Alma Paprika Pepper
Alma Paprika (organic) - SOLD OUT
- Cherry type fruits ripen from cream-white to orange to red
- Fruits are thick walled
- Sweet, mild peppery flavor
- Highly productive
- 70-80 days from transplant
- ±4,100 seeds/oz
Highly productive plants are loaded with thick-walled cherry-type peppers. One of the best varieties for drying and grinding for paprika, or for fresh eating. Ripens from cream-white to orange to red. 70-80 days from transplant. Mildly peppery and very sweet. ±4,100 seeds/oz.
Learn to Grow Alma Paprika Pepper
Start Indoors: 8 weeks before last frost
Germination: 14 Days
Plant Outdoors: 12-24” Apart
Light: Full Sun
Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm.
Ratings & Reviews
Great in cooler weather
First time I started peppers from seed. Just used my indoor small greenhouse. We live in the Pacific Northwest. So already not warm. And we have had a very cool summer for the most part. I will say that this pepper is amazing. It has (with the exception of another pepper) been an amazing performer in this weather! Once I transitioned outside in late April. By far the most fruit and definitely started sooner than any other pepper. I am excited to continue growing these peppers!
Easy, Productive & Beautiful!
by 6B Gardener
Very productive, beautiful color, easy to grow. Have two plants I have basically ignored and they are happy as can be! Have been great in stir-frys and held up well in a beef slow cooker meal.
Just as good as described
These are just as described- productive, sweet (with just a tiny hint of kick), thick walled. I live in northern Michigan & have great success with these. I got them to dry for paprika, which is great, but also are wonderful for cooking, eating fresh, canning, & freezing. Sweet but bland when white, but continue ripening after picked when the season comes to an end. They keep well & are quite pretty too! Absolutely great!
4/29/21 and all is not well
by Michael Y.
Not really impressed so far...purchased a packet of seeds in early '21 and the germination rate has been sub par at best. Out of 22 seeds sown, I've had a grand total of 4 sprout. I got better germination from a 2 year old packet of jalapeño seeds that wasn't really taken care of sown in the same tray at the same time...
Seed Savers Response: Hi Michael I'm sorry to hear that this seed did not meet your expectation for germination. We do test germination every year to make sure only the best seed leaves out location. Please reach out to our customer service team to be sent a replacement for this seed.
by M NOBLE
FABULOUS PEPPER! COULDN'T HAVE ASKED FOR BETTER! BEAUTIFUL COLORS,THICK WALLS. GREAT FOR PICKLED, SALSA, COOKING HAVEN'T HAD ANY TROUBLE AT ALL. HAD 3 PACKS ENDED UP WITH 48 PLANTS. FAIR GERMINATION!
A darn good pepper!
These peppers were grown in bowls on a window sill and transplanted to the garden quite nicely. The plants are producing dozens of peppers. Like many home grown garden plants, they came out pretty spicy, not so mild. I accidentally added too much to my pasta sauce and boy did it pack a punch! I plan to blanch and freeze my bumper crop in single serving portions to throw into rice and taco dishes. I highly recommend this pepper for beauty, resistance to pests, and flavor. A good hearty fruit!
Not worth growing - in my opinion
by Wendy b
This was a productive,thick walled pepper - but unfortunately i didnt like the flavor of it,. Sheepnose is a much nicer pimento. It’s is smaller, but roasts beautifully. These are a pretty yellow, but even fresh there are much better peppers