Here is the Greek Pepperoncini Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 100 ~ 600 SHU. This variety originates from Greece but often sold and grown throughout Italy. Do not confuse this with the golden Greek Pepperoncini or Italian varieties as they are different cultivars. They are mostly used for pickling but if left to fully ripen they will turn red and develop a nice rich sweet flavor and may sometimes be mildly hot with about 500 SHU at best. Plants can be highly productive getting to around 3 feet tall and producing dozens of pods per plant! Great for pickling and drying or eating fresh! Open pollinated, 70 days from transplant.
Here is the Greek Pepperoncini Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 100 ~ 600 SHU. This variety originates from Greece but often sold and grown throughout Italy. Do not confuse this with the golden Greek Pepperoncini or Italian varieties as they are different cultivars. They are mostly used for pickling but if left to fully ripen they will turn red and develop a nice rich sweet flavor and may sometimes be mildly hot with about 500 SHU at best. Plants can be highly productive getting to around 3 feet tall and producing dozens of pods per plant! Great for pickling and drying or eating fresh! Open pollinated, 70 days from transplant.
Here is the Greek Pepperoncini Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 100 ~ 600 SHU. This variety originates from Greece but often sold and grown throughout Italy. Do not confuse this with the golden Greek Pepperoncini or Italian varieties as they are different cultivars. They are mostly used for pickling but if left to fully ripen they will turn red and develop a nice rich sweet flavor and may sometimes be mildly hot with about 500 SHU at best. Plants can be highly productive getting to around 3 feet tall and producing dozens of pods per plant! Great for pickling and drying or eating fresh! Open pollinated, 70 days from transplant.
Here is the Greek Pepperoncini Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 100 ~ 600 SHU. This variety originates from Greece but often sold and grown throughout Italy. Do not confuse this with the golden Greek Pepperoncini or Italian varieties as they are different cultivars. They are mostly used for pickling but if left to fully ripen they will turn red and develop a nice rich sweet flavor and may sometimes be mildly hot with about 500 SHU at best. Plants can be highly productive getting to around 3 feet tall and producing dozens of pods per plant! Great for pickling and drying or eating fresh! Open pollinated, 70 days from transplant.

Greek Pepperoncini Pepper

Capsicum annuum

Here is the Greek Pepperoncini Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 100 ~ 600 SHU. This variety originates from Greece but often sold and grown throughout Italy. Do not confuse this with the golden Greek Pepperoncini or Italian varieties as they are different cultivars. They are mostly used for pickling but if left to fully ripen they will turn red and develop a nice rich sweet flavor and may sometimes be mildly hot with about 500 SHU at best. Plants can be highly productive getting to around 3 feet tall and producing dozens of pods per plant! Great for pickling and drying or eating fresh! Open pollinated, 70 days from transplant.

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