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Griller Pepper Seeds

Griller Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 3 ft. Pod size: 7" Origin: Republic of Georgia Species: Annuum SHU: 1,000+
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Description:

A delicious pepper with mild spice that is excellent to use for any type of cooking!  The Griller is delicious and is a versatile pepper that can be used to grill, roast, stuff, or eaten fresh and added into hot sauce. The Griller peppers are Anaheim-type hot peppers that will grow to 7” long, and will mature from green to red when ripe.

Fun Fact: This pepper will perform well in cool growing conditions and performs better than other Anaheim peppers.

Species: Capsicum Annuum 

Heat Level: 1,000-+ SHUs

Type: Mild

Origin: Republic of Georgia

Days to Harvest: 70+ Days

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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J P Rogerson
Great Paprika Peppers

This is the second year I have bought "Griller" Paprika pepper seeds from Joe's. The germination rate is very good. I have yet to put this years seedlings in the garden, but I anticipate a super crop. After I cold smoked them, I dehydrated them and made some terrific Smoked Paprika. You can't go wrong with Pepper Joe's!

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J P Rogerson
Germination is good.

I ordered three packs which yielded 31 seeds. To date, 28 have germinated and with 90%, I am super pleased with that number. I bought this variety to make Paprika. I anticipate a good crop! Thank you Pepper Joe!