Doe Hill Pepper Seeds


A Virginia heirloom that is super productive. Plants produce an abundance of medium-sized orange-colored pimento-type peppers. 80 dtm.

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Doe Hill peppers are a unique Virginia heirloom variety known for their distinctive characteristics. These peppers are typically small to medium in size, with a round, slightly flattened shape. They are renowned for their appealing orange color when fully ripe, which makes them stand out in any garden or dish. The skin of the Doe Hill peppers is smooth and thin, yet they possess a firm texture.

One of the most notable features of these peppers is their exceptionally sweet flavor, which lacks the spiciness typically associated with other pepper varieties. This sweetness, combined with a mild, fruity undertone, makes them a favorite for both fresh eating and culinary uses. These peppers are often used in salads, salsas, and as a colorful garnish due to their vibrant color and sweet taste.

In terms of growth, Doe Hill Golden peppers are known for their hardiness and ability to thrive in a variety of climates. The plants are bushy and compact, making them suitable for smaller gardens or container growing. They produce a generous yield of peppers throughout the growing season.

The origin of the Doe Hill Golden pepper is deeply rooted in the history of Virginia. It is believed to have been cultivated for generations in the Doe Hill area of Highland County, Virginia, making it a cherished part of local agricultural heritage. This variety is often sought after by heirloom vegetable enthusiasts and gardeners who appreciate its unique taste and historical significance.


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