All Pepper Plants
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Plant-Alma Paprika PepperYPP706
80 days. Grow your own paprika seasoning! Alma is one of the best paprika-type peppers for drying and grinding, but can ...
Plant-Anaheim College PepperYPP686
74 days. If you like a mild to medium sizzle for your palate, try these peppers. Same as the green Anaheim chilies you f...
Plant-Ancho Magnifico PepperYPP678
70 days. Que rico! Your chili rellenos will be the talk of the neighborhood! The largest ancho in our trials, these frui...
85 days. Staggeringly prolific, Thai-style, mini peppers pack a pungent punch of heat! Strong, attractive, well-branched...
70 days. Golden and delicious, these meaty, enormous fruit reach up to 12 inches long on vigorous, upright plants. Young...
Plant-Bulgarian Carrot PepperYPP693
70-80 days. The 18-inch tall plant will produce clusters of peppers that are 3 1/2 inches long, and ripen from green to ...
Plant-Cajun Bell PepperYPP704
61 days. A lovely little pepper, this 2010 AAS Winner shows up early and sets fruit heavily, bearing 2 by 3 inch, 3-4 l...
Plant-California Wonder 300 PepperYPP660
65 days. Each plant produces 4–5 wonderfully sweet bell peppers that are typically 4-lobed, thick-walled and block...
Plant-Créme Brulée PepperYPP684
70 days. With the color of custard and a distinctly sweet, mild flavor, Créme Brulée is a delightful, tasty tr...