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If you have grown Wisconsin Lakes in the past, this pepper is a great substitute. 


Heirloom 1934. It is a challenge trying to grow fabulous peppers when you live in the north, with a cool and short season. But when you run back from the garden with the first harvest of a succulent sweet red pepper you will be glad you have chosen this variety! The average size fruit is 6" x 4" with blocky, thick walls producing very well on a medium-size, multi-branching plant. 70 days. 


Not my photo. 

King of the North Pepper

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