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Chef's Italian Sweet Pepper 3-Pack: Cubanelle, Corno di Toro-Giallo, and Jimmy Nardello Seeds - 15% Off
The Chef's Italian Pepper 3-pack collection has fantastic heirloom peppers traditionally found in Italian cuisine. Perfect for chefs and gourmet gardeners that want that authentic sweet pepper flavor and just might prefer these non-bell peppers because of their excellent flavor. Cubanelle has a bright green color that adds a pretty look for frying and cooking. The Corno di Tor - Giallo giant yellow sweet peppers have a bright fresh flavor and thin skin that makes them great for stuffing. Jimmy Nardello has been grown and cherished as a frying pepper for generations. Choose this 3-pack for a gourmet Italian sweet pepper garden.
This 3 Pack includes one packet each of the following:
Cubanelle - Bright green 4" thin-walled peppers with a rich flavor. Matures in 75 days after transplanting and plants are 30" tall. Heat Level: Sweet Scoville: 0
Corno di Toro - Giallo - Large 8” long peppers have thick walls and a crisp full-bodied sweet yellow pepper flavor. Matures in 75 days on tall 30” plants. Heat Level: Sweet Scoville: 0-500
Jimmy Nardello - Long 8-10” slender peppers have a sweet and fruity flavor. They grow on 24" plants and mature in 80 days. Heat Level: Sweet Scoville: 0
Click the links on each pepper name to see additional information.
Start your peppers early indoors so they develop good root systems before transplanting outdoors into warm garden soil.
Choose add to cart as a 3 Pack because purchasing these individually will not generate 15% off in your cart.
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