Sweet (Bell & Frying)

Hot Peppers Spice (Paprika) Peppers

Please refer to Pepper Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 0.5 g unless stated (about 60-100 seeds, depending on variety) sows 35-100' of transplants.




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Golden Calwonder Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Golden Calwonder Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

72 days. (green > gold) Widely adapted and similar to California Wonder. The thick-walled, golden ripe fruits average 3 x 3 in. 3 ft. plants. Does well in the Mid-Atlantic. Pkt.
$2.25

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Marconi Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Marconi Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

80 days. (green > red) Fabulous yields with this 7 in. horn shaped Italian heirloom. Great for frying, drying, or using fresh in salads. Very sweet whether green or red, stands up well to the heat. Pkt.
$2.25

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California Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

California Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

75 days. (green > red) [1928] Widely adapted variety, well-known and preferred by many market growers and gardeners. A smooth, blocky bell, mostly 4-lobed, with thick walls. Fruits up to 4 x 4¾ in. Foliage provides good cover for fruits. Tobacco mosaic resistant. Pkt.
$2.50

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Charleston Belle Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Charleston Belle Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

67 days. (green > red) [A gardening breakthrough: the first nematode-resistant bell pepper. Introduced by SESE in 1998.] Plants have a compact growth habit and reach a height of 4 ft.. Fruits are virtually identical to 'Keystone Resistant Giant', weigh approximately ¼ lb and...
$2.50

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Gamba (Gambo) Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Gamba (Gambo) Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

62 days. (green > red) Excels as a frying or stuffing pepper. Very thick, meaty flesh holds up well and sweetens during cooking. Our favorite for sweet, stir-fried peppers. Flattened bells, 3-3½ in. in diameter and 1½-2 in. deep with rich, deep- red color. Pkt.
$2.50

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Perfection (True Heart) Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Perfection (True Heart) Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

(True Heart) 80 days. (green > crimson red) Very flavorful, thick-walled, smooth- skinned, heart-shaped fruits (3 x 2½ in.). Use fresh, roasted, peeled, or canned. Especially well suited for salads, Spanish omelets, or eating out of hand like an apple. 4 ft. plants. Pkt.
$2.50

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Purple Beauty Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Purple Beauty Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

80 days. (green > purple > deep red) On their way to deep red, the peppers stop and linger at a dark purple color (lime green inside) that’s lovely in salads. Medium-sized bells, 3 x 3 in., thick flesh, good foliage cover. 3 ft. tall, mosaic resistant plants. Pkt.
$2.50

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Super Shepherd Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Super Shepherd Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

66 days. (green > red- brown > red) This Italian sweet pepper is one of our most productive and versatile varieties. Early yields of high quality, defect-free fruits. Thick, juicy flesh good fresh, fried or pickled. 3-4 lobed fruits average 2 x 4 in. long. Tall, vigorous plants. Pkt.
$2.50

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Tequila Sunrise Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Tequila Sunrise Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

77 days. (green > orange) Sweet and pretty, the thick-fleshed 5 x 1 in. fruits are borne upright. Use fresh or cooked. Good yields of attractive peppers. Pkt.
$2.50

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Corno Di Toro Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Corno Di Toro Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

80 days. (green > red) “Horn of the Bull” thick bull’s horn type, extremely productive, plants will produce so much fruit that the plants can use a good staking! Great flavor, beautiful vigorous plants. Good pepper for frying and cooking. Pkt.
$2.75

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Doe Hill Golden Bell Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Doe Hill Golden Bell Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

(green > orange) [Pre-1900 family heirloom from the Doe Hill area in Highland County, VA.] Miniature (1 x 2¼ in.), 4- to 6- lobed, flattened orange bells, with sweet, fruity, multidimensional flavor. High yielding, 30 in. plants widely adapted and disease resistant. Fruits keep well. Pkt.
$2.75

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Feherozon Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Feherozon Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

(creamy white > orange > red) 55 days. [Seed from Dr. Terry Berke at the Asian Vegetable Research Center. Introduced by SESE 1999.] An extra-early, large wax, Hungarian sweet pepper with compact growth and concentrated fruit set. Dwarf plants are only 12-15 in. tall, yet produce an early yield of 7...
$2.75

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Jimmy Nardello's Italian Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Jimmy Nardello's Italian Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

75 days. (green > crimson red) Best sweet variety for drying. This treasure was in our seed bank for 15 years before we grew it in our pepper trials; we wish we’d offered it sooner! One of the more productive, disease-resistant, and most widely adapted heirloom sweet peppers we have grown....
$2.75

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Kevin's Early Orange Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Kevin's Early Orange Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Small crop, sold out for 2015* 70-80 days. (green > orange) [Selected by Ashland Farmers Market growers for taste and earliness.] Medium, thick- walled bells, 3 x 3½ in. The same fine taste as Orange Bell but 2 weeks earlier and with slightly improved...
$2.75

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Lipstick Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Lipstick Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

55 days. (green > red) [Johnny’s Selected Seeds] Early and productive, a great choice for short season areas. Chunky triangular peppers, 2 x 3½ in., on 4 ft. plants. Good flavor, especially in cooler areas. Pkt.
$2.75

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Melrose Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Melrose Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

(green > red) [Heirloom Italian frying pepper discovered in Melrose Park, IL.] Productive plants full of 2 x 4 in. peppers that turn brilliant red early. Very sweet flavor, rich and full-bodied. Excellent for salads, roasting, and stir- frying. Pkt.
$2.75

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Napoleon Sweet Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Napoleon Sweet Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

90 days. (green > red) 6-7 in. long bells with sweet, mild flavor. Very productive, tasty thick fleshed fruit can be used fresh, dried or for frying. Pkt.
$2.75

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Sweet Banana (Long Sweet Hungarian) Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Sweet Banana (Long Sweet Hungarian) Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Seed in germination test, hope to have by 3/5/15 70 days. (pale green > yellow > orange > crimson red) [1941] Heavy yields of attractive, banana- shaped peppers, 6 x 1½ in. Eaten at any ripeness stage, but sweetest when red. Great for colorful salads,...
$2.75

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Sweet Chocolate (Choco) Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Sweet Chocolate (Choco) Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

86 days. (green > chocolate brown) Medium-sized, shiny, chocolate-cherry-colored bells, 2½ x 4½ in., 3-lobed. Unusual dark maroon interior fruit color. Extremely productive, continuous fruiting, very disease resistant. Stake tall plants for best production. Pkt.
$2.75

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Ashe County Pimento Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

Ashe County Pimento Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

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,...
$2.95

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Bull Nose (Large Sweet Spanish) Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Bull Nose (Large Sweet Spanish) Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

(Large Sweet Spanish) 58 days. (green > scarlet red) [Introduced in 1759 from India. Pre-1900 this variety was often stuffed with cabbage and pickled.] Early maturing. An unusual combination of sweet and heat: the thick flesh is sweet and the cell partitions or ribs are slightly pungent. In our...
$2.95

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Carolina Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Carolina Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

75 days. (green > red) [Introduced by SESE 1999.] The best nematode- resistant bell for home gardeners. Foliage, fruits, and yields are very similar to California Wonder. This variety is a potentially valuable line for developing other nematode-resistant bell peppers. It is also less prone to...
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Jupiter Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Jupiter Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

75 days. (green > red) One of the largest and best sweet bell peppers. Sturdy 3-5 ft. plants have an excellent canopy of dark green leaves to protect the high yields of 4 in. fruits. Excellent drought resistance. Great for stuffing. Pkt.
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Keystone Resistant Giant Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Keystone Resistant Giant Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

79 days. (green > red) A California Wonder type with large, blocky, pendant fruit (3½ x 4 in.). Mosaic resistant. Heavy foliage reduces susceptibility to sunscald. Thick stems hold up under heavy fruit load. Well suited to the Mid-Atlantic, but not recommended for the Deep South. Pkt.
$2.95

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Sweet Jemison Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Sweet Jemison Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

80 days (green > yellow) Large, elongated bell pepper developed by North Carolina farmer Doug Jones, one of the biggest and sweetest we’ve grown. Fruits keep best when harvested with some green still on the fruit. Pkt.
$2.95

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World Beater (Ruby Giant) Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

World Beater (Ruby Giant) Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

72 days. (green > red) [Pre-1912. Developed from a cross combining the size and production of Chinese Giant with the shape and color of Ruby King.] 3 x 4 in., thick fleshed bells, very sweet when red. 3 ft. tall plants. Pkt.
$2.95

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Yellow Belle Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Yellow Belle Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Small crop, sold out for 2015 Crop failure, unavailable for 2015 65 days. (yellow > yellow-orange > crimson red) Mostly four-lobed, 2½ x 3 in., thick flesh, borne erect on the plant. Heavy foliage, compact growth, and...
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Corona Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

Corona Sweet Bell Pepper 0.5 g

68 days. (green > golden orange) [Dutch variety, 1991] Fancy, flavorful, very sweet bell pepper often featured in gourmet produce markets. 3½ in. fruits are 3- to 4-lobed, averaging 6-7 oz. Fruit stem separates easily from plant for trouble-free harvest. Choice variety for salad use. Good...
$3.25

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California Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

California Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

75 days. (green > red) [1928] Widely adapted variety, well-known and preferred by many market growers and gardeners. A smooth, blocky bell, mostly 4-lobed, with thick walls. Fruits up to 4 x 4¾ in. Foliage provides good cover for fruits. Tobacco mosaic resistant. (3 g)
$5.50

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Perfection (True Heart) Sweet Pepper 3 g

Perfection (True Heart) Sweet Pepper 3 g

(True Heart) 80 days. (green > crimson red) Very flavorful, thick-walled, smooth- skinned, heart-shaped fruits (3 x 2½ in.). Use fresh, roasted, peeled, or canned. Especially well suited for salads, Spanish omelets, or eating out of hand like an apple. 4 ft. plants. (3 g)
$5.50

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Purple Beauty Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

Purple Beauty Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

80 days. (green > purple > deep red) On their way to deep red, the peppers stop and linger at a dark purple color (lime green inside) that’s lovely in salads. Medium-sized bells, 3 x 3 in., thick flesh, good foliage cover. 3 ft. tall, mosaic resistant plants. (3 g)
$6.50

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Napoleon Sweet Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

Napoleon Sweet Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

90 days. (green > red) 6-7 in. long bells with sweet, mild flavor. Very productive, tasty thick fleshed fruit can be used fresh, dried or for frying. (3 g)
$6.75

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Carolina Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

Carolina Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

75 days. (green > red) [Introduced by SESE 1999.] The best nematode- resistant bell for home gardeners. Foliage, fruits, and yields are very similar to California Wonder. This variety is a potentially valuable line for developing other nematode-resistant bell peppers. It is also less prone to...
$7.50

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Jimmy Nardello's Italian Sweet Pepper 3 g

Jimmy Nardello's Italian Sweet Pepper 3 g

75 days. (green > crimson red) Best sweet variety for drying. This treasure was in our seed bank for 15 years before we grew it in our pepper trials; we wish we’d offered it sooner! One of the more productive, disease-resistant, and most widely adapted heirloom sweet peppers we have grown....
$7.50

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Melrose Sweet Pepper 3 g

Melrose Sweet Pepper 3 g

(green > red) [Heirloom Italian frying pepper discovered in Melrose Park, IL.] Productive plants full of 2 x 4 in. peppers that turn brilliant red early. Very sweet flavor, rich and full-bodied. Excellent for salads, roasting, and stir- frying. (3 g)
$7.50

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Super Shepherd Sweet Pepper 3 g

Super Shepherd Sweet Pepper 3 g

66 days. (green > red- brown > red) This Italian sweet pepper is one of our most productive and versatile varieties. Early yields of high quality, defect-free fruits. Thick, juicy flesh good fresh, fried or pickled. 3-4 lobed fruits average 2 x 4 in. long. Tall, vigorous plants. (3 g)
$7.50

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Sweet Banana (Long Sweet Hungarian) Sweet Pepper 3 g

Sweet Banana (Long Sweet Hungarian) Sweet Pepper 3 g

Seed in germination test, hope to have by 3/5/15 70 days. (pale green > yellow > orange > crimson red) [1941] Heavy yields of attractive, banana- shaped peppers, 6 x 1½ in. Eaten at any ripeness stage, but sweetest when red. Great for colorful salads,...
$7.50

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Sweet Chocolate (Choco) Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

Sweet Chocolate (Choco) Sweet Bell Pepper 3 g

86 days. (green > chocolate brown) Medium-sized, shiny, chocolate-cherry-colored bells, 2½ x 4½ in., 3-lobed. Unusual dark maroon interior fruit color. Extremely productive, continuous fruiting, very disease resistant. Stake tall plants for best production. (3 g)
$7.50

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