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Jingle Bell Pepper Seed

Postby joval » Feb 17, 2006 3:12 am

Anybody know where I can get some Jingle Bell Pepper seeds....soon? Thanks you.
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Postby JaneG » Feb 22, 2006 11:56 pm

Never heard of them . . . tell us about Jingle Bell Peppers . . .
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Postby joval » Feb 23, 2006 1:57 am

Jingle Bell peppers are small, 1 1/2" x 1 1/2", shiny bright red, early maturing, thin walled sweet peppers. I don't eat peppers, but love to grow them, so I can't tell you how they taste but Joe says they have a different flavor than sweet bell peppers. A little spicy, not hot. I've always thought they would probably be good stuffed with chicken, tuna or ham salad. They are easy to grow and produce heavily all summer. I used to get seeds from Johnny's Select, but they haven't had them for a few yrs. Can't find them in any of my catalogs. They're shaped like a very small apple, not like piminto peppers. val
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Postby Chris_W » Feb 23, 2006 9:21 am

I found these two seed places in a search. Hopefully you can get them - they sound great :)

http://seeds.thompson-morgan.com/us/en/ ... /1?SA=1113

http://www.reimerseeds.com/jingle-bells ... ppers.aspx
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Jingle Bell Peppers (???)

Postby Detsy » May 17, 2006 5:13 pm

Hi-
I'm new to this post and new to planting peppers, but I hope someone can help. I am looking to plant "sweet mini-bell peppers" this year, but I am unable to find the plants. I'm not even sure that's the right name. From research, I think it might be called "Jingle Bell" peppers. I've seen them in red, yellow and orange. They are sweet and very small.
Any info you may have, I'd appreciate.
Thank you!
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Jingle Bells peppers sources

Postby homegrown » Jun 04, 2006 1:20 pm

SEED SOURCES - Jingle Bells Peppers

Tomato Growers Supply
(888) 478-7333
www.tomatogrowers.com
'Ariane,' 'Bell Boy,' 'Jingle Bells,' 'Gypsy,' 'King Arthur,' 'Purple Beauty,' 'Tequila'

Harris Seeds
(800) 514-4441
www.harrisseeds.com
'Blushing Beauty,' 'Flamingo,' Jingle Bells,' 'La Bamba,' 'Lady Bell'

Johnny's Selected Seeds
(207)437-4301
www.johnnyseeds.com
'Ace,' Jingle Bells,' 'Lipstick,' 'Red Knight,' 'Round of Hungary,' 'Islander'
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Re: Jingle Bell Pepper Seed

Postby rstrouse » Jul 23, 2010 11:18 am

joval wrote:Anybody know where I can get some Jingle Bell Pepper seeds....soon? Thanks you.


Did you ever find your jingle bell pepper seeds? If not, I have some if you want still want them. :)
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