Emerald Giant Pepper
80 Days from transplant
An heirloom variety of sweet, juicy and crisp pepper that is a favorite of chefs and gardeners alike. Color ranges from dark green to crimson as they ripen. The mild and sweet fruits grow to about 4 1/2 inches in a block shape with crisp, thick walls and sweet taste. Tall plants are tobacco mosaic virus resistant and produce an abundance of peppers over a very long time. Open-pollinated. Plants grow to about 3 feet.
Often served fresh in salads and salsas, or as a pickled appetizer. A great stuffer!
Fruits all season.
Excellent for those in the South.
Tobacco Mosaic Disease resistance
1. Peppers were grown extensively in Central and South America, Mexico, and the West Indies long before birth of Christ
2. Columbus and other early explorers who introduced peppers to welcoming Europeans
3. Peppers are a major New World contribution to the cuisine of the Old World
4. By the 17th century, peppers were cultivated not only in Europe, but in much of Asia and Africa.
5. Even though peppers are indigenous to the Americas, they were not introduced to North America until they arrived with the early colonists!
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