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Originally from Brazil, the Bishop's Crown pepper is a very uniquely shaped mild pepper. The body of the peppers have very little heat and the wings are sweet and mild, making the Bishop’s Crown a popular pepper for mild salsa and pickling. The Bishop’s Crown is a very popular pepper due to its medium heat level, fruity flavor, and the unique appearance of the pods. Bishop’s Crown peppers average about 5,000 to 30,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), which is similar to the Bulgarian Carrot pepper and the Vegas Serrano pepper.
Bishop's Crown pepper plants are tall as they average about three to four feet in height. The peppers usually have three or four flat-wings and look somewhat like flying saucers. The heat level of Bishop’s Crown pepper is hotter than both the world famous Jalapeno as well as the Cherry Bomb pepper. The “flying saucer” Bishop’s Crown pepper matures from green to red.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Mar 2018
Great pepper for medium heat seekers. Its easy to grow and my plant is packed with peppers. I have pickled these in past years in had great success. I'm trying to graduate to superhots but we'll see. Overall, you'll be happy with the bishops crown.
Posted by D'Quan Emmaunel on 21st Sep 2017
Thanx for the seeds. Them peppers are growing already!
Posted by scott ronalds on 30th Jul 2017
Nicely packed, fast shipping, and quick to sprout
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Jul 2017
Kirk in customer support was incredible. I had several questions about how to start my seeds and he was very helpful.