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Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds
Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds

Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper Seeds

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Papaw’s Garden Supply: Helping The Next Generation To Grow With Nature.


The Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper is sweeter than the Italian variety. It is similar to the sweet banana because both peppers are slightly sweet and tangy, but the pepperoncini bring a little bit of heat with an SHU range of 800 to 2000.  Also, thinner walls make it better for pickling; traditionally pickled and used as a garnishment for sandwiches and pizza. It is also known as the Stavros Greek pepper. In the United States they are called "pepperoncini", and they are quite distinct from Italian pepperoncini, which are hot Italian chili peppers.

How to Grow Your Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper:

  • Suggested Planting Depth: ¼” inches under lights indoors
  • Suggested Planting Seasons:  Spring 
  • Suggested Final Plant Spacing:  24 inches apart
  • Suggested Planting Configuration: Single Row or Solid seeded Wide row block
  • Maintain a weed-free seed bed in Full sun and with adequate moisture
  • Always wear proper PPE when handling HOT Pepper Seeds.

Papaw’s Garden Supply: Helping The Next Generation To Grow With Nature.


The Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper is sweeter than the Italian variety. It is similar to the sweet banana because both peppers are slightly sweet and tangy, but the pepperoncini bring a little bit of heat with an SHU range of 800 to 2000.  Also, thinner walls make it better for pickling; traditionally pickled and used as a garnishment for sandwiches and pizza. It is also known as the Stavros Greek pepper. In the United States they are called "pepperoncini", and they are quite distinct from Italian pepperoncini, which are hot Italian chili peppers.

How to Grow Your Greek Pepperoncini Hot Pepper:

  • Suggested Planting Depth: ¼” inches under lights indoors
  • Suggested Planting Seasons:  Spring 
  • Suggested Final Plant Spacing:  24 inches apart
  • Suggested Planting Configuration: Single Row or Solid seeded Wide row block
  • Maintain a weed-free seed bed in Full sun and with adequate moisture
  • Always wear proper PPE when handling HOT Pepper Seeds.

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