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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. 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 not quite as hot as a Jalapeno, but hotter than the Red Cherry Bomb pepper. The “flying saucer” Bishop’s Crown pepper matures from green to red.
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