Net Wt. 400mg (Approx. 35 to 40 seeds)
An old world open pollinated, heirloom from Hungary that was first brought to the US in 1932. The dependable and productive, early, spicy, northern pickling variety is a cold tolerant chili pepper. The short, stocky, 16 to 20 inch plants produce 4 to 6 inch, medium hot, yellow fruits that change to red and become hotter as they mature. Most fruits are harvested before they are mature and still yellow. This variety is the most cold tolerant hot pepper. It can be grown in a greenhouse without supplemental night heat and in warm interior areas of Alaska can be grown outdoors with a soil warming technique like raised beds, mounding or grown through a sheet plastic ground cover.