Capsicum annuum, old heirloom of the Weaver's family from Lancaster County, Pennysylvania, USA. Documented around 1860 and possibly even older.
Small round flattened peppers, stuffing type. 3 to 4 cm in diameter.
Ripens from green to red.
Very firm and crispy thick flesh with a good taste, no heat.
Bush-shaped plants of 60 cm with a compact structure.
Strong, early and highly productive variety.
The fruits can be left ripe on the plant for a long time.
You only have to pick them when you need them.
Very easy to grow.