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 Sweet Green Pepper  'California Wonder'   

The standard bell pepper for many decades, this 1928 introduction is still the largest open-pollinated, heirloom bell you can grow, and a big improvement over the earlier bells. Consistently produces 3" x 4", 4-lobed fruit.

Ready to Harvest from Transplanting: 75 Days

 Sweet Green Pepper  'New Ace'     

New Ace has been a standard early variety for many years. It’s one of the very earliest to mature and has been a consistent producer of good yields, even when others have not set fruit because of hot weather. Its 3-4 lobed fruit have medium thick walls and are sweet and tender.

Ready to Harvest from Transplanting: 65 Days

 Sweet Yellow Pepper  'Golden Summer'          

A sunny change from green and red sweet bells, Golden Summer offers deliciously sweet, succulent fruit nearly a week sooner than most of the big bells! The fruit emerges lime-green, then mellows to a rich golden-orange. Yields are particularly heavy, thanks to great foliage cover that protects the fruit from sunscald.

Ready to Harvest from Transplanting: 65 Days

Tender-Sweet Golden Bells Never Burn in the Sun!

 Hot Pepper  'Hungarian Wax'            

An early and prolific yellow pepper, it is spicy without being too hot. Its fruit is conical 1 to 2 inches wide and 5 to 8 inches long. It can be used fresh, dried or cooked in a wide range of recipes. Reliable in areas with cooler summers..

First Ready to Harvest from Transplanting: 70-75 Days

 Hot Pepper  'Jalapeno'            

Jalapenos have to be the most-recognized chile pepper around.  You probably see them at the grocery store, and you’ve likely downed your share of them.  But what about growing them in the garden? You may not know this, but there are a multitude of jalapeno varieties.  They all have the same basic pepper shape, but would you believe they come in different colors?  Not to mention different sizes and Scoville units (“heat” to the uninitiated). This is the “regular” jalapeno, which is around 4,700 Scoville Units.

Ready to Harvest from Transplanting: 90 Days

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