The Letter of the Day is H: “H” is for the Tomato, Hundreds and Thousands and the Pepper, Hungarian Yellow Wax

Hundreds and Thousands

This tomato is really cool. The tomatoes are a currant size and there lots and lots of them. Hundreds? Yes. Thousands? Not really, but you won’t go short of tomatoes with this variety. 

The sweet, mini-cherry fruit are very flavorful and early and perfect for putting into a salad or popping into your mouth.

Plant with petunias, alyssum and lobelia for pretty hanging baskets. 

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Hungarian Yellow Wax

Spicy, fairly hot, banana shaped fruits, 6″ long and 1-1/2″ across – perfect for pickling. Matures from light yellow to bright red. Best hot pepper for cooler climates. Ever-bearing plants are 16 to 24″ tall, strong, uprightImage

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3 thoughts on “The Letter of the Day is H: “H” is for the Tomato, Hundreds and Thousands and the Pepper, Hungarian Yellow Wax

    • I agree although I’ve never tasted one. I’ve heard it is not a scorching hot pepper. You seem to be the expert, how would you rate it’s flavor and “hotness”? I can better educate my customers. thanks

      • They have a bit of heat to them, I wouldn’t say they are extremely hot. If I had to compare, I would say just a touch hotter than a jalapeno pepper. They are really good fresh, but they are also a great pepper for pickling. 🙂

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