Grow your own peppers this summer to enjoy in salads, on the grill or straight off the plant-crisp and raw and sweet! All seedlings are grown organically from non-GMO seed right here at Daisy Hill Farm in Acton MA. When choosing the size of your pepper plant, remember that the larger the pot/container, the larger the plant.
**We are currently out of stock on many peppers, check back in May, or inquire by email to see if we may have an extra plant or two....
The Sweet Carmen Pepper is a long, bright red pepper when ripe. Excellent for roasting or fresh eating. Will produce peppers until the frost hits.
Golden yellow pepper. Great sweet taste when raw and makes an excellent frying pepper. Tapered at end and in the Corno di Toro class of peppers.
King of the North (heirloom)
Good producer, can use as either green or red (when ripe), does well even in cooler summers.
Lunchbox Peppers are mature when they are 2-3 inches in length. They are amazingly sweet and quite prolific. It is not always easy to get peppers to ripen in New England during our short growing season, but these little treats do the trick!
Blocky orange bell pepper, ripens in September most years. Wonderful sweet-fruity orange pepper flavor.