Bills Striped is a beautiful long sweet Italian Marconi-type pepper…with Stripes! This is a special selection from Bill Yoder's own varietals and are delicious fresh or fried. 70 days
Pepper Plants A-Z
The Carmen pepper is a beautiful Red colored sweet roasting pepper grows to about 6" long. Great for stuffing, roasting or grilling and perfect in fresh salads, too!
These are a moderately hot Cayenne, rated at 30,000 to 50,000 Scoville units. Great for fresh use and they dry well, too.
A real beauty for all sweet pepper loves out there. Deep orange pepper and they remain orange at maturity. Produces 7-10 inches long thin tapered fruits, highly productive and vigorous. The plant will grow to about 24-36 inches in height and needs staking with plant spacing of about 18-24 inches. These peppers are very sweet, crisp and tasty, delicious fresh or fried. 70 days
Hot and sweet!! Habaneros are only 3-4" long and have a sweet fruity flavor, but they are HOT! 285,000 - 350,000 Scoville units, compared with cayennes 30,000-50,000.
Hot but not too hot, Jalapeno peppers start green and get milder and bright red as they ripen. Perfect for salsa and nachos, easy to grow and productive all summer long.
Anaheim-type hot pepper plants are also known as the Magdalena chile. They have just enough heat for medium salsa at 4500 scoville units.
A hot chili with 5000 Scoville units, the Serrano shines best in hot salsas and chili recipes! Produces lots of peppers.
Shishitos are a mild chile pepper, usually harvested while green. One in every 10 are hot so it's fun to pass a dish of grilled Shishitos around the table! When cooking, pierce the skin to allow steam to escape then enjoy them grilled, pan-fried or roasted. Drizzle with a little Olive Oil and add a dash of Sea Salt for a delicious appetizer.
One of the sweetest of all Pimento peppers and with the thickest flesh as well. The unique pointed heart-shaped fruit ripens to yellow and has intensely juicy texture. Plants are stocky and high yielding, an overall rugged and easy-to-grow pepper! A Bill Yoder selection.