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Weaver's Mennonite Stuffing Pepper (1860s)

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Originally from the Weaver family of Lancaster County Pennsylvania. The small red fruit are only 1 ½" in diameter but the productive plants are literally covered with peppers. This variety is a type of pepper called a tomato pepper. There are many different varieties all having the same squat appearance. These small peppers were traditionally used for pickling or for hors d’oeuvres. A very productive and early pepper that is excellent for short season climates. (60 days from transplant)

25 seeds per packet.

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