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Corno di Toro Red Pepper Seeds

Corno di Toro Red Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 3-4 ft. Pod size: 8" Origin: Italy Species: Annuum SHU: 0-500
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The Corno di Toro Red Pepper is an Italian heirloom that's popular with our customers and is identical to the Corno di Toro Yellow Pepper! 

This pepper plant grows between 3 to 4 feet tall and produces large, narrow, tapered peppers with a bull-horn curve. These pods grow around 8" long and 2" wide, and ripen from glossy green to a bright red.

The Corno di Toro Pepper is called the Bull’s Horn pepper or Cowhorn pepper because of its bull horn shape and is translated as the “Horn of the Bull.”  But don’t let the pepper scare you, as its sweet and spicy flavor makes this versatile and great for eating raw, stuffed, grilled, or fried!  If you fry them, be sure to fry them in olive oil and sprinkle them with parmesan. You could also let them be ornamental pepper plants with their bright red crop!

  • Species: Capsicum Annuum  
  • Heat Level: 0-500 SHUs
  • TypeSweet to Mild
  • Flavor: Sweet, Spicy 
  • Origin: Italy  
  • Pod Size: 8"
  • Plant Height: 3-4 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 70-85 Days 

For other unique and one-of-a-kind peppers, check out our Rare & Exotic Pepper Seed collection!

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Daniel Kittell
Still young

Had a great experience with this site buying seeds. The plants have spouted and are currently growing. Still too early to bare fruit but I have no doubts they will be anything but delicious

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Jared Monschein

Ask again in another 55 days.