Seed for this sweet pepper was first collected from a roadside produce market in the historic mountain town of Antigua, Guatemala. Flavor is very similar to a bell pepper but the sweetness in its red form is what has made this pepper a rising star for home gardeners.

 

Fruits are quite large and the plant itself is very tall so staking or supports may be necessary. Much more productive than a standard bell and quicker to ripen to red, as well. Highly recommended.

LARGE SWEET ANTIGUA

$3.50Price
  • VARIETY CHARACTERISTICS

    SPECIES: C. annuum
    HEAT LEVEL: Sweet
    FRUIT COLOR: Green > Red
    ORIGIN: Antigua, Guatemala
    SCOVILLE HU: 0

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