Jimmy Nardello Sweet Red Chile Pepper
80-90 Days From Transplant  
This fine Italian pepper was brought to America by Giuseppe Nardiello in 1887 from southern Italy.  It was named after their 4th son "Jimmy."  A long, thin-skinned frying pepper that dries easily  with a rich, sweet flavor.  This prolific pepper grows most anywhere up to 10" long and ripens to a deep red on short plants that grow to about 24." Delicious cooked with a little olive oil, grilled, sauteed, diced on salads and even makes a good pickled pepper as well as used in salsas. A true all purpose pepper! 
 Pickled, dryed, fresh and frozen

Jimmy Nardello Sweet Chile Pepper Seeds Non GMO Beautiful Green to Red


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