Originally from Ohio, this standard-looking bell pepper ripens from green to red, but it is unusual in having a slightly matte finish to its skin. For people who do not like the usually tough skin of bell peppers this may be more palatable. Seed guardians have described the pepper as “very fleshy, very rich flavour, excellent roasted in oil, and very prolific”. It may require staking to support the fruit.
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