Sweet and productive Polish pepper. Two-foot tall plants produce 4" long bell fruits with 3 lobes. Sweet even when green, sure to be a favorite. Does well in dry areas.
- 90 days from transplant
- ±4,500 seeds/oz
- Fruits are sweet, even when green
- Sweet pepper
- Fruits grow to 3-lobed, 4 inch long bells
- Plants grow to 2 feet
This variety works for:
- Fresh eating
This pepper is: SWEET
Bell peppers are sweetest when they mature to a full red, but the crunchy green flesh is a great addition to many savory dishes. You can stuff peppers with quinoa, rice, or a mixture of cheese and beans and bake or cook rings of pepper in a skillet with a fresh egg inside.
Roast your red peppers over a burner or under a broiler, then peel and puree with hummus or slice and add to grilled eggplant and mozzarella sandwiches with fresh basil.
Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm.
- Start Indoors: 8 weeks before last frost
- Germination: 14 Days
- Plant Outdoors: 12-24” Apart
- Light: Full Sun
Ratings & Reviews
Sweet Hardy Little Pepper
by Traci M
I find these peppers grow the best in pots. They are very prolific all the way into late September (Mid-Michigan). Sweeter than the Apple pepper. Super hardy as well. We’ve grown these the past four years with success every time.
Pick them green!
The sweetest green pepper that I’ve tasted! Average when allowed to ripen to red. Requires propping because of production! Produces quickly. They do well in overcrowded beds.
Heavy Yields of Super Sweet, Smaller Bell
by Foster Hill Farm - CT
Loved this little bell pepper. Plant was sturdy, planted in a pot. We harvested both green and red. Produced heavy yields right through to frost. When you only need half a bell pepper for your salad or eggs the Buran is a great option as it is a little smaller. Use the whole pepper and none goes in the fridge to be thrown away later:-) We have added it to our line-up. Definitely worth a try.