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Organic Lipstick Sweet Pepper



 
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Dependable, sweet, early, and high-yielding even in cool summers.

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Capsicum annuum

Organic Lipstick Sweet Pepper Grown by Fruition Seeds in Naples, NY Gorgeous, glossy fruits have thick, juicy flesh with outstanding flavor, averaging 3" wide and 6" long as they taper to a blunt point. We select Lipstick for dependable, early and flavorful abundance! Petra first grew Lipstick at Mandala Farm on the coast of Maine and has been impressed ever since with the adaptability, consistency and extraordinary quality of this variety. Whether in salad, salsa, sauteed or roasted, in jars or in the freezer, Lipstick feeds us throughout the year and we are grateful to share our seed with you!

73 days to red maturity



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November 15, 2017
Reviewer: Anne Cavanaugh from Petersham, MA United States  
Very tasty and bountiful.  Our nightshades went through some weather stress but bounced back from the cold to give us a lovely harvest.

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Lipstick sweet pepper January 8, 2017
Reviewer: nick koutrelakos from sykesville, MD United States  
Kept producing into October.

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love September 12, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Bristol, NY  
Full germination, fast grower, sturdy and beautiful plants.

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My new favorite sweet pepper December 27, 2015
Reviewer: MJ Auch from Ontario, NY  
Great germination and fast growing sturdy plants which produced at least a dozen uniformly shaped bright red peppers. They were delicious both on the grill and sautéed. I've grown Jimmy Nardello for years, but the stockier shape of the Lipstick peppers make them more versatile. This is probably the only sweet pepper I will grow from now on.

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