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Orange You Sweet F1 Pepper Seeds

Orange You Sweet F1 Pepper Seeds

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Sweet is the key word in the Orange You Sweet pepper, as this orange pepper delivers in delicious sweetness. This can be an alternative to growing the traditional orange bell pepper because Orange You Sweet will not disappoint. Also known as the Hungarian Cheese pepper, this is a hybrid in its first generation and is improved to grow continuous sets of flat, round sweet peppers. This is an exceptional pepper to use for general gardening, greenhouse, and container growing.

Ripening from dark green to deep orange, it will taste slightly grassy during its green stage, but sugar content will build as they continue to turn bright orange.  The Orange You Sweet pepper plant is early maturing where you can expect to harvest orange sweet peppers within 65-70 days from transplanting. With strong branches from this vigorous plant, peppers will hang like ornaments. The Orange You Sweet peppers will develop smooth skins with thick walls that are perfect for stuffing, pickling, and roasting, or to use for salsas, pasta sauce, and eaten fresh!

Species: Capsicum Annuum  

Heat Level: 0 SHUs

Type: Mild

Origin: America

Days to Harvest: 65+ Days

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+,50+, and 100+ Pepper Seeds

Want to grow more sweet-tasting peppers? Expand your growing list by looking into our list of sweet and bell peppers seeds! We also grow sweet pepper plants for those who want a head start in growing peppers.

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Customer Reviews

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Patricia Mccullough

Can't wait to plant them in the spring!