Due to a problem beyond our control you may find it confusing to access all of our pepper products at one time. The web designers in their infinite wisdom (or lack thereof) have changed the design of the website so that it no longer can access the number of products that we carry at the same time. From the product page you can sort the varieites in ascending or descending order. When you get to the last page in ascending order ask it to arrange them in descending order which will give you the rest of the items not included in your first search and continue on with your order. Sorry for the confusion and added problems.
We are continually adding pepper varieties to our collection to meet customer needs. Suggestions for other varieties or items you would like added are always welcome. Pepper seed packets contain 25 seeds; herbs and tomatoes 25; gourds 10-12. We have varieties from around the world. Whether you spell it chile, chille, chili, chilly, or chilli you have come to the right place. The pepper genus is Capsicum. The domesticated species are annuum, (the most common varieties, the original meaning annual, which is incorrect as they are actually perennials but only in certain growing areas); baccatum (berrylike), chinense (meaning from China but this too is incorrect as they are originally from the Amazon Basin); frutescens (shrubby or bushy) and pubescens (hairy). If you would prefer to browse through our printed list of seeds only just send us an e-mail with your postal address and we can send you our latest edition. If you require 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz. or oz sizes please let us know which varieties you are interested in and we will be happy to quote you larger quantities where available. Please share with us a close up picture of those peppers you are growing that are not yet pictured on our web site or if you think you have a better picture than our current one we can consider that too. Send it to us via e-mail in jpg format and help others to enjoy all the varieties. Happy gardening to all!