Pepper Topepo Rosso, also called Christmas pepper. Round red pepper, 2" high, 2" wide. Sweet. Eat fresh, roasted, or pickled. This is the type of pepper you see pickled in large jars in Italian delis. Pickle some red ones and a few still green for a nice color combination. You can also add some Baccia di Satana peppers if you want some fire in your pickle. 1.5 gram packet, approximately 200 seeds.
Posted by Marion in OH on 22nd Mar 2012
Love, love love these little peppers! they are thicker walled than most bells, and shorter, with a flat bottom, which makes them ideal for stuffing :-) they are also the perfect size for little folks, with 2 for adults :-) give them a try, you'll like them ;-)
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Feb 2012
I grew these in northern Missouri last year and they did quite well. All my peppers came on late, but the yield was good. Peppers don't redden well here. I think because of the humidity they tend to rot before they turn red, but of all those that I grew, the Topepo Rosso produced more reds than any others. Very thick skin and quite sweet.