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Capsicum annuum SOLANACEAE
The exact origin of this pepper is unknown, but it is an ethnic variety. One translation of "gamba" (as used in cooking) means sweet red pepper . Whatever its origin, this is indeed the best cooking pepper we've found. Use it for stir-fry, baking, and stuffing. As it cooks it becomes even sweeter, and our favorite way to prepare it is to stir-fry 'Gamba' with onions. The fruits are deep-red, flattened bells, approximately 3" in diameter and 2" deep. 'Gamba' is easy to grow, productive, and is more resistant to fruit diseases than other peppers we've grown.
Pkt. (0.45 g, 60 seeds)


Pkt. (0.45 g, 60 seeds)
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 24 September, 2004.

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