Santa Fe Grande Pepper (Capsicum annuum), also known as "Guero Chili", is a mildly sweet hot chili pepper that was introduced in 1965 by Peto Seeds. This heirloom will grow to 3.5" long and turn from greenish-yellow to orangish-yellow to red as it matures. 500-700 SHU on the Scoville scale.
Santa Fe Grande Pepper - One of our most popular seeds. All three colors of maturity, yellow, orange, and red, can be on the plant at the same time. A beautiful plant and quite a conversation piece.
This wax-type heirloom pepper bears fruit continuously all summer on 30" plants. The fresh 3" long peppers have thick flesh and moderate heat, so they are ideal for salsa and pickling fresh. They mature from bright green to yellow, and then to a glossy red. Capsicum annuum (78 days)
A pretty chile, Santa Fe Grande pepper (also known as Guero) matures from yellow to orange-red with mild heat and slight sweetness. It works well either cooked or fresh for salads, salsas, and other dishes based on chile peppers.