The Fish Pepper is an African-American heirloom widely grown around the east coast in the 19th century. Fish Pepper plants have beautiful green and white variegated foliage with pendant fruits that are 2-3 inches long. When the fruits ripen, they change in color from cream with green stripes to orange with brown stripes, and then eventually to an all-red eating pepper. Traditionally, the fish pepper was used in oyster and crab houses around the Chesapeake Bay. Rated as 3 on a heat scale of 1-5, the Fish Pepper is also perfect for mild-medium salsas.
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Growing hundreds of varieties of vegetables we feature some of the most unusual selections of vegetables and fruits in the region. Our farm store is open 7 days a week with a vast array of produce grown on our farm. We are proud to feature products from many other farms within a sixty mile radius of our farm including tree fruits and more. (more...)
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