Sweet Pickle Pepper Seeds
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Sweet Pickle Pepper Seeds

Just 2 inches long and packed with sweet flavor, they're super for salads, garnishes, and pickling


Item # 05648-PK-P1
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$3.95
Quantity
Genus Capsicum
Variety Sweet Pickle
Item Form (P) Pkt of 25 seeds
Days to Maturity 65
Fruit Color Multi-Color
Seeds Per Pack 25
Plant Height 12 in - 15 in
Fruit Length 2 in
Additional Characteristics Edible
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Moist,  well-drained
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Outdoor

Review Summary
(Based on 5 Reviews)

5 star rating
Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0

Reviews

4 star rating
Great Little Pepper
Chris from WI wrote on March 25, 2018

I have grew this Pepper every year its a nice short little bushy plant with lots of colorful little peppers on it. I use them in salads, pickling, and stir fry. It would be a great container plant also.

5 star rating
Love these....
Diane A. from PA wrote on March 24, 2017

They are lovely in the garden, prolific, and tasty. Will probably continue growing them every year. Taste is sweet and crisp, no heat.

5 star rating
Prettiest Pepper plant in the garden!
JJonesy from PA wrote on December 15, 2016

Great pepper, loaded with multi-color peppers that were sweet and delicious - used them in cooking and salads as well. Will grow this every year and will probably expand their use on the patio in pots. Really spectacular.

5 star rating
Easy, Gorgeous Pepper
Karen from NC wrote on June 22, 2012

Seed germination was great and the plants took off once placed in the garden. My Sweet Pickle Peppers are planted in containers and they seem to love it. They (so far this season) don't seem troubled by borers or other pests which makes me love them even more. It's a nice, heavy-walled, even-tempered pepper worth growing.

5 star rating
Ornamental Peppers
Calvin from FL wrote on March 02, 2012

These peppers are very easy to grow and so attractive. I used some of them for raffle prizes at a dinner party. One woman asked if she could have a pepper plant instead of a potted palm. I put a card in with them to let the winners know that the peppers are edible, not hot, and have a flavor like a bell pepper.