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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties


TOP GIRL

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Sweet


Description currently unavailable.


TOPAZ

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Hot


This is an F1 hybrid varieity chile. The Aji like pendant shaped pods start off bright greenbefore ripening to an attractive yellowish/orange. Very pungent.


© Mark McMullan

TOPEPO ROSSO

Species: Annuum | Origin: Italy | Heat: sweet


This Italian heirloom produces tasty, blood red, round pimento-type peppers that are very sweet. The flesh is very thick and crisp. Short, compact plants produce huge yields; great fresh or cooked. A wonderful specialty variety that has many uses.


TOPITO CHEESE

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Mild


An early Pimiento type. Fruits are ruffled and round (82 days). Also known as Tennessee Cheese


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TOTHL

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Sweet


A sweet tasting bell pepper which matures from creamy white to red.


TREASURES RED HYBRID

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Hot


Description currently unavailable.


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TRITON

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown


Very low yield of erect, 2˝x2" fruits on tiny 8x8" plants; would make good potted plant. From Thompson & Morgan, last commercially available in 1991.


© Jeff Nekola UWGB

TROTOLINO AMORAOSO

Species: Annuum | Origin: Italy | Heat: Hot


Description currently unavailable.


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TRUPTI

Species: Annuum | Origin: India | Heat: Medium


A 4 to 6 in long indian cayenne type pepper which matures from green to red. The slender pendant pods are often curved like a fishhook


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TSETSKA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Bulgaria | Heat: Medium


Heavy set of pendent, 4˝x2/3" tapered red fruits on 1˝x1˝' plants; good drier. Named after Tsetska Iranova who still lives in Bulgaria.


© Jeff Nekola UWGB

TSILÉ SAN JUAN

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Mild


This is a mild Anaheim variety grown in the San Juan pueblo, New Mexico (hence the name). The pods are average 2.5 to 3in long by 1 to 1.25in wide and mature from green to red.


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TUBA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Germany | Heat: Sweet


Pods mature from light green to red


© Brian Krause

TUPUMA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Cuba | Heat: Unknown


This varieties is actually part of the species Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum. A more detailed description is currently unavailable.


© Marco Budinis

TURKEY PEPPER

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown




© Allen M Boatman

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TUSCAN ARIZONA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown


This very unusual variety is actually part of the species Capsicum annuum var. aviculare. A more detailed description is currently unavailable.


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