Sweet, corno-di-toro (“horn of the bull”) type pepper
Fruits grow to 5 – 7 inches long and 1.5 – 3″ wide.
New for 2021
From the collection
80 days from transplant
This corno-di-toro (??horn of the bull??) type of sweet pepper earned high marks from Seed Savers Exchange staff at a 2014 tasting at our Heritage Farm headquarters. Curved, tapered fruit mature from green to red, have thin walls, and taste very sweet (not hot). Erect plants grow 14-28″” tall and have sparse branching, green leaves and stems with light-purple nodes, and white flowers. Mature fruit reach 5-7″” long and 1.5-3″” wide. Introduced in 1987 by Johnny??s Selected Seeds of Albion, Maine, this variety has been shared within the SSE Yearbook Exchange community ever since. 70-80 days from transplant. Sweet. Organic.