Very large, long frying peppers, up to 11" × 2 1/2". Tall plants give good yields over a long season, and the fruit is
very sweet and delicious! This pepper was named after Mt. Aconcagua in Argentina.
Early, sweet, white-cream colored bell peppers; dwarf plants. Good for the north. White peppers have been listed in catalogs
since before the turn of the last century.
Bonita (Belle) Hybrid
This hybrid pepper produces an abundance of large, slightly elongated, beautiful green or deep red fruits with thick,
crisp flesh. Mild, sweet flavor. Outstanding for stuffing and in salads.
An excellent green bell pepper. Nice size and very good yield. A popular old-time variety.
A huge bell pepper from the year 1900. Early, 6" × 4 1/2" sweet red fruit have thick flesh. It was the largest bell pepper
in the early part of the last century.
Corno di Toro Giallo
The traditional favorite in Italy, the long 8" tapered, bull-horn shaped golden-yellow peppers are sweet and spicy. They
are great fresh or roasted. Large plants yield well. Among the best peppers you can grow and so delicious.
Corno di Toro Rosso
Same as above but fruits are a deep glowing red. These are wonderful for fresh, roasting, and frying. Great for market
growers and home gardeners alike.
Large, blocky bell peppers have thick sweet flesh. Dark green fruit turn red when ripe. Vigorous plants give heavy yields.
A good variety for the south.
Golden Cal Wonder
Colorful golden bell peppers that are very sweet and tasty. Superb for fresh eating; great for kitchen or market gardens.
Golden Greek Pepperoncini
Considered a hot pepper by some, this is the delicious Greek that is great for pickling. Long, thin fruit turn bright
yellow when ripe. They hold their color and flavor well when pocessed. A wonderful pepper for home or specialty market growers.