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Pepper Varieties

Name To Maturity Notes
Anaheim 77 days medium
hot, 7″ long, 2″ wide, dark green turning
red, medium thick flesh,
most prefer picking green
Bell 80 days 4
1/2″ long, 3 1/2″ wide, thick walled, green
turning red.
Four lobed, sweet fruit, most prefer picking green
Cayenne 72 days 5″ long,
1/2″ wide, curls and twists
Chilano 75 days Very
hot, 4″ long, 1/2″ -1″ wide. Originated
in Basque country, “Basque Chili”
Floral
Gem
72 days Hot,
3 1/2″ long, 1 1/2″ wide tapering to a point.
Preferred picking is green turning yellow, will turn red when very
ripe
Fresno
Chili
75 days Very
hot, 3″ long, 1 1/2″ wide, bright green fruit
upright on branches.
Medium thick tapering at the end
Habanero 95 days The
hottest. 1 1/2″ long, 1″ wide. Light green
wrinkled fruit
Hungarian
Wax
70 days Medium
to hot, 6″-8″ long, 2″ wide. Yellow,
waxy skinned fruit.
Italian
Long
(Cubanella)
63 days 6″ long,
2 1/2″ wide, light green color, thick walled fruit,
sweet.
Jalapeno 72 days Very
hot, 3″ long, 1 1/2″ wide, dark, thick walled
fruit, tapers to blunt end.
Prolific producer, picking green is preferred
Pimento 75 days Smooth
hearth-shaped fruit
Serrano 75 days Very
hot, small finger-shaped dark green fruit
Sweet
Banana
72 days 5
1/2″ long, thin-walled and pointed. Yellow green
turning to bright red.
Preferred picking is yellow to red
Note:
All peppers, yellow or green will turn red eventually