During the national vegetable seed trials in Woodland, Josh Kirschenbaum of PanAmerican Seed shows of a bell-shaped Mad Hatter pepper, a national winner as a 2017 All American Selection.
During the national vegetable seed trials in Woodland, Josh Kirschenbaum of PanAmerican Seed shows of a bell-shaped Mad Hatter pepper, a national winner as a 2017 All American Selection. Debbie Arrington darrington@sacbee.com
During the national vegetable seed trials in Woodland, Josh Kirschenbaum of PanAmerican Seed shows of a bell-shaped Mad Hatter pepper, a national winner as a 2017 All American Selection. Debbie Arrington darrington@sacbee.com

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