Bounty- Bounty is an early hybrid sweet banana-type pepper that matures from a light-yellow color to a bright-red. It produces 9- to 10-inch long fruit, has very uniform pods and a prolific set. The light-yellow, very thick-walled fruit are excellent for processing use. Bounty has a medium-large plant with a very high yield potential.
Corno di Toro Yellow and Red- Bull horn colorful peppers ripen red or yellow. Super sweet. Great fresh in salads or grilled.
Flexum- Terrific pepper, beautiful 4 oz. cone shaped peppers. Start out ivory, and then mature yellow to orange, then red. Abundant fruit set.
Garden Sunshine- Creamy-yellow 8″ bell-shaped peppers hold for weeks before turning to orange and then red, extended harvest period. Best used when yellow or orange. Highly productive 16″ plants. Remarkably dependable sweet pepper. 80-100 days.
Giant Aconcagua- The longest sweetest pepper. Flavor of a sweet apple. Flavor is best when harvested at light green.
Giant Marconi- Early high yield wonderful flavor and huge size. Sweetest when red. 3 lobed.
Giant Szegedi- Originally from Hungary, this wedge-shaped sweet pepper starts out white then deepens to orange and red when fully ripe. Pendant fruit is about 4-1/2 inches long with thick, sweet flesh, and is produced in great abundance, even when weather is cooler or conditions are less than ideal. 75 days.
Gypsy- Outstanding yield, good looks and flavor combine with earliness to make this pepper a winner. Wedge-shaped fruit is 3 to 5 inches long, pale yellow at first, maturing to orange-red; very sweet when ripe. Plants have continuous pendant fruiting habit and perform well in both hot and cool regions. 60 days. Italia- Early productive delicious long Italian type. Green to red.
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 and market.
Orange Blaze- Vigorous plants bear gorgeous 2 to 3-lobed peppers that turn bright orange quickly. The fruit is 3 to 4-inches long and 1 1/2-inches wide with a very sweet flavor, providing early harvests of delicious peppers just right for cutting into salads or for use in cooked dishes.
Purple Marconi- Deliciously sweet Italian peppers turn a rich shade of purple when they are fully ripe, adding a beautiful new color choice to Marconi peppers. Expect plentiful harvests of these peppers, which become about 6-in. long with a tapered shape ending in a blunt tip. Traditionally used for frying, Marconis are also wonderful when eaten fresh. Create a beautiful salad with Purple Marconi, either by itself or in combination with the red and golden versions. 90 days.
Jimmy Nardello- A treasured Italian heirloom with almost candy-like sweetness that has been preserved by the Nardello family. Delightful fresh, fried, or roasted and frozen for winter.
Sweet Banana- Profuse harvest of 6 in long peppers that are wonderful fried or cut up for salads. Light green to yellow then red.
Tollis Sweet- Plant produces good yields of 5″ long red sweet peppers. Peppers are very sweet, have thick walls, and turn from green to red when mature. Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. Excellent fresh in salads or added to tomato sauce. A heirloom variety from Italy.
Biscayne– Avg. 6″ x 2 1/4″, cylindrical, lobed-end fruits famous for frying. Unripe color is pale green. Biscayne is the favorite Cubanelle and yields well in the North or South.
Padron- Named after the town where they originated. Harvest Padron peppers when they are 1-1 1/2″ long. About 1 out of 20 fruits will be hot, and the rest mild. All the fruits become hot if allowed to grow 2-3″ long. Padrons are served sautéed in olive oil with a little sea salt, and eaten as tapas (appetizer) in Spain.
Txorixero (cho-dee-share-dow)- A traditional Basque sweet frying pepper. Thin walled, thin skinned. Perfect for Ristras.
Shishito- A favorite old Japanese variety which produces 3-inch long, slightly wrinkled fruit that are perfect for making tempura and other traditional recipes. Fruit is emerald green color, mildly flavored with a just bit of spice; it really is superb.
Sweet Cayenne- Amazingly long sweet cayenne shaped peppers grow 1 foot long and turn red. Incredible for frying.