Great for fresh eating or drying
Thin red fruits grow to 12 inches
85 days from transplant
Heavy yields of finger-width, thin-walled red peppers are great for fresh eating or drying and grow up to 12″ long. Originally from Calabria, Italy, this variety circulated through the Italian-Canadian seed saving community in Toronto before being sent to Joe Sestito in Troy, New York. It was introduced to Seed Savers Exchange in 1996 by longtime member Dr. Carolyn Male. 85 days from transplant. Hot.