Here is the Orange Peter Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. annuum, Scoville units: 25,000 ~ 80,000 SHU. There are 3 known variations of the Peter Pepper, Red Yellow and Orange. This listing is for the orange version. The Orange Peter Peppers origin is unknown although it's commonly grown in East Texas and Louisiana. It is a type of Capsicum annuum, but it is not officially recognized as a cultivar of the species. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. This plant can reach 4 feet tall and really spread out wide. You can Grow it as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated, 85 days.
Here is the Orange Peter Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. annuum, Scoville units: 25,000 ~ 80,000 SHU. There are 3 known variations of the Peter Pepper, Red Yellow and Orange. This listing is for the orange version. The Orange Peter Peppers origin is unknown although it's commonly grown in East Texas and Louisiana. It is a type of Capsicum annuum, but it is not officially recognized as a cultivar of the species. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. This plant can reach 4 feet tall and really spread out wide. You can Grow it as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated, 85 days.
Here is the Orange Peter Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. annuum, Scoville units: 25,000 ~ 80,000 SHU. There are 3 known variations of the Peter Pepper, Red Yellow and Orange. This listing is for the orange version. The Orange Peter Peppers origin is unknown although it's commonly grown in East Texas and Louisiana. It is a type of Capsicum annuum, but it is not officially recognized as a cultivar of the species. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. This plant can reach 4 feet tall and really spread out wide. You can Grow it as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated, 85 days.

Peter Pepper Orange

Capsicum annuum var. annuum

Here is the Orange Peter Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. annuum, Scoville units: 25,000 ~ 80,000 SHU. There are 3 known variations of the Peter Pepper, Red Yellow and Orange. This listing is for the orange version. The Orange Peter Peppers origin is unknown although it's commonly grown in East Texas and Louisiana. It is a type of Capsicum annuum, but it is not officially recognized as a cultivar of the species. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. This plant can reach 4 feet tall and really spread out wide. You can Grow it as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated, 85 days.

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