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Old September 11, 2016   #1
gardeninglee
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Default please recommend a variety

I'm looking for something very sweet, thin skinned and very mild heat (preferably <5,000 scoville but can handle up to 10,000) on a compact plant.
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Old September 11, 2016   #2
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Jimmy Nardello is a sweet Italian pepper with no heat, thin skin, that I grow in pots on the patio.
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I like Cherry Moon. Bishop's Crown is also good. The heat is mostly in the seeds, so it is easy to remove if you want.
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Old September 25, 2016   #4
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Franks...small bush pepper that produces well. Sand Hill is one source.
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