70-80 day. An excellent pepper for drying or for fresh eating. It ripens from creamy white to orange to red and has a nice sweetness and a little heat.
Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
Posted by Lora on 29th Dec 2012
These peppers produced well even in drought conditions. Perhaps due to the excessive heat, they were hotter than expected. We ate most of them fresh, even though they are described as being best for drying. Lovely deep orange, dryish, thick flesh. We will be ordering this one again.