Sweet peppers are the most popular type of pepper in home gardens. Sweet peppers come in a variety of shapes in sizes but the Bell pepper is most common. Sweet pepper plants produce high yields of sweet, crispy, colorful fruits throughout the growing season. Great for salads, stuffing, grilling or including fresh with meals.
The California Wonder Pepper is a popular standard bell pepper that is widely adapted contains high amounts of vitamin A and C.
The Bullnose Pepper is an early American pepper variety that was grown by Thomas Jefferson in the mid-to-late 1800s and is gaining popularity again.
The sweet early maturing Chocolate Bell Pepper turns dark brown on the outside and a deep red on the inside when fully ripened.
The Cubanelle Pepper's slightly irregular and roughened, medium-thick waxy flesh matures from yellow-green to red, and it has a crispy distinct flavor.
The Emerald Giant Pepper's sweet, juicy taste and crisp texture is a favorite among chefs and home growers for its heavy yields!
The Karma Pepper is by far the #1 pepper in North America for its high yield, big size, beautiful color and delicious taste!
The high yielding, disease resistant Merlot Pepper begins off green, turns white, and finally begins to turn merlot purple when mature.
The Pimento Pepper is a great zesty and crispy snacking pepper that goes excellent with cheese, specifically Pimento cheese!
The Sweet Pickle Pepper is a beautiful looking pepper that grows in a variety of colors is just like its name suggests, great for pickling!
The White Bell Pepper is a translucent white to pale yellow colored bell pepper with a crisp, sweet flavor that is a great addition to any salad or meal.