Aji Yellow Hot Pepper SeedAji Yellow Pepper - South American Incan favorite pepper aka Kellu Uchu. Green to yellow pepper medium hot 2-3" long. Large plants having vine like growth. 90 days from transpalnt. C. baccatum
Ancho Giant Hot Pepper SeedAncho Giant - Dark green, heart shaped, almost black pepper. Not too much heat, good for sauces and stuffing. 90 days from transplant. C. annuum
Ancho/Poblano Hot Pepper SeedAnchoHot Pepper - called Ancho when dried, Poblano when fresh. Moderately pungent, heat shape peppers 3-5" long, turning from black-green to red. Stuff it, roast, dry, use in mole. Remove skin if using fresh. 68 days from transplant to green, 88 days to red. C. annuum. 25 seeds per packet
Apache Chili Hot Pepper SeedApache Chili Hot Pepper Seed - Fruit is 2-3| upright. Plant 16-18" well branched. Good in containers as well as garden. 75 days from transplant. 25 seeds per packet
Aurora Ornamental Hot Pepper SeedsAurora Ornamental Pepper Seeds - 10-12" plant, purple and green foliage 1 1/2" long upright fruit lavender/purple/orange/red. 90 days from transplant. 25 seeds per packet. C. annuum
Banana Hungarian Wax Hot Pepper SeedsBanana Hungarian Wax Pepper - Mildly hot pepper 5" long, light green to yellow. Use for canning, pickling, fresh, stuffed. 20-24" tall plant. 65 days from transplant. C. annuum
Barker's Hot Pepper SeedBarker's - New Mexican large green chile, very pungent. Dries well. 85 days from transplant. C. annum 25 seeds per packet
Beaver Dam Heirloom Hot Pepper SeedBeaver Dam Heirloom Pepper - Hungarian heirloom pepper, slice raw for sandwiches or stuff it. Mildly hot when seeded. Lime green to red, very productive. 80 days from transplant. C. annuum
Big JIm Hot Pepper SeedBig Jim Pepper - New Mexico, thick walled 7-9" long, green to red peppers. Use for canning, freezing, roast, peal, dry and powder, rellenos. Slightly more pungent than New Mex 6. C. annuum
Bird's Eye Hot pepper SeedBird's Eye Hot Pepper - aka Tepin, Chiltecpin, Trinidad Bird Pepper. Some claim it is hotter than a habanero. Small, thin walled, round 3/8" green to red peppers. Difficult to germinate wild variety usually propaged by birds. Be sure to use Salt Petre. 100 days from transplant. C. annuum
Black Hungarian Heirloom Hot Pepper Seed OrganicBlack Hungarian Pepper - Ornamental heirloom peppers, green foliage highlighted by purple veins, purple flowers. 30-36" tall plant, 2-3" fruit, resembles shape of a Jalapeno, black to red, mildly hot with good flavor. 80 days from transplant. C. annuum
Black Pearl Hot Ornamental Pepper SeedBlack Pearl Ornamental Pepper - Foliage matures to glossy black with small round-oval glossy black fruit turning red at rull maturity. Bushy, upright, well branched plants, very hot fruit. 90 days from transplant.
Blaze Ornamental Hot PepperBlaze Ornamental Hot Pepper - 4" tall spreading to 8" wide, fruit matures from yellow thru orange to red. A distinct, eye-catching tricolor effect over the dark green foliage. 25 seeds per packet.
Bode Amarela Brazilian Hot Pepper SeedBode Amarela Hot Pepper - aka Yellow Goat. Round very hot yellow fruit 1/2" dia. 1-2' tall plant used in a variety of dishes. C. chinense 80 days from transplant. 25 seeds
Bulgarian Carrot Heirloom Hot Pepper SeedBulgarian Carrot Pepper - Heirloom, florescent-orange, thin walled peppers in clusters close to the main stem of 18" plant. 1"x 3 1/2" long, hot and fruity. 65 days from transplant. C. annuum
Calico, Hybrid Ornamental Pepper SeedCalico - Hybrid 10" tall plant spreading to 16" with fantastic foliage. Patchwork of purple and white foliage. Bushy, well branched, excellent in container. Very hot. 25 seeds per pkt.
Cambuci Brazilian Hot Pepper SeedCambuci Brazilian Hot - aka Chapeu de Bispo and Bishops Cap. Unusual shape mildly hot fruit 1" tall and 2" across, plants normally grow as a vigorous 6' shrub. C. baccatum 80 days from transplant. 25 seeds
Caribbean Red Hot Pepper SeedCaribbean Red Pepper - Large red habanero type. Has registered 445,000 Scovilles. 90 days from transplant. C. chinense.
Carolina Reaper Hot PepperCarolina Reaper Hot Pepper - Claims to be the hottest of the type, lots of interest but can it be eaten? Good for show and tell. C chinense. 95 days from transplant. 15 seeds per packet. On order due in Dec.