OrangePeterPepper

Orange Peter Pepper Seeds

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And yet another variation of the Peter Pepper and a really cool, unique pepper. The Orange Peter (Willy Pepper) is sweeter but still tangy. Not only is the Orange Peter Pepper a real conversation starter, but it will 'light up' your garden with this unusual bright color…and shape. You just can't beat the Orange Willy Pepper! The pepper’s heat is 5,000 – 30,000 SHUs so be prepared for some surprising medium heat. The Orange Peter Pepper plant will grow to 4 feet tall and can spread out really well.

Species:Capsicum Annuum

Heat Level: 5,000-30,000+ SHUs 

Type: Mild/Medium

Origin: Unknown 

Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

Orange is not your color? We have the Red Peter Pepper and Yellow Peter Pepper! Or, you can grow all three colors of the Peter Pepper Rainbow Seeds Collection.

Love exotic peppers? Find the perfect exotic and novelty peppers for you.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Darrell Richard
Very strong plant from the start.

Nice growth, lots of flowers, nice fruit beginning to mature.

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Donald Zak
1 smashed seed

1 seed out of the 12 was crushed but the others looked ok just have to see if they all germinate and sprout

R
Rob Westergard
Large plant

I just noticed today that I just took off one pepper and it has 100's of flowers. Cannot wait until I get more to freeze.

C
Colleen Hughes
Peter peppers

I only have 3 planted that sprouted, and they are about 3 inches tall and healthy.

M
Melanie Krautstrunk

Only 2 of these seeds germinated and the plants were very late producers, and did not bear much fruit. The peppers that I did get tasted great and are good to cook wiht and mix with hotter peppers for hot sauce

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
9%
(1)
18%
(2)
9%
(1)
9%
(1)
55%
(6)
D
Darrell Richard
Very strong plant from the start.

Nice growth, lots of flowers, nice fruit beginning to mature.

D
Donald Zak
1 smashed seed

1 seed out of the 12 was crushed but the others looked ok just have to see if they all germinate and sprout

R
Rob Westergard
Large plant

I just noticed today that I just took off one pepper and it has 100's of flowers. Cannot wait until I get more to freeze.

C
Colleen Hughes
Peter peppers

I only have 3 planted that sprouted, and they are about 3 inches tall and healthy.

M
Melanie Krautstrunk

Only 2 of these seeds germinated and the plants were very late producers, and did not bear much fruit. The peppers that I did get tasted great and are good to cook wiht and mix with hotter peppers for hot sauce