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PeterPepper

Peter Pepper Seeds

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The Peter Pepper was judged "MOST PORNOGRAPHIC PEPPER" By Organic Gardening Magazine. Gives virility and stamina? As the name implies, this "guy" is shaped very realistically. This heirloom chili is absolutely the novelty of the garden. Everyone in your neighborhood will want to take a peek at your Peter Pepper. Besides being a real conversation piece, let me tell you, this pepper is super tasty. It has a thick fleshy pod that is fairly hot with a unique spicy flavor. The pepper is rumored to be an aphrodisiac in South America. I don't know if that's true, but we all know the many health benefits of eating hot peppers. Loaded with Vitamins A and C, Peter is sure to become a favorite. Very rare!

My Peter Pepper made the News Anchor, Steve Levy, of ABC news in Philadelphia blush. We've gotten a similar response from T-Bone Terry of Alternatives Magazine and Laura Lewis of the Myrtle Beach Sun News. There have been countless other TV and Newspaper folks and Celebrities that have had the same astonished reaction.

EVERYBODY needs to try to grow this Pepper...at least once.

Species:Capsicum Annuum

Heat Level: 10,000-23,000 SHUs 

Type: Medium

Origin: USA

Days to Harvest: 80+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

Looking for live plants instead?  BUY PETER PEPPER PLANTS HERE!

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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Eric Hendricks
My Peter peppers

This is the best place to buy your peppers for real I have nothing to do with this company I'm just telling it like it is this is the best place to buy your seeds and not all Peppers going to be shaped like that but that's just the way things happen it could have something to do with the temperature I don't know but I've tried different places and pepper Joe is the best seriously

C
Clay
100% germination

It's only been a few weeks since I ordered these. So far so good. I have not had any peppers yet and might still be a little early for them but all the seeds germinated pretty fast. I'm looking forward to see how they grow and their shapes. I only bought these to for fun and to annoy my husband as he gets embarrassed easily..haha

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Kate
Frequent flier

My 2nd time with these :) Very pleased. 100% germination. Had so much fun irritating the ex the first time around I had to do it again. But this time, I need to find a way to keep the neighbour kids from stealing them n taking them to school.

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Nicole (Spencer) Feagan
Lots of Laughs in Northeast Oklahoma! 🤣

Yes! Definitely do look like male genitals, I took them to work, everyone immediately recognized they resemble a peter & bust out laughing. I live in NE Oklahoma, growing zone 6b, I bought the red variety a few years ago, followed the instructions included with them, had excellent germination rate, every single seed sprouted. Were gorgeous! Around 2 ‘ tall, full & bushy plants, continuously had lots of peppers all summer. Most peppers were 3-5” long, and 1 to 1 1/2“ diameter, (I did have some peppers get larger than that,) grew them in large pots outside getting full sun from noon to dusk in pots at least 17” diameter, with tomato cages for support, (they needed them due to heavy loads of peppers on them,) Out of curiosity of whether I could keep them alive, (and my love for these plants,) at the end of the growing season prior to first frost, I brought 2 or 3 of them inside the house, put them next to sliding glass door for full sun from noon to dusk. I was unbelievably able to keep these beauties alive all winter, put them back outside when our next growing season began, when temps were warm enough, after all danger of frost. Was able to grow them the entire 2nd summer, stems were hard/sturdy like young tree stems, trunks began to resemble a tree trunk.
Unfortunately I did not bring them inside the house in time before the next first frost 😢 had alot of fun growing these. I’m going to buy more seed this year, I might try the variety pack! Thanks so much Pepper Joe! 🌶🌶

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UpstateSC
Fun pepper to grow

1st time growing these peppers....I'll admit it, I'm growing this particular variety just to get a kick out of it, and for the look on people's faces when they see one.
I started my seeds in mid-January under a grow light, so it took a while for the plant to establish itself. Eventually it took off and now it is full of peppers. Fruits mature to a nice red color (red variety) and is about -dare I talk about size- 3 inches long. I tasted one the other day and I can attest that it has a nice flavor (that's what she...) with a decent bite but nothing overly strong. I'm probably going to make some hot sauce with them and give them to family and friends.... oh the look on their face when I give them Peter pepper...hot sauce. ;-)

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews Write a review

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
77%
(10)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
8%
(1)
15%
(2)
E
Eric Hendricks
My Peter peppers

This is the best place to buy your peppers for real I have nothing to do with this company I'm just telling it like it is this is the best place to buy your seeds and not all Peppers going to be shaped like that but that's just the way things happen it could have something to do with the temperature I don't know but I've tried different places and pepper Joe is the best seriously

C
Clay
100% germination

It's only been a few weeks since I ordered these. So far so good. I have not had any peppers yet and might still be a little early for them but all the seeds germinated pretty fast. I'm looking forward to see how they grow and their shapes. I only bought these to for fun and to annoy my husband as he gets embarrassed easily..haha

K
Kate
Frequent flier

My 2nd time with these :) Very pleased. 100% germination. Had so much fun irritating the ex the first time around I had to do it again. But this time, I need to find a way to keep the neighbour kids from stealing them n taking them to school.

N
Nicole (Spencer) Feagan
Lots of Laughs in Northeast Oklahoma! 🤣

Yes! Definitely do look like male genitals, I took them to work, everyone immediately recognized they resemble a peter & bust out laughing. I live in NE Oklahoma, growing zone 6b, I bought the red variety a few years ago, followed the instructions included with them, had excellent germination rate, every single seed sprouted. Were gorgeous! Around 2 ‘ tall, full & bushy plants, continuously had lots of peppers all summer. Most peppers were 3-5” long, and 1 to 1 1/2“ diameter, (I did have some peppers get larger than that,) grew them in large pots outside getting full sun from noon to dusk in pots at least 17” diameter, with tomato cages for support, (they needed them due to heavy loads of peppers on them,) Out of curiosity of whether I could keep them alive, (and my love for these plants,) at the end of the growing season prior to first frost, I brought 2 or 3 of them inside the house, put them next to sliding glass door for full sun from noon to dusk. I was unbelievably able to keep these beauties alive all winter, put them back outside when our next growing season began, when temps were warm enough, after all danger of frost. Was able to grow them the entire 2nd summer, stems were hard/sturdy like young tree stems, trunks began to resemble a tree trunk.
Unfortunately I did not bring them inside the house in time before the next first frost 😢 had alot of fun growing these. I’m going to buy more seed this year, I might try the variety pack! Thanks so much Pepper Joe! 🌶🌶

U
UpstateSC
Fun pepper to grow

1st time growing these peppers....I'll admit it, I'm growing this particular variety just to get a kick out of it, and for the look on people's faces when they see one.
I started my seeds in mid-January under a grow light, so it took a while for the plant to establish itself. Eventually it took off and now it is full of peppers. Fruits mature to a nice red color (red variety) and is about -dare I talk about size- 3 inches long. I tasted one the other day and I can attest that it has a nice flavor (that's what she...) with a decent bite but nothing overly strong. I'm probably going to make some hot sauce with them and give them to family and friends.... oh the look on their face when I give them Peter pepper...hot sauce. ;-)