(Capsicum annuum) This Lancaster County, Pennsylvania heirloom was developed during the 1920s in the garden of Mammi Huber, an Old Order Mennonite who operated a fruit and produce stand near Hinkletown, Pennsylvania. The small, sweet, crunchy peppers measuring 1 ½ to 2 inches in diameter were normally stuffed with shredded cabbage and spices and then pickled. Also great for snack trays. Each 3 foot bush is a prolific producer from mid-summer to frost. Plant 16 inches apart.