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Old February 10, 2018   #16
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Wisconsin
Posts: 276

Another vote for Melrose. It is one of the earliest-ripening peppers I've grown, and very productive as well. The ripe peppers are thin walled, but very sweet & crunchy.

Tennessee Cheese has also been fairly reliable, ripening at least a few peppers even in less than ideal summers. It is a thick-walled pimento type.
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