This superb Spanish frying pepper is a wild taste sensation, with every small, cone-shaped pepper being delicious....but be careful, sometimes they're HOT! Hot and mild peppers can co-exist on the same plant. Their deep, rich flavor makes them a wonderful seasoning as well as the star of the tapas platter. Generally they're picked and eaten green, which makes them a good variety for shorter-season areas where red peppers have a hard time ripening. 60 days.
Seeds saved by Wild Rose Farm in Boise, Idaho.