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Banana Supreme F1 Pepper Seeds

Banana Supreme F1 Pepper Seeds

6 total reviews

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Don’t get this confused with banana peppers! The Banana Supreme F1 pepper's namesake comes from its color and shape which resembles a banana.

These 2 ft. tall pepper plants are compact and grow well in containers. Banana Supreme F1 plants will produce larger fruits at an earlier stage and will grow sweet, tapered yellow peppers. These pods will average 7-8" long and will weigh down your plant when mature, so be prepared to provide support to your plant! Also, they will grow well in a cooler climate, so these will be great for people who live in cold climates.

Since the Banana Supreme F1 does look similar to a banana, this could be fun to grow in your garden and prank your friends and neighbors! These peppers are excellent for pickling, grilling, frying, and roasting, and are great to use for pizzas, sandwiches, salads, and stir-frying.

***This cross is it's in the first generation, pepper pods may vary

  • Species: Capsicum Annuum
  • Heat Level: 0 SHUs
  • Type: Sweet
  • Flavor: Sweet
  • Origin: Unknown
  • Pod Size: 7-8"
  • Plant Height: 2 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 65+ Days

Grow more of our amazingly sweet peppers with our Sweet Pepper Seeds!


  • Heat Level:
  • Plant size: 1.5-2 ft.
  • Pod size: 7-8"
  • Origin: Unknown
  • Species: Annuum
  • SHU: 0

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Michael Boroski
Mine is HOT

The seeds we received from Pepper Joes produced peppers that look like banana supremes but are quite a bit hotter than our cayenne peppers.
I will say it's a happy surprise, they are delicious and I will be saving some of these seeds to grow again!!

ONeill, Donna
Pepper joes order

The Banana Supreme pepper plants are looking great but I won't know for sure until I have peppers on them.

William Pallesen

The seeds will not be going into the soil until next March