Bells- Green and Red
Ace- Extra early, amazing yields. Sweet fruits ripen from green to red.
Bell Boy- Early yields of large, meaty 4 1/2-inch fruits. This sweet pepper has blocky shape super for stuffing. 70 days.
Better Belle- Four-lobed peppers mature from green to bright red. Vigorous variety maintains its large fruit size and production throughout a long season. Tobacco mosaic virus resistant. 65 days.
Big Bertha- One of the largest elongated bells. Outstanding performer.
Big Early- Elongated bells so incredibly big. Ripen green to red bell type.
California Wonder- Deep green to red thick walled bell type pepper.
Camelot- A large sweet pepper that turns a rich, red color.
Carmen- Productive and delicious. Long bull horn green to red. Sweet tasting.
Chinese Giant- Large bell that turns green to red. Early maturity and long harvest.
King Arthur- Nice blocky fruit, great sweet flavor. Bushy plants can produce 14-20 large fruits.
Red Knight- Big, heavy blocky peppers measure 4-1/2 inches long and wide, and mature to red early in the season. This variety has protection against three races of bacterial leaf spot and two pepper viruses, and features a more compact plant habit than similar varieties. 65 days to green, 78 days to red.
Bells- Orange and Yellow
Aura- Tapered, thick-walled, 2-3 lobed fruits are 4-5″ long, and are deliciously sweet and fruity. Medium-size plants yield well. Early and easy to grow.
Early Sunsation- Big blocky bell peppers are mature green but ripen into a bright yellow. 4-inch long blocky peppers. Extra sweet when fully yellow.
Flavorburst- Crisp, juicy and sweet yet flavorful taste. Giant blocky bells begin granny apple green and finish in a lovely shade of goldenrod. Yields keep coming all summer long, even after all others have finished for the season. You won’t want to miss the burst of flavor!
Glow- Tapered, thick-walled, 2-3 lobed fruits are 4-5″ long, and are deliciously sweet and fruity. Medium-size plants yield well.
Golden Cal Wonder- 78 days. Colorful golden bells that are very sweet and tasty. Gold peppers are superb for fresh eating, great for kitchen or market gardens. The productive plants produce early and are good for northern climates .
Gourmet- Early orange bell has thick juicy walls and fruity sweet taste. Medium-large, very blocky fruits are bigger than Corona and easier to grow under a wider variety of conditions. Strong compact plants set plentiful fruits without crowding.
Orange Bells- Super sweet, brilliant orange fruit are blocky with good-sized thick flesh that is flavorful and among the best tasting of all peppers. Plants produce large yields of this most magnificent pepper.
Orange Blaze- We’re sweet on this sweet orange bell pepper, the AAS 2011 winner. ‘Orange Blaze’ is a winner for great flavor, early maturity, easy-growing personality and remarkable disease resistance. Beauteous 2-3 lobed fruits are 4” long and 1.5” wide—optimally sized for peak sweet flavor and texture at harvest. 65-70 days to maturity.
Bells- Purple and Brown
Blushing Beauty- Sweet, full-flavored hybrid bell pepper that blushes gracefully from light yellow or ivory to red as it matures on the plant. Its glowing color and good taste adds savor to any dish.
Chocolate Beauty- 85 days. Plant produces good yields of beautiful rich chocolate brown sweet bell pepper. Excellent for salads, stuffing, or cooking.
Islander- People love the color of this bell pepper, purple to orange; however walls are still somewhat thin when purple. Three-lobed, medium-size, thick-fleshed peppers with a mild, slightly sweet taste. Fruits ripen through a showy stage of violet, yellow and orange streaks, eventually turning a rich, very dark red. Strong, medium-tall plants yield well.
Lilac- A wonderful bell that turns a light purple color. Thick and sweet.
Purple Beauty- Blocky, thick-walled, dark purple bells set well not only in the crown, but also as limb set. Compact plants offer good foliage cover for the fruit. Beautiful in salads as well as stuffed. 70 days.
Tequila- Amethyst pepper blocky pepper. Super sweet.
Antohi Romanian- Plant produces high yields of 4″ long by 2 ¼” wide sweet peppers. Peppers turn from pale yellow, to orange, to red when mature. Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. Jan Antohi, a Romanian acrobat, defected to the USA and brought these seeds from Romania. 78 days.
Bianca- This is a premium-quality ivory bell pepper with 3 to 4 lobes and blocky shape. It retains its creamy white color for an extended period before turning peach then orange, and finally light red. Plants are vigorous, resistant to tobacco mosaic virus and provide excellent cover for these very attractive fruit. Ivory bell peppers are still rather uncommon, and this Dutch variety is one of the finest available. 70 days.
Romanian Rainbow- Very early colorful bell pepper starts ivory turns orange and then red.
Alma Paprika- 80 days. Grow your own paprika seasoning! Alma is one of the best paprika-type peppers for drying and grinding, but can also be eaten fresh from the garden. Plants are loaded with round, thick-walled, sweet peppers that have just a hint of warmth. The 1-2 inch fruits start out creamy white, and then turn to orange before finally turning shiny red. Harvest red for drying purposes.
Lipstick- Plant produces heavy yields of 4″ long by 2″ wide sweet peppers. Peppers turn from green to red when mature. Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. One of the most delicious and sweetest peppers on the market. Excellent for salsa, salads, cooking, and roasting. Suitable for home gardens.
Pimiento L- Large heart shaped fruit that is 4in long. Wonderful fresh, canned or in sauce.
Red Ruffled Pimiento- Large thick flesh pepper with sweet succulent flesh. Heavy producer.
Round of Hungry- Ribbed, flattened fruits mature early and have very thick, sweet, delicious flesh. Distinctive, globe-shaped fruits avg. 2-2 1/2″ x 3-3 1/2″, turn red early, and are great for stuffed peppers, in cooking, and in salads.