Some of the most popular mild peppers, bell peppers have no heat and a blocky shape that is excellent for stuffing.
58 days. This red bell pepper was grown by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello. Great flavor, on productive sturdy plants. Under certain growing conditions, the ribs can become hot. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
70 days. A wonderful bell pepper, thick-walled and blocky. It has an excellent flavor, and is a great choice for a green bell pepper, or allow it to ripen to red for a delicious red bell pepper. It's an excellent pepper for stuffing, or...
60-85 days. This unique heirloom ripes to chocolate brown, with thick sweet flesh. It is a fairly fast pepper, good for northern growers. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
60-85 days. This unique heirloom ripens to chocolate brown, with thick sweet flesh. It is a fairly fast pepper, good for northern growers.
Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
62-73 days. A favorite since the 1920's, this golden yellow version of the red California Wonder pepper is a great choice for those who love yellow peppers. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
70 day. Known for it's great size and delicious flavor, Jupiter is typically grown as a green bell pepper which ripens red. It produces uniform, medium sized fruit.
Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
70 day. Developed in Wisconsin for northern growers, King of the North is a good choice if you have a short growing season. Medium sized, uniform bell peppers ripen to red. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
60 day. Lots of tiny beautifully colored bell peppers grow on medium sized plants. It produces peppers earlier than other pepper varieties, which makes it a good choice if you have a short growing season or just want peppers earlier in the...
90 day. A later variety, it produces pretty orange bell peppers. They are both sweet and delicious. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
70-75 days. Beautiful dark purple, almost black, peppers grow on sturdy and compact plants. Good yields of sweet, thick-walled peppers make this an excellent pepper. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
70-80 day. An Italian heirloom yellow bell pepper. It is incredibly sweet, crisp, and tender when ripe. Absolutely delicious. A red version of this pepper is called Quadrato Rosso D'Asti. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
80-85 day. A large, very sweet, red bell pepper from Italy. The same variety as Giallo d'Asti, only red. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
For the bell pepper enthusiast, this collection has it all. California Woner is the only pepper intended to be picked green, though any can be eaten green if you pick them before they turn color. If you let them mature, you'll have a rainbow...
90 days. These long season peppers grow large under normal conditions, but they will grow to a huge 6 inches long if you thin the fruit. One of the biggest sweet peppers available. Mild, sweet flesh, from a pepper that matures to bright...
78 days. A medium sized, blunt nosed, deep chocolate brown pepper that is early and reliable. It is tolerant to cool nights and has red flesh under the brown skin. Originally developed by E.M. Meader, the father of many of our favorite heirlooms, it was...