Beaver Dam Pepper
Beaver Dam Pepper is an heirloom, open-pollinated mild pepper that’s great for stuffing. 6-9″ long fruits mature to a deep, reddish-orange color. Capsicum annuum. 60 days to maturity.
30 seeds per packet
Beaver Dam Pepper is an heirloom, open-pollinated variety that was brought to Wisconsin in 1912 by a Hungarian family. This pepper variety produces extremely abundant yields of large peppers with mild heat, similar to that of a pimento pepper. Fruits are horn-shaped and range between 6-9" long and are approximately 2 1/2" wide at maturity. Beaver Dam Hot Pepper initially has a lime green color and matures to a beautiful reddish-orange. This is the perfect pepper for stuffing with your favorite cream cheese, sausage, rice or whatever you can find. It also has been noted to be great for slicing rings and eating raw on your favorite sandwich.