Commercially introduced by us in the U.S.!
Phonetically pronounced: pull bee-bear-leek on-tap
After years of seed selection, we can finally offer this amazing traditional bell pepper from Antep of Turkey. This variety comes with a very rare trait for a bell pepper, and that is the healthy amount of heat it has. Pul Biberlik Antep is traditionally used to make pepper flakes but we love to use it for stuffing recipes as well.
Fruits have thin walls and absorb flavor of the ingredients and meal juices, when cooked. Their unique shape and glossy look stands out in the field. Plants are tall and very productive. We can’t praise this variety enough, and we hope to keep it in our catalog year after year.
Packet has 20 seeds
Sierra Casselman (verified owner) –
Allison K. (verified owner) –
Such pretty, shiny peppers! Still life worthy peppers! Quite a bit of heat to these, but a nice flavor. Quite prolific, and I was growing them jn a container with slow-release organic fertilizer.
Katherine M. (verified owner) –
Emily Hart (verified owner) –
Are any of these in have English names or pepper referenced to it? I have no idea what kind of peppers these are as the names of them are unfamiliar.
Do any of these in have English names or pepper referenced to it? I have no idea what kind of peppers these are as the names of them are unfamiliar.
Laura S. (verified owner) –
Kerime Saglam (verified owner) –
Therese Vang (verified owner) –
Unfortunately due to staffing issues we were not able to get the seed planted this year. We still have it and are hoping to trial it next year.