Parks Whopper Pepper Combination

Park's Whopper Pepper Combination

Sweet, spicy, and delicious!

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Pepper lovers, rejoice! We have selected 3 of our bestselling Park Signature Whopper varieties for an collection that will keep your garden full and your taste buds tingling.From sweet to mild to spicy varieties, this collection has it all -- not to mention great "plate appeal" from the bright colors and interesting shapes. These peppers are each uniquely flavored for a terrific range of tastes.

A customer favorite for many years, Park's Whopper Bell Peppers returns with better disease resistance, higher yields, and even more delicious fruit.Fully 4 inches across and 4 inches long, this giant main season bell is unsurpassed for appearance as well as taste. Inevitably drawing astonished stares in our trial gardens, the fruits have very thick walls and a sweet, juicy, crisp, and tender flavor perfect for raw or cooked eating.

Meet the newest Whopper -- a highly productive, easy to grow, absolutely delicious jalapeno that stands up to just about any disease Mother Nature can throw its way. If you like hot peppers, or if you just want a great natural pest repellent in the garden, Park's Whopper Jalapeno is the one to grow.This is the pungent little dark green pepper found in rings atop nachos and chopped in Mexican sauces. Very popular fresh, canned, or pickled, it livens up any dish.

For best results, start seeds indoors in late winter in the Bio Dome or seed flats. When the soil has warmed and the seedlings have at least 2 sets of true leaves, they are ready to transplant into the sunny vegetable garden.

Pepper plants are useful not only in the vegetable garden but throughout your beds and borders. Strongly fragrant, they discourage many pests from venturing into the garden to nibble foliage. Try surrounding your favorite flowering plant with peppers and see what a difference it makes to the success of the plant.

Review Summary
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Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Pamela Simone from KY wrote on March 01, 2020

Best bell peppers ever