Here is the Friariello Pepper also know as the Friariello di Nocera pepper or Peperone Friariello, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 5,000 ~ 20,000 SHU. This classic Italian frying pepper originates from Naples Italy mostly in the southern Italian region of Campania. This is the true version which is tri-lobed and not the shorter, pointier Friariello di Napoli. This rare variety is very popular in Europe. The slender fruits grow up to 5 inches long and and go from deep green to red. They have a strong and tasty, sweet flavor. Usually used green, but when ripened to red they can be used for frying or pickling. Plants get to 3 feet tall and are good producers Open pollinated, 65 to 70 days.
Here is the Friariello Pepper also know as the Friariello di Nocera pepper or Peperone Friariello, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 5,000 ~ 20,000 SHU. This classic Italian frying pepper originates from Naples Italy mostly in the southern Italian region of Campania. This is the true version which is tri-lobed and not the shorter, pointier Friariello di Napoli. This rare variety is very popular in Europe. The slender fruits grow up to 5 inches long and and go from deep green to red. They have a strong and tasty, sweet flavor. Usually used green, but when ripened to red they can be used for frying or pickling. Plants get to 3 feet tall and are good producers Open pollinated, 65 to 70 days.
Here is the Friariello Pepper also know as the Friariello di Nocera pepper or Peperone Friariello, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 5,000 ~ 20,000 SHU. This classic Italian frying pepper originates from Naples Italy mostly in the southern Italian region of Campania. This is the true version which is tri-lobed and not the shorter, pointier Friariello di Napoli. This rare variety is very popular in Europe. The slender fruits grow up to 5 inches long and and go from deep green to red. They have a strong and tasty, sweet flavor. Usually used green, but when ripened to red they can be used for frying or pickling. Plants get to 3 feet tall and are good producers Open pollinated, 65 to 70 days.

Friariello Pepper

Capsicum annuum

Here is the Friariello Pepper also know as the Friariello di Nocera pepper or Peperone Friariello, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 5,000 ~ 20,000 SHU. This classic Italian frying pepper originates from Naples Italy mostly in the southern Italian region of Campania. This is the true version which is tri-lobed and not the shorter, pointier Friariello di Napoli. This rare variety is very popular in Europe. The slender fruits grow up to 5 inches long and and go from deep green to red. They have a strong and tasty, sweet flavor. Usually used green, but when ripened to red they can be used for frying or pickling. Plants get to 3 feet tall and are good producers Open pollinated, 65 to 70 days.

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