Banana Pepper Seeds

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Scoville Heat Units (SHU):
0 - 500

The Banana pepper’s name comes from its long curved shape and yellowish color that resembles a banana fruit. The heat level of Banana peppers is mild and the flavor is tangy, making these peppers perfect for pickling and tasty in salads, sandwiches, and on top of pizza. They are milder than traditional Jalapeno peppers. The Banana pepper is often confused with its much spicier relative, the Hungarian Wax pepper. The Banana pepper looks somewhat similar to a mini version of the popular tropical fruit. Banana peppers grow to two to three inches in length, and their curved shape immediately resembles a banana. Their color starts green and matures typically to a greenish yellow or full yellow. Banana peppers average between 0 to 500 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), similar to the Shishito pepper and Ruffled Pimento.

 Because of their thick walls, stuffed Banana peppers are a popular dish due to the thick walls of this chili pepper. It’s a great alternative to the Bell or Poblano for stuffed pepper dishes. For those looking for a milder Jalapeno popper, Banana pepper poppers are just as delicious. Deep-fried Banana peppers are also very popular in the Southern region of the United States.

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  • 5
    harvest time

    Posted by Maynard on 28th Sep 2020

    I waited to write review til harvest time. I have been very happy with the seed quality and yield I am getting from my Tyler Farms seeds. Customer service is great. Ordering more seeds today. Thanks TF

  • 5
    better than the ones i bought at big box stores

    Posted by carlos veras on 4th May 2018

    these seeds were much fresher than ones i bought at my local big box store. i was so pleased with them that i bought additional seeds. you can tell they are high quality seeds that were hand selected.

  • 5
    Fast shipping, fresh seeds

    Posted by Vegan Pepper Gardener on 1st Mar 2018

    These guys continue to deliver for my pepper garden. I am a Vegan gardener with loads of pepper plants and get almost all of my seeds from Tyler Farms each year. Rock on guys!

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Aug 2017

    cant wait to pickle these!