This Italian Sweet frying pepper was originally brought to the United States in 1887 from the village of Ruoti in southern Italy. The bright red fruit grows 8-10 long and tastes delicious chopped into salads or fried with potatoes. The plants are prolific and grow well in any garden. 75 days.
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Great pepper plants. Produced many wonderful tasting peppers., December 22, 2017 By Dave in NC (Charlotte, NC)
I bought 2 of these pepper plants. Arrived in great shape. Very healthy plants - produced wonderful tasting peppers all through the season. Easily our favorite pepper this year. Will grow them again next year.
Great Producer, October 18, 2016 By Jerry
Pick this one by mistake, but was I lucky. Delicious and plentiful.
Jimmy Nardello, October 18, 2016 By Celeniski
My peppers were shipped, the plants intact. They plants continue to bloom and have at least 7 to 10 peppers on each plant already. I received them late May. July 2014 ~San Diego, CA.
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