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Plants Matching capsicum annuum

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Pepper)

The long, broad cultivation history of the pepper best explains why its fruits come in a myriad of forms tastes and colors, whether they are big or small, hot or sweet, red or yellow.

Native to tropical America, these annuals have been grown and selected by Native Americans since pre-history times. In fact, their specific region of origin is still unknown due to distribution by man. Peppers became available to Europeans when the new and old worlds connected. Since then, many unique selections...

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Syngenta

(Admiral Pepper, Bell Pepper)

A markedly disease-resistant F1 hybrid, ‘Admiral’ bears big, blocky, sweet bell pepper fruits that ripen to yellow about 84 days after planting. Plants produce high yields of the blocky, thick walled sweet peppers.

Native to tropical America, bell peppers are annuals or short-lived perennials that were grown and selected for millenia by Native Americans. Their specific region of origin is still unknown due to distribution by man. Peppers became available to Europeans when the New and Old worlds...

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James H. Schutte

(Aji Colorado Chile, Hot Pepper)

A baccatum-type chili pepper, 'Aji Colorado' produces quantities of slender, red, fiery-hot fruits on large bushy plants. It derives from Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum, a short-lived perennial that has long been cultivated in uplands of western South America.

The flat-topped, waist-high plants bear thin, oval, medium-green leaves on stiff, spreading stems. Star-shaped, creamy-white flowers with green centers appear in warm weather, followed by pendent, narrowly conical, glossy...

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James H. Schutte

(Alliance Pepper, Bell Pepper)

A disease-resistant F1 hybrid, ‘Alliance’ bears big, blocky, sweet bell pepper fruits that ripen to deep red about 74 days after planting. Plants produce high yields of the blocky, thick walled sweet peppers. Diseases it’s resistant to include Pepper Mottle Virus and phytophthora blight.

Native to tropical America, bell peppers are annuals or short-lived perennials that were grown and selected for millenia by Native Americans. Their specific region of origin is still unknown due to distribution...

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James H. Schutte

(Anaheim Chile, Hot Pepper)

A group of open-pollinated chilis distinguished by their large size and mild flavor, 'Anaheim' peppers originated around 1900 in Anaheim, California, from seeds of New Mexican origin. Anaheim peppers are among the best known members of the Longum group, which encompasses poblanos, serranos, jalapenos, cayenne peppers and various other chilis. These annual vegetables descend from varieties that were grown and selected by Native Americans for thousands of years.

The bushy, knee-high plants...

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James H. Schutte

(Ancho Chile, Hot Pepper)

The long, colorful, generally hot fruits of the chili pepper are invaluable in cuisines across the globe and attractive enough for plants to be used as ornamentals. Members of the Longum group encompass many popular peppers such as poblanos, serranos, jalapenos, cayenne peppers and various other chilis.

Originating from the tropical Americas, these annuals have been grown and selected by Native Americans since pre-history times. In fact, their specific region of origin is still unknown...

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Syngenta

(Aruba Pepper, Bell Pepper)

The super long, sweet peppers of ‘Aruba’ ripen from bright green to bright red and are produced around 65 days after planting. Plants produce high yields of the thick walled sweet peppers. Their crisp texture and excellent flavor make them ideal for fresh eating.

Native to tropical America, bell peppers are annuals or short-lived perennials that were grown and selected for millenia by Native Americans. Their specific region of origin is still unknown due to distribution by man. Peppers became...

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Jesse Saylor

(Aurora Pepper, Ornamental Pepper)

The ornamental pepper 'Aurora' produces many small, conical fruits that turn from green, to lavender, orange and then red as they mature. Although its fiery-hot fruits are edible, this cultivar was developed for ornamental use. Plants take 85 days to produce fruit after planting from seedlings.

First cultivated and selected by Native Americans thousands of years ago, peppers are bushy, brittle-stemmed annual vegetables with thin oval leaves and small five-petaled flowers. The pale purple blooms...

(Bell Boy Pepper, Bell Pepper)

A 1967 All-America Selection Winner, ‘Bell Boy’ is a classic bell pepper variety that’s stood the test of time. It’s quite disease-resistant and bears big blocky sweet bell pepper fruits that ripen from green to medium red. Peppers are produced around 70 days after planting. The plants are compact and high-yielding.

Native to tropical America, bell peppers are annuals or short-lived perennials that were grown and selected for millenia by Native Americans. Their specific region of origin is still...

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Felder Rushing

(Bell Pepper, Sweet Pepper)

So what makes this bell pepper better? Earlier fruiting, virus resistance and high fruit output for starters. In the warm season this popular hybrid will offer many large, sweet peppers that can be harvested green or red.

This pepper forms a large bushy plant with rigid, brittle stems and thin, broad, dark green leaves. Its flowers are inconspicuous, five-petaled and white. They are followed by large, hollow, blocky, thick fleshed-fruits that are very sweet and perfect for cooking or eating...