Our Favorite Pepper Varieties
The eye-popping thing about homegrown peppers—beyond the sheer volume—is the vast spectrum of heat and flavor they span.
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Named for the son of Italian immigrants, this sweet pepper looks like a long cayenne.
Think beyond red cayenne and try this violet variety with pointed purple pods. It's especially pretty in patio pots.
Displaying a virtual sunset range of color, the elongated sweet hybrid bell is reliable and prolific.