ARBOR DEL FARM HAS MANY VARIETIES OF PEPPERS BOTH SWEET AND BELLS, HOTS AND EXTREME HOTS. OVER THIRTY VARIETIES AVAILABLE NOW!

2017 Pepper Plants
 
Yolo Wonder Bell Pepper
Stuffed Red Giant Bell Pepper
Italian Pepperoncini
Anaheim New Mex Chili
Tatli Sus
Ancho Grande
Pasilla Bajia
Pizza pepper
Jalapeno M (hierloom hot Jalapeno)
Large Red Thick Cayenne
Serrano Chili
(MOA) Ministry of Agriculture Jamacian Yellow Scotch Bonnet
Red Scotch Bonnet
Big Jim New Mex Chili
Chinese Giant Bell Pepper
Douglah Extreme Hot Chili
Arbor Del Sol (formerly Copacabana)
Yalva Charleston Turkish Cayenne
Fatali Extreme Hot Chili

 

Red Rocotto Extreme Hot Chili

Tatli Sus

Description

 

There is an endless number of Tatlı (sweet) peppers in Turkey. Similarly, there is an endless number of Süs (ornamental) peppers.  All the süs bibbers are hot if not very hot to eat except this one. This is the only small sized ornamental pepper that is heatless. The sweet pods look very hot and mean (similar to the crazy hot Thai peppers) growing upward turning from dark green to bright red. The plant is not only unique because it is the only sweet ornamental Turkish pepper , but also both green and red pods have exceptionally great rich Annuum flavor with higher levels of salty-like flavor when pods are fully ripe. This special pepper can be used at any stage, when green pods can be eaten raw with every day meals, or pickled for any kind of flavorful heatless spice. When fully ripe, the red pods can still be enjoyed fresh of the bush or used with cooking. If left of the plants, the ripe pods will eventual dry without going bad, this makes it another great choice for those who like to make heatless chili powder. This is another favored character for many of süs bibbers from turkey, they will not rot if let on the plants. The very productive plant grown about 4 feet tall and wide setting delicious pods all summer long. 
Star of Turkey pepper grown at Arbor Del Farm

Description

Türkiye Yıldızı=Star of Turkey

The star on the Turkish flag is no longer a virtual star. This is a real star shaped pepper comes from Turkey. This is the only pepper in the C.Chinense family that looks like real star. Very hot, way hotter than the Brazilian starfish, which is from the C.Baccatum family. This thick walled, firm, crunchy pepper does extremely well in storage and last for weeks before going soft. The pods have strong C.Chinense floral taste followed by slowly building sharp painful heat that lingers around for a long time.