70 day green, 95 red. This mildly hot Anaheim-type pepper is named for Joe E. Parker who selected it from a field of New Mexico 6-4 peppers and released it in 1990. Productive plants have a strong central stem and uniform branching that will shade fruit from the sun. Fruits are 20 cm. long and 4.5 cm. wide. They have thick tasty flesh and they colour up quickly. Harvest the first green peppers to ensure continued heavy pepper production. Tobacco mosaic virus resistant. Makes the best chili rellenos going.