Pepper Plants – Sweet
Sweet Peppers: All are bell peppers except Sweet Banana and Leysa. Hybrid unless noted. Plants will be ready May 7. Protect from frost.
California Wonder: 75 days green. Reliable. Green, ripening to red. Thick-walled, medium sized, a nice stuffer. Open pollinated.
Flavorburst: 67 days lime green; 87 days yellow ripe. Excellent, sweet flavor. Medium-large.
Gourmet: 65 days green; 85 days orange ripe. Thick, juicy walls and juicy-sweet flavor. Medium-large
Islander: 56 days lavender; 81 days red ripe. Thick yellow flesh, mild, slightly sweet taste.
King Crimson: 57 days green; 65 days red. Slightly earlier than King of the North with superior quality. Prolific. Open pollinated.
Lesya: NEW. Heirloom. The sweetest of all peppers with very thick flesh. A total crowd pleaser. Unique pointed heart-shaped fruit ripens to a deep red and has intensely juicy texture. Plants are stocky and high yielding. Superior flavor and texture. Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.
Olympus: 65 days green; 85 days red ripe. Good yields of large, flavorful bell peppers.
Sweet Banana: 63 days yellow; 83 days ripe red. 8-9″ long fruit, mild when yellow and moderately sweet when they ripen red. For pickling or fresh eating.
Snowball: 65 days white; 85 days ripe golden yellow. Medium-sized peppers mature from ivory to yellow to golden yellow. Favor is mild when ivory, and sweet and fruity when golden.
Sweet Sunrise: 65 days green; 85 days yellow ripe. Medium-large fruits, flavor is both fruity and sweet. Yields well and ripens early.
|Sweet Pepper Varieties||
California Wonder, Eros Mini, Flavorburst, Gourmet, Islander, King Crimson, Leysa, Mini Sweet Bells, Olympus, Red Mini Belle, Snowball, Sweet Banana, Sweet Sunrise, Yellow Mini Belle