Sweet Peppers, (Capsicum annuum). Native to the Americas, peppers come in thousands of varieties, many unusual flavors, and all shapes and sizes. Heirloom peppers are often more flavorful than the modern-types, and most give huge yields. They are one of the easiest crops to grow, and are not much bothered by pests. All types of peppers are frost-tender, and are usually started indoors several weeks before the last frost date, although they may be direct-seeded in gardens in long-season climates. Set transplants out after warm weather has really settled. Peppers prefer rich and moist soil and full sun, although they will tolerate some shade, and some, especially C. frutescens, actually prefer a break from hot summer sun. Most types can be used green or ripe, and hot types tend to become more pungent when fully ripened in hotter conditions.
Adorable red, gold, and chocolate baby bells are great for snacking or stuffing. Eat fresh by the handful, stuff for festive hors d’oeuvres, or pickle. Large seed cavity is perfect for stuffing. Upright 18-24” plants are excellent for decorative containers; each plant produces a single color of pepper. Upright habit • Flattened 1.5” wide fruits. (Capsicum annuum). Maturity 60 days green/80 days colours.
Early and high yielding with unusual very dark red color. Appreciated for its remarkable earliness, heavy fruit set and tolerance of cool nights. Medium-sized peppers are uniformly long and slightly tapered with long stems. Developed by Professor Elwyn Meader at UNH. Uniform shape. Tolerates cool weather. 3-4" fruits. Maturity 58 days green, 78 days brown.
Reliable set of green to glossy red fruits in short seasons. Improved for a higher percentage of blocky, thick-walled, early ripening peppers each with three to four lobes. Known for its ability to produce good sized peppers in short, cool seasons. Strong plants support heavy yields. Early • Upright habit • 3-4” fruits. (Capsicum annuum). Maturity 57 days green/68 days red.
Large, blocky, thick-walled glossy fruit that turns red quickly under a range of conditions. Upright, everbearing habit keeps fruit high on 24-30" plants. Introduced by Burpee's in 1928 and still a hit today. Strong field resistance to TMV (Tobacco mosaic virus). · 3.5" fruits (Capsicum annuum). Maturity 65 days green/80 days red.
Renee's Jewel Tone Blends Sweet Peppers have colour-coded seeds that enable gardeners to grow three super premium hybrid varieties of luscious bell pepper in one packet! Gold Admiral Golden Bell, red North Star Bell and orange Valencia Orange Bell from one convenient packet. These plump vigorous varieties combine mouth-watering rich flavour and juicy texture with hight yeilds & excellent disease resistance. Maturity 75 days.
STARTING SEEDLINGS: In early spring, start indoors about 2 m..
Renee's EXCLUSIVE – Renee imports this variety from Hungary where it is widely recognized for making top-quality sweet paprika. These early ripening plants produce heavy yields of slender, pointed, 4-inch crimson-red peppers. Once harvested, simply dry them and grind into sweet paprika spice powder that offers wonderful, rich, full-bodied flavor and is an excellent source of vitamin C. You’ll be pleased how easy and rewarding it is to grow your own. Maturity 72 days.