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'Martin's Carrot' Peppers
Sub-Category: Hot
Description: (Capsicum annuum). An heirloom believed to have been introduced or developed in the nineteenth century by Mennonite horticulturist Jacob B. Garber of Lancaster County, PA. Plants growing 2 to 2.5 feet tall produce carrot-shaped fruit that are 1.5 to 3 inches long and ripen to deep red-orange with a smoky hot flavor and thin flesh. About 90 to 100 days from transplant to harvest.
Days To Maturity: 90-100
Seed Sources: Seed Savers Exchange - updated in 2014

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