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Feher Ozon Paprika Pepper Seeds

Feher Ozon Paprika Pepper Seeds

14 total reviews

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Feher Ozon Paprika peppers are an amazing heirloom variety with an incredibly sweet-tasting flavor and unique growing pattern. You will definitely want to grow this one in your garden!

The Feher Ozon Paprika pepper plant reaches 2 ft. tall and is a heavy producer as there are a lot more peppers than leaves on this compact plant. These pepper pods will grow to 5 inches long with thick walls. As they grow, they point upward and out through the foliage with slight pointy tails. It is incredibly gorgeous to look at as it ripens from ivory white to orange and finally red.

The sweet, tangy flavor of the Feher Ozon Paprika pepper makes it a gourmet delight for grinding your own Paprika powder. Unlike a Cayenne pepper, this sweeter pepper has thicker flesh, giving you much more powder to create. Just make sure to dry the Feher Ozon pepper thoroughly before making flakes or powder.

  • Species: Capsicum Annuum
  • Heat Level: 0-1,000+ SHUs
  • Type: Mild
  • Flavor: Sweet, Tangy
  • Origin: Hungary
  • Pod Size: 5"
  • Plant Height: 2 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 70+ Days

Love sweet-tasting peppers? Expand your growing list by looking into our list of Sweet Pepper Seeds! We also grow Sweet Pepper Plants for those who want a head start in growing peppers.


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  • Plant size: 2 ft.
  • Pod size: 5"
  • Origin: Hungary
  • Species: Annuum
  • SHU: 0-1,000

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Cassandra Barrett
Best for paprika

Good germination rate. These are the best for sweet paprika.

Marlene Cromis

Fast shipping. Great quality seeds. Products are exactly what I wanted.

Beautiful peppers

I'm very excited to say that I ordered the paprika seeds and have had great luck, both in germination and in production. I was remiss in making a little sign for my garden stating the variety so when white peppers started showing up on these plants in my garden, growing upside down I might add, I was shocked. I finally realized these are the paprika plants I started. There are a tremendous amount of peppers on each plant. I am still waiting for them to turn red, but will dry and make into paprika powder (added to my Alma paprikas) when they do. Thank you for this variety, new to me.