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Biquinho Yellow Pepper (55 DAYS)

 

The Brazilian pepper, ‘bee-kee-nyo’, which means ‘little beak’, are 1” pointed, yellow peppers. Marginally tart with a tiny bit of heat, they are more often than not pickled in vinegar but can be eaten raw or cooked. Pop them in to your mouth for a burst of almost fruity tang with a delightful crunch.

20 seeds

 

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KK
08/21/2019
Karen Koper
I recommend this product

Very Prolific

All the fruitiness of habaneros but without the heat. Grows like a hab in that it is a short very wide plant. The peppers look like little chinese lanterns and they are going wild here. South shore of Lake Erie.

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MJ
08/12/2019
Maria Jacketti
I recommend this product

Rare Pepper, Hard to Find

Actually, I look forward to buying these rare seeds from you for the next season. The current supply I have was so hard to get. My husband pickles them for a number of gourmet recipes. You can certainly buy them pickled online, but they are expensive. Please get the red variety, too. The red variety is actually more used in recipes. Adding the tiny Brazilian starfish would be a great addition, too. Please add more: Don't discontinue. Your price here is excellent. Please note that some competitive seed houses are now offering free shipping on seed packets. That's good business.

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02/28/2019
Linda

Beautiful pepper plants

This took a while to grow, but the pepper plant was nice. The plant itself was ***** and has a cone shaped canopy. The shape looks like a martini glass. The fruit tasted mildly bitter and then a tiny hint of heat. I highly recommend these.