch Bonnet Jamaican Red - Closely related to a Habanero, this Jamaican-cuisine staple is very hot with a smoky-fruity flavor.  The 2 inch pods ripen to red.  Very popular and recommended.  100,000 to 350,000 SHU rating (70x hotter than jalapenos). 

 

Hots ...

Ancho/Poblano - 70 to 75 Days - A very productive, early, and disease resistant variety.  Thick, dark green fruits called Anchos when green, and Poblano when red and dried. Low heat and is used heavily in Mexican cooking.  Rich flavor and comes highly recommended.  Hybrid.  1,000 to 2,000 SHU rating (30% heat of jalapeno).  

 

Ancho/Poblano 'Grande'- 85 Days - A larger version the infamous Ancho that produces 4" long by 3" wide peppers.  Excellent for chile rellanos!

 

Cayenne 'Joe's Long' - 85 Days - A long and slender version of the Cayenne pepper with medium heat and excellent flavor.  Perfect for pepper flakes or for canning.  Medium heat. 

 

Cherry Red - 80 Days - Hot, flattenend globe-shaped peppers turn from bright green to cherry red.  Fruits average 1 1/2", and are perfect for stuffing.

 

Chinese 5 Color - 85 Days - These hot peppers turn a range of colors, making it a perfect containerized ornamental plant!  Peppers start purple, then to cream, yellow, orange, and finally red.  Great for salsas too!

 

Crimson - 60 Days - Large, waxy, long peppers that turn brilliant red.  Stem end is larger than a hot wax pepper, making it easier to stuff.  Great for pickling.  Not too hot, and is very tasty.  

 

Fish Pepper - 75 Days - Variegated foliage and peppers makes this plant stand out. Fruits are 2-3 in. long ripen from cream to orange-red. Fruits are striped until ripe and are hot.  Used to flavor fish dishes.  Plants are extremely attractive and great for salsas.

 

Goat Weed100 Days - We're very excited to offer this pepper!  Produces 1.5 to 2 in. peppers that turn from black to green to orange and finally red.  The plant has fuzzy leaves and stems that makes a beautiful, unique, stand out plant.  Dries well.  

 

Hinklehatz - 85 Days - An heirloom also known as 'Chicken Heart', this variety is commonly grown by the Pennsylvanian Dutch and is often used for pickling.  Great amount of heat for a medium salsa.  

Hungarian, Black - 75 Days - A very unique hungarian that produces black jalapeno-shaped peppers on a compact plant.  This variety has purple flowers instead of white, making it ornamental as well! 

 

Hungarian Hot Wax - 58 Days (pale-yellow) and 83 Days (red) - Waxy, smooth fruit taper on a productive plant.  Peppers change from yellow to orange, and finally red, making them perfect for pickling.  Easy to stuff and to peel when roasted.  3,500 to 8,000 SHU rating.  

 

Inca Red Drop - 90 Days - Bushy plant produces lots of bright red 1.5 in. peppers that are aromatic and fruity tasting. Good for pickling or eating fresh.

 

Jalapeno - 70 Days - Commonly used in salsas, stuffing, pickling, and eating fresh.  Easily grown and prolific.  Will turn red.  2,500 to 8,000 SHU rating (Scoville Units). 

 

Jalapeno, Early - 65 Days - An earlier maturing variety of jalapeno with the same heat and flavor.  Excellent for salsas, stuffing, and the best part is you don't have to wait as long to enjoy!

 

Jalapeno 'Fooled You' F1 - 65 Days - Like Jalapeno flavor, but not the heat?  This variety is for you!  Same flavor and production of the original Jalapeno, but without the heat! 

 

Jalapeno 'Jalafuego' F1 - 70 Days - A high yielding Jalapeno variety that produces 3 1/2" to 4" fruits that are resistant to cracking.  High resistance to bacterial leaf spot and Potato Virus. 

 

Jalapeno 'Mucho Nacho' - 70 Days - An extra-large version of the famous Jalapeno that produces jumbo 4" fruits that are heavier and thicker than normal.  Makes the perfect stuffing pepper.  Similar heat to the normal Jalapeno. 

 

Jalapeno 'Purple' - 85 Days - A more colorful twist of the Jalapeno, this plant produces 2 3/4" long by 3/4" wide pepeprs that start deep green with a purple tinge, ripening to blood red.  Classic jalapeno flavor and heat.   

 

Jalapeno 'Senorita' F1 - 60 Days - A milder version of the Jalapeno that produces 3" by 1 1/2" long peppers on a compact plant.  Pepper mature earlier than normal Jalapeno's. 

 

Kung Pao F1 85 Days - Long, slender 5 to 6 in. peppers are thin-walled, hot, and produce prolifically.  Great for stir-frying or making your own pepper flakes.  Picture below is from 1 out of 4 harvests made from 1 plant.  

 

NuMex Twilight - "Wow, what is that?"  That's what you'll hear from friends when they see this beauty!  Fruits start purple, then mature to yellow, orange, and finally red, with all colors showing at any one time.  Piquin-type has good disease resistance.  From New Mexico Pepper Institute. 

 

Pepperoncini 'Golden Greek' - 62 Days - Not hot, not sweet, but tasty and the standard for pickling.  Should be harvested when green (immature) and not when red (mature).  Very prolific. 100 to 500 SHU rating (10% heat of jalapeno).  

 

Peter Pepper - 90 Days - Use your imagination.  From the original strain, with pods being  4 to 6 in. long and blunt-ended. Great for use as chili powder.  Do not over-water!  Limited quantity. 10,000 to 23,000 SHU rating.  

 

Prairie Fire - 90 - 100 Days - An edible and ornamental hot pepper that produces loads of candle-flame shaped fruits, which stand erect on the plant. Plant matures to 8" tall, and makes a perfect "wow" statement for containers!   

 

Serrano75 Days - A very popular brand of chili pepper with 3 1/2 inch long by 1/2 inch wide pods that mature to red.  Hotter than a Jalapeno.  Commonly used in pico de gallo, as well as other salsas!  Also dries easily.  SHU rating of 10,000 to 25,000. 

 

Tabasco - 90 Days - Great heat with delicious flavor, this famous hot sauce pepper produces small upright peppers that change from green to orange to red on a 4 ft. tall plant!  Can easily be grown in containers.  30,000 to 50,000 SHU rating (10x hotter than a jalapeno).  

 

Thai - Heirloom.  From Thailand.  Very hot, flavorful fruit.  A staple for the hot pepper lover.  Used commonly in stir fries, or dried and ground for seasonings. 

Trinidad Perfume - 90 Days - Related to some of the hottest peppers in the world!  This variety, though, packs little to no heat (approx. 500 Scoville Units), making it great for many people and dishes. 

 

 

Sweet Bells ...

Bianca - 70 Days - Hybrid.  Vigourous palnts produce rare white peppers.  Retains its creamy white color for an extended period, finally changing to orange then red.  A staple for white salsas.  Disease resistant Dutch variety. 

 

Cajun Belle - 60 Days - Hybrid.  2010 All American Selections Winner!  A very unique, mildly hot and sweet pepper that is great in the ground or in containers.  Small bell peppers 2 in. by 3 in. have 3 to 4 lobes, and change color from green to scarlet and ripen to deep red.  Recommended.  

 

 Chinese Giant - 75 Days - Heirloom.  A huge 6 in. by 5 to 6 in. sweet bell pepper that ripen from green to red.  Great for containers. 

 

Chocolate Beauty - 67 Days (green) and 80 Days (chocolate) - Heirloom.  Medium-large 3 to 4 lobed fruits are smooth and beautiful!  Tobacco Mosaic Virus resistant. 

 

Early Sunsation - 70 Days - Hybrid.  Big, early, and bright yellow classify this pepper as one of the best.  Extra large 4 1/2 to 5 in. peppers are perfect for stuffing or color in salsas.  Great yields and is resistant to bacterial spot.  

 

Keystone Giant - 72 to 75 Days - Heirloom.  Large 4 1/2 by 3 1/2 in. fruits are 4-lobed, thick-walled, and perfect for stuffing.  Performs very well in stressful conditions.  Tobacco Mosaic Virus tolerant.

 

Orange Blaze - 65 to 70 Days - Hybrid.  2011 All American Selections Winner. An intense orange pepper that surely brightens dishes and faces.  Flavor and color are not dissapointing.  Disease resisant.

 

Orange Sun - 80 Days - Hybrid.  Big 4 1/2" peppers are a bright orange color.  Thick walls and good disease resistance. 


Petite Yummy Bell
- 73 Days - Hybrid.  Very sweet, small 2" peppers are crisp, almost seedless, and store very well!  Peppers start lime-green and turn to apricot-orange.  Highly productive.  Easily filled with cream cheese and dips; can be skewered and grilled; or eaten fresh as a little snack!   

 

 

Revolution - 75 Days - Hybrid.  Extra-large 4 1/2" by 4 1/2" peppers are produced on a compact plant with great disease resistance.  Matures to red.

 

Socrates X3R - 68 Days - Hybrid.  Four- lobed blocky bell peppers become very large, at least 4 1/2 in. long and wide, have thick walls, and pack a delicious taste.  Wonderful for eating fresh, cooking, or stuffing.. Fruit turns from green to red and is sweet at all stages. Vigorous, disease resistant variety.

 

Super Yellow Heavyweight 77 Days - Hybrid.  The largest Bell pepper we carry, and one may need 2 hands to pick up! Weighs up to 9 oz., is thick walled, and very sweet and crunchy. Ripens to a pretty gold color.  High in vitamin C.

 

Tango78 Days - Hybrid.  A beautiful sweet bell pepper variety with tangerine-colored skin and 5 to 6 ounce fruits.  Great for stuffing or for adding color meals.  

 

Sweet Frying and Slicing ...

Carmen - 70 Days - Hybrid.  A classic Italian elongated slicing pepper.  Early and sweet.  Fruit average 2 1/2" by 6" and weigh about 5 oz's.  Fantastic for grilling and comes highly recommended.  

 

Giant Marconi - 72 Days - Hybrid.  A 2001 All American's Selection winner for its earliness, yield, size, and flavor.  Huge italian-type peppers turn from green to red and are 8" long.  Fantastic grilled or roasted.  Plants bear in the most adverse conditions (drought, heat, cold, or wet).  Resistant to Potato Virus and Tobacco Mosaic Virus.

 

Jimmy Nardello - 75 Days - Heirloom.  A very sweet, long, 6 to 9 in. pepper that matures from green to red quite fast.  Fantastic for fresh eating due to it's sweetness.  Also makes excellent pickling peppers.  Very productive and disease resistant.

 

Sweet Banana Pepper - 66 Days - Heirloom.  reat for pickling, this 6" long by 2" wide sweet pepper resembles a hot wax, but has no spice!  Peppers turn from light green, to yellow, to orange, and finally red when mature.  Thick fleshed and very popular!

HOT

7 Pot/Pod - 90 to 100 Days - An extremely hot pepper usually classified close to the Ghost Pepper and Trinidad Scorpion as one of the hottest in the world.  Wrinkled pods ripen to red when mature. 

Aji Pineapple - 90 Days - Produces good yields of 2 1/2" by 3/4" long bright yellow fruit that are excellent in salsas or pickled.  Medium-hot.  A variety from South America. 

Ancho/Poblano - 90 days - Thick, dark green fruits called Anchos when green, and Poblano when red and dried. Low heat and is used heavily in Mexican cooking.  Rich flavor and comes highly recommended. Ancho_Poblano_2.jpg (138813 bytes) 

Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) - 90-120 days - 1,001,304 s.u. over twice as hot as habanero and is the current Buiness Book of Record Holder of planets hottest pepper. Although it is extremely hot, the peppers have great flavor and gives bragging rights!  Limited quantity.

Bhut Jolokia 'Chocolate' - 90 to 100 Days - The world's hottest pepper now comes in new color!  A beautiful chocolate colored ghost pepper variety that bears excellently.  Peppers are thin-walled and makes for excellent chili powder.  Limited quantity.  

Bhut Jolokia 'Yellow' - 80 to 90 Days - Another color of the fabled Ghost Pepper that is yellow!  Again, one of the hottest in the world, this 2 to 3 in. long pepper is a beautiful yellow-orange and works great as dried chili powder.  Limited quantity.  

Brazilian Starfish - 90 Days - Gorgeous pepper that grows into a starfish shape on a large, branching plant.  Ripens from green-orange to bright red-orange.  From Brazil, the fruits can be stuffed with crème cheese for party trays or used in hot sauce or salsa.  

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Chinese 5 Color - 85 Days - These hot peppers turn a range of colors, making it a perfect containerized ornamental plant!  Peppers start purple, then to cream, yellow, orange, and finally red.  Great for salsas too!

Crimson - 60 Days - Large, waxy, long peppers that turn brilliant red.  Stem end is larger than a hot wax pepper, making it easier to stuff.  Great for pickling.  Not too hot, and is very tasty.  

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Czech Black - 65 Days - Good yields of tasty, medium-hot peppers that turn from black to deep red.  Not quite as hot as a Jalapeno, but similar in shape and size.  Beautiful purple flowers and dark purple leaves.

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Devil's Tongue - 100 Days - Considered one of the hottest peppers in the world, Devil's Tongue produces good amounts of yellow-orange peppers that are 2 in. long.  

Fish Pepper - 75 Days - Variegated foliage and peppers makes this plant stand out. Fruits are 2-3 in. long ripen from cream to orange-red. Fruits are striped until ripe and are hot.  Used to flavor fish dishes.  Plants are extremely attractive and great for salsas.

Goat Weed100 Days - We're very excited to offer this pepper!  Produces 1.5 to 2 in. peppers that turn from black to green to orange and finally red.  The plant has fuzzy leaves and stems that makes a beautiful, unique, stand out plant.  Dries well.  

Habanero - 90 to - This red version of the orange Habanero is very hot and prolific.  1 to 2 in. fruits ripen to red and have a great fruity flavor.  A classic.  

Habanero 'White' - 90 Days - Rare. Small 1 in. white fruits are just as hot as regular Habaneros but are much more prolific. In a good season can produce over 100 peppers. Grows easily in pots and is very attractive.

Hungarian Hot Wax - 58 Days (pale-yellow) and 83 Days (red) - Waxy, smooth fruit taper on a productive plant.  Peppers change from yellow to orange, and finally red, making them perfect for pickling.  Easy to stuff and to peel when roasted.

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Inca Red Drop - 90 Days - Bushy plant produces lots of bright red 1.5 in. peppers that are aromatic and fruity tasting. Good for pickling or eating fresh.

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Jalapeno - 58 to 68 Days - Commonly used in salsas, stuffing, pickling, and eating fresh.  Easily grown and prolific.  Will turn red.  10,000 S.U. (Scoville Units). 

Kung Pao F1 85 Days - Long, slender 5 to 6 in. peppers are thin-walled, hot, and produce prolifically.  Great for stir-frying or making your own pepper flakes.  Picture below is from 1 out of 4 harvests made from 1 plant.  

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Little Nubian - 80 to 85 Days - Ripens black to red.  Highly productive.  Nice heat, not overwhelming.  Dark green to purple foliage with a purple flower.  Makes a great house plant.   

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Mariachi F1 - 85 Days - An All American Selections Winner that produces great yields of 4 in. by 2 in. low to medium hot peppers that turn from creamy yellow to orange and finally red when mature.  Excellent fresh, pickled, or stuffed.  An improved Sante Fe Grande variety from the USA.  Recommended.  

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Pepperoncini 'Golden Greek' - 62 Days - Not hot, not sweet, but tasty and the standard for pickling.  Should be harvested when green (immature) and not when red (mature).  Very prolific. 

Peter Pepper - 90 Days - Use your imagination.  From the original strain, with pods being  4 to 6 in. long and blunt-ended. Great for use as chili powder.  Do not over-water!  Limited quantity.  

Pimenta Barro do Robiero - 110 Days - What a beautiful pepper!  Highly productive plant produces loads of peppers turning from cream to coral to red with shades of purple at any stage.  Medium heat with a sweet flavor and aroma.  Makes for a great pickling jar, and is very ornamental!  From Brazil.  

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Rainforest - 90 to 110 Days - Highly recommended because of it's flavor.  High yield plants of medium size produce pendulant pods with unique shapes.  Ripen form green to coral to red.  Very tasty!

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Tabasco - 90 Days - Great heat with delicious flavor, this famous hot sauce pepper produces small upright peppers that change from green to orange to red on a 4 ft. tall plant!  Can easily be grown in containers.  

SWEET BELL

Albino Bull Nose - 75 Days - Beautiful, blocky peppers are 3 to 4 in., never green, starting off a lovely cream color and ripening to an orange-red.  Heavy producer on a compact plant.  

Big Early Hybrid - 70 Days - A very large, early, elongated bell pepper in which 1 stuffed pepper can feed 2 people!  Fruits are 3 to 4 lobed and  are 8 in. by 4 1/2 in. with thick walls and a crisp, sweet flavor. Harvest when green or red.  

Blushing Beauty - 72 Days - 2000 All American Selections Winner!  Heavy yielding 4 in. by 4 in. sweet bell peppers start out ivory, turning to a soft gold, to a bright gold with blushes of red, and then to a glossy orange-red when finally mature.  Can be harvested at any stage.  Does well in adverse conditions.  Disease resistant.  

Buran - 80 Days - Polish heirloom.  Very sweet with high yields.  Fruits are 3 lobed and measure 4" by 3" at the shoulders.  Sweet green or red.  Does well in dry areas.  

Cajun Belle - 60 Days - 2010 All American Selections Winner!  A very unique, mildly hot and sweet pepper that is great in the ground or in containers.  Small bell peppers 2 in. by 3 in. have 3 to 4 lobes, and change color from green to scarlet and ripen to deep red.  Recommended.  

Chinese Giant - 75 Days - A huge 6 in. by 5 to 6 in. sweet bell pepper that ripen from green to red.  Great for containers.  

Chocolate Beauty - 67 Days (green) and 80 Days (chocolate) - Medium-large 3 to 4 lobed fruits are smooth and beautiful!  Tobacco Mosaic Virus resistant.  

Colossal Hybrid - 70 Days - A high-yielding variety with large fruits that have thick, crunchy walls and are very sweet.  Matures to a bright red while remaining firm.  Sets fruit well in adverse conditions.  

Early Sunsation Hybrid - 70 Days - Big, early, and bright yellow classify this pepper as one of the best.  Extra large 4 1/2 to 5 in. peppers are perfect for stuffing or color in salsas.  Great yields and is resistant to bacterial spot.  

Emerald Giant - 77 Days - Highly productive, huge bell peppers are a trademark of this variety.  Thick-walled, 5 in. tall and wide fruits are perfect for stuffing.  Tobacco Mosaic Virus resistant.  

Keystone Giant - 72 to 75 Days - Large 4 1/2 by 3 1/2 in. fruits are 4-lobed, thick-walled, and perfect for stuffing.  Performs very well in stressful conditions.  Tobacco Mosaic Virus tolerant.  

King of the North - 65 Days - Early and big sweet bell pepper that is excellent for northern climates.  Up to 6 in. by 4 in., thick-walled, and great for stuffing.  

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Lilac Hybrid - 70 Days - A true lavender pepper with ivory-yellow flesh!  4.5 to 5.5 in. blocky bell peppers mature from ivory to lavender and finally to crimson, but remain in the lavender stage longer than any purple pepper.  Very unique!

Orange Sun - 80 Days - Large 5 in. by 4 in. bell peppers turn deep orange in color and are productive.  Gorgeous color and very sweet.  

Red Knight X3R Hybrid - 65 Days (green) and 78 Days (red) - Big and blocky bell pepper matures to red earlier in the season.  Fruit are 4 1/2 in. long and wide on a compact plant.  Disease resistant. 

Socrates X3R Hybrid - 68 Days - 4-lobed blocky bell peppers become very large, at least 4 1/2 in. long and wide, have thick walls, and pack a delicious taste.  Wonderful for eating fresh, cooking, or stuffing.. Fruit turns from green to red and is sweet at all stages. Vigorous, disease resistant variety.  

Super Yellow Heavyweight 77 Days - The largest Bell pepper we carry, and one may need 2 hands to pick up! Weighs up to 9 oz., is thick walled, and very sweet and crunchy. Ripens to a pretty gold color.  High in vitamin C.

World Beater (Ruby Giant) - 70 Days - Tall plants producing large, 5 inch by 3 inch, blocky, non-tapering symmetrical fruit. Very sweet.  Thick fleshed and great for frying, salads, or pickling.  

Petite Yummy Bell - 73 Days - Very sweet, small 2" peppers are crisp, almost seedless, and store very well!  Peppers start lime-green and turn to apricot-orange.  Highly productive.  Easily filled with cream cheese and dips; can be skewered and grilled; or eaten fresh as a little snack!  A great variety.  

 

SWEET FRYING & SLICING

Carmen - 70 Days - A classic Italian elongated slicing pepper.  Early and sweet.  Fruit average 2 1/2" by 6" and weigh about 5 oz's.  Fantastic for grilling and comes highly recommended.

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Giant Marconi Hybrid - 72 Days - A 2001 All American's Selection winner for its earliness, yield, size, and flavor.  Huge italian-type peppers turn from green to red and are 8" long.  Fantastic grilled or roasted.  Plants bear in the most adverse conditions (drought, heat, cold, or wet).  Resistant to Potato Virus and Tobacco Mosaic Virus.  

Jimmy Nardello - 75 Days - A very sweet, long, 6 to 9 in. pepper that matures from green to red quite fast.  Fantastic for fresh eating due to it's sweetness.  Also makes excellent pickling peppers.  Very productive and disease resistant.  

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Sweet Banana Pepper - 66 Days - Great for pickling, this 6" long by 2" wide sweet pepper resembles a hot wax, but has no spice!  Peppers turn from light green, to yellow, to orange, and finally red when mature.  Thick fleshed and very popular!

   
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