A delicious, gigantic, sweet red frying pepper named after a mountain range in Argentina.
The giant, cone-shaped Aconcagua pepper will ripen from green to orange to a red color, and you can eat it at any stage, but it's the juiciest at its full ripe red stage.
These tall plants reach over 3 feet high and benefit from staking as they are prolific producers of peppers that are 10 - 12 inches. Aconcagua peppers have thick- walled flesh, and the peppers are very juicy and sweet.
Giant Aconcagua Pepper Seeds
Days to Maturity
Start indoors 8 weeks before last frost
*filled by weight