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70 days. (green > red) [Revived by NC seed saver Rob Danford.] One of the few peppers that reliably produces well in the short Smoky Mountain growing season (150 days or less). An incredibly sweet, bright red, thick-fleshed pimento pepper, 4 x 1½ in. Great raw, as well as for cooking, roasting, and canning. Small (24-30 in.) plants may be closely spaced (18 in. apart). Pkt

For more on Ashe County Pimento, and recipes, see this Garden & Gun magazine article!
  • Item # 46136

Sweet Peppers

Capsicum annuum
Please refer to our Pepper Growing Guide for cultural information.
Packet: 0.3 g unless stated (about 36-60 seeds, depending on variety) sows 21-60' of transplants.