I used a handful of Yummy
peppers for a casserole yesterday and another handful for a pot of chowder, today
The seed for the Yummies came from the [url=https://www.jungseed.com/dp.asp?pID=03240&c=620&p=Yummy+Pepper]Jung Seed Company.(click)[/url] About 10 or 12 years ago, Jingle Bells
were in my garden but they didn't perform nearly as well as the Yummies.
This was not much of a pepper year. It was a record cool start to the growing season. Still, the Yummies grew as well as any of the other pepper varieties. They were the only sweet peppers that matured - or, many of them did. I picked them a little early fearing a frost but most ripened in the kitchen.
Despite a cool start, the fall frost came very late. If not good, it turned out to be a fair
year for all the peppers. The Yummy plants really were covered with fruit. An added plus with them was that the fruit has very few seeds. They are not listed as a hybrid so, I suppose you could save whatever seed they produce for next year's plants.
We are each other's harvest; we are each other's business; we are each other's magnitude and bond. ~ Gwendolyn Brooks