Cherry Pick- Small green to red fruit. Sweet taste, they are great to pickle.
Cupid- Fruits are blocky to slightly pointed, avg. 2″ X 1 3/4″, and are particularly sweet when red. Large, well-branched plants protect the fruits from sunscald. Fruits are smoother and have better flavor than Mini Apple, which it replaced.
Lunchbox- These beautiful, mini-sized peppers are remarkably sweet and flavorful. They are delicious sautéed, as an addition to salads and, of course, perfect for a healthy snack.
Red Cherry Sweet- The fruits are shaped like cherries, but larger, and have smooth skin. The flesh is thick and sweet. They make a nice addition to salads or are good for canning or pickling. Can be used in the green stage or in the red, ripe stage.
Sweet Pickle- Just 2 inches long and packed with sweet flavor, they’re super for salads, garnishes, and pickling! The red, orange, yellow, and purple fruits look like Christmas tree lights (a great sweet pepper for a pot or ornamental.)
Trinidad Perfume- This fruity little pepper looks like it would set you on fire, but it does not really have any heat. It does have flavor.
Hot Pickling Peppers
Big Bomb Hybrid- Big, bright red hot cherry peppers load up in abundance earlier in the season than any other hot cherry pepper on the market. The thick-walled peppers are about 2 inches wide and long with a medium-hot flavor that is just perfect for pickling or stuffing with cheese as a “hot” appetizer. Vigorous plants offer durability even in a wide variety of growing conditions. 62 days.
Cherry Bomb Hybrid- Hot cherry pepper that yields up to 50% more than the older, open-pollinated type. Thick-walled fruit is round to oval and matures from green to red. Pungency is medium-hot with about 20% less heat than a Jalapeno. 65 days.
Golden Greek (Pepperoncini)- 4 inch long, slightly wrinkled peppers taper to a blunt, lobed end and are very popular for pickling. They have a mildly hot but exciting flavor and are commonly jarred for use in Greek salads and salad bars. Expect an abundant harvest. 65 days.