The Beaver Dam pepper is one of the bigger hot peppers, growing to about six inches long and three inches wide! This pepper was brought to the Wisconsin community in 1912 by a Hungarian immigrant named Joe Hussli, and it is a Wisconsin favorite. The Hungarian heirloom pepper is sweet and tangy, tasting like sweet paprika, with slow-building heat that stays on your tongue. The Beaver Dam is horn shaped with a pointy tip, and ripens from bright green to shades of orange and red. This is a very versatile, crunchy pepper providing medium heat that you can add to sandwiches, salsas, and more!
Species: Capsicum Annuum
Heat Level: 500-1,000 Scoville heat units
Type: Mild Spice
Origin: Wisconsin, USA
Days to Harvest: 80+ Days
# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds
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