Nov
15
2014

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All pepper varieties are Heirloom and/or OP(Open Pollinated.)

Peppers often like to take their sweet time germinating. (Federal Germination standards are 60% for peppers. I like to have 75% or higher.) They can be up in a week, but some will take almost a month. Even with paper towel germination testing, they can take long. I’m not sure why, but it is a normal occurrence. So plan ahead and make sure you start them early enough! Also remember they like heat to germinate so make sure you have a heating mat or something to keep the soil warm. Placing them up on top of the fridge often works too since it is normally warmer up there.

Peppers do very well grown in pots.
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Photos are clickable to enlarge.
For photo time reference- Peppers are started here in the last half of March. They are planted out in pots the first part of June.

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Peppers HOT:

Pepper, hot ‘Ancho Grande’ (Capsicum annuum) pepAnchG
Dried Anchos are popular in Mexican food. Anchos in their fresh state are called Poblanos. Either way, I love the taste of them. Chili Relleno is one of my favorite Mexican dishes. They can be be mild hot to medium hot. They look sort of like elongated bells that come to a point. They start off dark green and turn red if left to ripen completely. The plants grow to about 3 feet tall. I’ve seen DTM of 76 listed for this variety which is better than some other poblanos, but I don’t recommend these for short season growers.
30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper ‘Balloon‘ aka ‘Bishop’s Hat’ pepBal
This is a very neat looking pepper as you can see by the photos. This pepper is quite mild and I almost listed it with the sweet peppers, but the membrane holding the seeds does have a little kick, so it is best to list it here. The flavor is different too. I’m not sure how to describe it, but I liked it. The plants are very productive. They were later to mature to red though. Green fruit photo from Aug. 22. Red fruit photo from Oct. 7 (there were red fruit in Sept.) 30 seeds for $1.50.
Sorry, out of stock.
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Pepper, hot ‘Beaver Dam’ pepBDam
This heirloom is my favorite mildly hot pepper. They taste like a bell pepper with a hint of heat. I’ve read some descriptions on sites where it is medium hot, and I would say that is an exaggeration. I’ve grow this variety a few times, and it is quite tame. It starts off medium green and turns to red when ripe. Photo was taken Aug. 5. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, hot ‘Black HungarianpepBHung
This is a milder hot pepper.  The fruit are shaped like jalapenos, but start off black instead of green and then they ripen to red. The flowers on the plant are purple.  The plants grow 2 1/2 to 3′ tall. 30 seeds for $1.50




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Pepper, hot ‘Bulgarian Carrot pepBuC
This pepper is a popular one. The bright orange when ripe fruit are about 3 1/2″ long and shaped like a carrot. They are very hot, but they are also fruity flavored. The plants are compact growing to about a foot and a half and they get loaded with peppers.Photo is of one of my dad’s plants down in Key Largo. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, hot ‘Caloro pepCal
This pepper is sort of like a small 2-3″ long Hungarian Wax or yellow jalapeno if you will. They will turn red when completely ripe. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, hot ‘Cayenne, Long Slim pepCLS
Also called: Long Red Slim Cayenne, Long Red, Slim Cayenne, Long Narrow Cayenne, and Long Red Narrow. Wow that’s a lot of aliases. That sometimes happens when a variety has been around a long time and shared a lot which means it is good one. It a long (4-6″) thin pepper that looks a bit wrinkly and sometimes curls at its tip. Easy to dry. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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‘Chilhuacle RojopepCRoj
I really like the flavor of this pepper. When red and ripe, they are very sweet and hot, but not killer hot. The fat cone shape peppers turn red fairly quick and keep producing so this is a good one for more northern growers. This pepper is originally from the Oaxaca area of Mexico. Photo was taken Sept. 20 but I had ripe fruit at the end of Aug. 30 seeds for $1.75.
Sorry, now out of stock.
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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPepper ‘Chilhuacle Negro pepCNe
This is a great tasting pepper in my opinion.  It has sweetness and heat. It is not killer hot though maybe comparable to a Hungarian hot. It comes from Mexico. The peppers are dark green, and they turn very dark as they mature. Being a cold year, they did not perform that great here. I do think they love hot sunny weather to do their best. But I consider them worth growing even in an off year as I like the flavor. 30 seeds for $1.75.




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Pepper, hot ‘Chiltepinaka ‘Tepin’ pepChil
This is the wild Bird’s Eye pepper. It is native to the hot climate areas of the Americas. The plants produce  lots of very small round hot peppers. Don’t be fooled by their cuteness as they can be extremely hot! but the heat does dissipate, so there’s long term suffering. These and the Pequin peppers are good for making hot sauce.
30 seeds for $1.75.




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Pepper, hot CHERRY ‘Ciliegia Piccante’ (Capsicum annuum) pepCPic.
Also know as ‘Baccio Di Satana’(Satan’s Kiss) it is a small red cherry pepper growing about an inch wide originally from Southern Italy hence another name ‘Piccante Calabrese’ . It is medium hot and will lose some pungency when cooked. Great for stuffing. 30 seed for $1.50.

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Pepper, hot ‘Chocolate Habanero’ aka ‘Congo Black’ (Capsicum chinense) pepCHab
Instead of the usual red or orange this habanero turns an attractive chocolate color when ripe. It is also reported to be hotter than the usual varieties. Habanero types are pretty, bushy plants that grow well in pots. They can also be overwintered indoors. I’ve done it, and I may have a green thumb, but I am not a good overwinterer. Habanero means from Havana. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPepper, hot ‘Datil pepDat
This is the well known hot Florida pepper originating in the St. Augustine area, and they even have a Datil Pepper festival there. It is very hot, but also fruity which makes it great for flavoring (pickles, jellies, etc.) and sauces. Bill Wharton “The Sauce Boss” blues guitarist and hot sauce creator from Florida has a nice Datil hot sauce and in turn has helped spread the word about this pepper. He has played the Niagara Falls Blues Fest  and puts on quite the show! The pic is of him and me with a seed packet of the pepper. So see him if you can. Anyway, back to the pepper, my friend grew these for me this past year (2013) and they grew really well for her, loaded up with peppers. The peppers are golden, elongated to about 3″ and tapering to a point. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, Hot ‘Early Jalapeno’ pepEJal
Having grown this pepper a few years, I can say it does set peppers quickly compared to other varieties. They start dark green, eventually turn, and grow up to 3 1/2″ long. The flavor is good, great for salsa.
30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, Hot ‘Fish’ (Capsicum annuum) pepFish
This pepper has beautifully variegated leaves, and the variegation even is in the peppers! I actually used these in pots as decoration on my porch. The peppers are on the small size(1-2″) and are quite hot. They are an old African-American heirloom from the coastal area around Baltimore. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, HOT ‘Ghostaka ‘Bhut Jolokia’(C. chinense x C. frutescens) pepGho
Originally from India, this bright red chili is the most famous of the hottest peppers on record. There are a couple now that claim to hotter, but at this heat level I’m not sure it makes much of a difference. The plants were easy to grow and very productive. Please if you buy these be careful when harvesting, etc. Getting the oils on your hands could be a bad experience. Photo to the left is from Sept. 9th. Ok so I’ve looked at prices around the internet, 10 seeds for 4.95, 7.92, 6.00, 8.99 etc.  It was a bit of a hassle to de-seed them, but not that much. I think 15 seeds for $2.00 is a reasonable price. Recently harvested, back in stock soon.
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Pepper, HOT ‘Chocolate Ghost pepChG
Same description as the Ghost Chili above, but comes in the chocolate color instead of red. They look less harmful than the red I think, but don’t be fooled! Photo was taken Oct. 7th. 15 seeds for $2.00. Limit TWO per customer.
Sorry, out of stock. Hopefully back Fall 2015.
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Pepper, Hot ‘Habanero Lemon’ aka ‘Lemon Habanero’ (Capsicum chinense) pepHabL
This is yellow version of the very hot habanero pepper. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, Hot ‘Habanero Orange’ (Capsicum chinense) pepHabO
This pepper is bright orange and of course is very hot! 30 seeds for $1.50.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPepper, hot, Habanero Red
aka Red Habanero pepHabR
This is the red version of the habanero and of course very hot! 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, hot ‘Habanero White aka ‘Peruvian white Habanero’ (C. chinensis) pepHabW
This pepper is of course white and extremely hot. They are not as fat as the other habanero pepper colors. 30 seeds for $1.50




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Pepper, hot Habanero Mix (Capsicum chinense) pepHabMix
This is a mix of all the Habaneros we sell.  60 seeds for $2.00.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPepper, Hot ‘Hong Gochu pepHonG
From Korea, this is a pretty hot red pepper. The plants are nice bushy type plants. The flowers were a bit unusual with the light brown shading to them. The peppers varied in size from as big as shown in the left (Sept. 17th) photo to smaller as the season progressed into fall. Googling doesn’t bring up info for this variety as I did originally get seed directly from a lady in Korea. 30 seeds for $1.75.




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Pepper, Hot ‘Hungarian Hot Wax’ pepHHW
This well known medium hot pepper is very easy to grow. It is a prolific producer of 5″ fruit that start off pale yellow(wax colored) and will turn orange then red if left to ripen. They are great for canning hot pepper rings or making stuffed peppers. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, hot ‘Jamaican Yellow’ aka ‘Jamaican Hot Yellow’ (Capsicum chinense) pepJamYel
The fruit on these plants is very cute look like baby patty pan squash. To see some pics on Dave’s Garden, Click Here. You’ll often see Scotch Bonnet or Mushroom attached to the name of these, but I’m not sure if either is correct. It seems that the amount of heat can vary with these from really darn hot to really really darn hot! 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, hot ‘Jigsaw pepJig
This is a really neat ornamental pepper. It has beautiful tricolor variegated foliage, purple stems and flowers, and small dark purple oval fruit that turn red when ripe. To see a pic on Dave’s Garden, Click Here. I’m not sure how hot the peppers are.
Also do not confuse this with the new extremely hot pepper ‘Fatalii Gourmet Jigsaw’, that is a completely different pepper.
30 for $1.75.




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Pepper, Hot ‘Korean Dark Green’ pepKDG
This is a Kim Chee pepper that can be used for any dish that calls for a hot chile like a japone, d’arbol, etc. The stout plants are attractive with slender dark green leaves. It always seems to take it sweet time to bloom and make fruit so you could get nervous about having a harvest, but not to worry, it always comes on strong in late summer/early fall and is loaded with pendant peppers that turn bright red before frost comes along. The peppers dry nicely. 30 seeds for $1.50.
Recently harvested, so still have to dry, in stock soon.
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Pepper, hot ‘Large Red CHERRY pepLRC
If the smaller ‘Ciliegia Piccante’ (at about 1″) are not to your liking these at 1 1/2-2″ sized ones may be.  30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, hot ‘Midnight’ pepMid
This is a relatively unknown ornamental pepper that I think more people should know about. It has very dark purple almost black foliage and upright small conical peppers, so good looking, even better looking in person. The fruit are medium purple at first. Then they get a light orange color and finally become red  once completely ripe. Photo of peppers is from beginning of Sept. I took a quick taste, and they are hot! LIMIT TWO packet per customer. 20 seed for $1.75.




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Pepper, Hot ‘NuMex Big Jim’
pepNMBJ
This variety of Anaheim pepper produces large fruit and in plentiful quantities. They are on the milder side of hot. They start off green and turn red when fully ripe. They are thick walled so they are also good for canning. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper ‘Padron aka ‘Pimientos de Padron’ pepPad
This pepper from Spain is a bit unusual in that they are quite mild at first but they become hot as they age so when they are eaten in the green stage (Which is what they do in Spain), it is a bit of a Russian roulette eating game of heat. The peppers look sort of like small cubanelles but deeper green in color. Plants grow to about 2′. 30 seeds for $1.50.
Sorry, now of stock. Hopefully back late fall 2014.
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Pepper, hot ‘Pasilla Bajio’ (Capsicum annuum) pepPasB
This is a mildly hot pepper. The long, to 7″, thin wrinkly peppers start off green and turn dark brown as they ripen. This explains the name Pasilla which means raisin. They are used in Mexican cooking for dishes like chicken mole. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, hot ‘Pequin aka ‘Piquin’(Bird Chiles) pepPeq
This is the small very hot oval red pepper that grows wild in Mexico and South America. Though hot they have a fruity flavor so people like to use them for making hot sauces. I always love teaching kids about this pepper and their nickname. When asking a class why they are called Bird Chiles, many answers would be given, but some kid would get it right and say because they eat them. I would of course say yes, and they eat the seeds, and then the birds fly away, go to the bathroom, and then you get a new pepper plant. This of course would be followed by lots of eeewwws! To see pics on Dave’s Garden, CLICK HERE. 30 seeds for $1.75.




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Pepper, Hot ‘Red Peter’ (Capsicum annuum)pepRP.
This infamous pepper is known for its umm…anatomical shape. It is medium hot. As with many medium hot peppers, the amount of heat will vary with growing conditions. 15 seeds for $1.50. LIMIT ONE per customer.
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Pepper ‘Yellow’ Peter pepYPe
Same as the pepper listed above, but yellow when ripe. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, hot ‘Sante Fe Grande’ pepSFG
This yellow hot pepper looks like a large jalapeno and has about the same amount of heat. As it ripens it turns to orange and then red. It is great for pickling and salsa. 30+ seeds for $1.50.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPepper, hot Serrano Tampiqueno  pepSerTam
Serrranos are small thin peppers about 2″ long . They are often used in Mexican cuisine, but they are hotter than jalapenos. They start off deep green and change to bright red as they mature. This variety of serrano plant grows to about 2 and 1/2 feet tall. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, hot ‘Tabasco (Capsicum frutescens) pepTab
This is of course the pepper of the famous sauce. It is an heirloom from the 1800′s. The plants grow big to about 4′ and get loaded up with small cigar shaped peppers. They do take a long season though! So if you live in a short season area, you will need to grow them in pots as to bring them in when the cooler weather comes. 30 seeds for $1.75.




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Pepper, hot ‘Thai Hot’ pepThai
By customer request~ The small, 8-10″, plants get loaded with very hot peppers that grow upwards. They turn bright red when ripe. East to dry. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, mildly hot ‘Tobago Seasoning (Capsicum chinense) pepToS
This is a very mild pepper with almost no heat. This fruit looks dangerous as they look like a red habanero, but they only have the flavor without the killer heat. 30 seeds for $1.75.




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peppertrinidadscorpionOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPepper, HOT ‘Trinidad Scorpion (Capsicum chinense) pepTSc
This pepper is the one that has kicked ‘Ghost’ out of the hottest pepper position, but at that much heat who can tell?! I have to wear a surgical mask for de-seeding of either variety. The peppers are really cool looking. They have a menacing tail hence the scorpion part of the name. Photo of ripening peppers is from 8/17/14. Bowl of peppers is from mid Sept.
15 seeds for $2.00.





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Peppers, SWEET:

Sweet Bell Pepper Mix (Capsicum annuum) pepBelMix
This is a mix of all of our REGULAR size BELL peppers (no elongated sweet peppers) listed below for a nice colorful collection.
50+ seeds for $2.00.

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Pepper, sweet bell ‘Big Red’ pepBigR
I couldn’t pass up offering an OP bell pepper with the name Big Red. This bell pepper starts off green and ripens to red of course. It is purported to be thick walled and very sweet. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA‘Chervena Chushka’ (Capsicum annuum) pepChCh
I was very happy with this pepper this year as it wasn’t the best weather for peppers. The plants had a nice amount of fruit. The pepper walls are thick, and the flavor is sweet, very tasty. Green fruit photo is from 08/17. Ripe peppers are from early Oct.  30 seeds for $1.75.





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Pepper, sweet ‘Chinese Giant
pepCGi
This is a heirloom originally introduced in 1900 by Burpee. The fruit are regular sized 4″(5-6″ with lots of love) bells that turns from green to red. When it was originally introduced, this was a very large sized fruit which explains that part of the name. I suspect the Chinese part came from Burpee marketing. Anything from the other side of the world at that time was new and exotic, a must have. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, Sweet ‘Corno Di Toro Rosso’ (Capsicum annuum) pepCDTR
Corno di toro rosso means red bull’s horn. This is my favorite long sweet red pepper. To me they don’t have that greenness of flavor that some peppers still have after turning color. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, sweet ‘ Corno Di Toro Giallo’ pepCDTG
This is the yellow version of the above mentioned pepper. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, sweet ‘Corno Di Toro’ Mix
pepCorMix
A mix of the red and yellow versions of this pepper. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, sweet bell ‘Diamond’ aka ‘White Diamond’ pepDia
Instead of green like most bell peppers, this pepper starts off white then turns yellow and when completely ripe turns red. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, sweet ‘Feherozon‘ aka Feher Ozon pepFeh
This is a very nice sweet pepper. It produced large thick walled conical peppers quite fast. They start off creamy yellow, then to orange, and eventually turn bright red when ripe. Though they make fruit fast, they do take awhile to mature completely. The plants are compact, very good for containers. It can also be used as a sweet paprika pepper. The fruit hug the inside of the plants making getting a good pic difficult. The first pic is from July 24th, the second Sept. 5th. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, sweet ‘Frank’s pepFra
These plants are compact and productive. They fruit early and peppers turn from green to red quickly. The peppers are elongated and sweet. The only downfall of this variety to me is the peppers are thin walled, but you can’t have every thing. Photo was taken Aug. 14th. 30 seeds for $1.75.
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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPepper, sweet ‘King of the North pepKOTN
I found this pepper to be very easy to grow and set fruit early. Photo of plant full of green peppers is from 08/18. (Click pic to enlarge as you can’t see a thing at thumbnail size.) They do take a bit to become fully ripe, but they will ripen in time for even short season gardens. As you can see from the left pic they  really are big and beautiful. They have thick walls. The flavor for me was ok not as sweet as I like, but otherwise this cultivar is full of wonderful attributes. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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Pepper, Sweet bell ‘Purple Beauty’ (Capsicum annuum) pepPB
This pretty bell pepper turns purple at maturity. It was early for a bell pepper for me this year(’09.) Grows well in pots. Thick walled. 30 seeds for $1.25.

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Pepper, sweet bell ‘Quadrato Giallo D’Asti’ pepQuad
This Italian pepper is a big blocky bell which turns yellow when ripe. So the translation of the name, Yellow Square of Asti, makes perfect sense. Since the town of Asti is famous for its sweet sparkling white wine, I’m going to assume the foodies there know a good sweet pepper when they taste one. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, sweet ‘Red Cherry pepRCh
For those of you who want to make stuffed cherry peppers, and don’t want the heat, this is it. Red Cherry is a very old heirloom with thick walls, excellent for canning. 30 for $1.50.




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Pepper, Sweet ‘Red Mini Bell’ (Capsicum annuum) pepRMB.
This cute mini bell pepper turns red at maturity. The peppers are great for salads and appetizers, canning too. These plants are productive. Photo is of mini bells with full sized bell behind. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, Sweet ‘Yellow Mini Bell’ (Capsicum annuum) pepYMB.
This pepper is the yellow version on Red Mini Bell. Photo is of mini bells with full sized bell behind. 30 seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, Sweet ‘Yellow and Red Mini Bell Mix’ (Capsicum annuum) pepMIX.
Can’t decide or would like just a bit of both? 30+seed for $1.50.

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Pepper, sweet ‘Romanian Sweet’ pepRoS
This sweet pepper is early and productive. They are like an elongated bell. Some are blockier as in the photo some are more tapered. They start off as shown, light yellow, and if left to ripen they will turn red. 30 seeds for $1.50.
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Pepper, sweet(a little spicy) ‘Stavros’ pepStav
This is a Pepperoncini pepper from Greece. When small and yellow/green, they are picked and pickled. I love pepperoncinis. I actually make sandwiches out of them with nice hearty Italian bread. You can of course let them grow, and use them like and other pepper. They will turn red when fully ripe. 30 seeds for $1.50.
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Pepper, sweet ‘Sweet Banana’ aka ‘Hungarian Sweet’ pepSwB
I’ve found banana(also known as wax or Hungarian) peppers incredibly easy to grow and very productive. This one of course is a popular old standard. It was an AAS winner in 1941. The fruit grow up to 6″ long. They are yellow, but left to ripen completely, they turn red. 30+ seeds for $1.50.

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Pepper, sweet bell ‘Sweet Chocolate’ (Capsicum annuum) pepSChoco
This pepper was developed at the University of New Hampshire by Professor Elwyn Meader who was very instrumental in introducing many new varieties of fruits and vegetables. This variety is novel in its color, ripening to chocolate on the outside and having a deep interior. Though I think anyone would enjoy growing this. Having been bred up north it is also excellent for short season growers. 30 seeds for $1.50

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Pepper, sweet ‘Topepo Rosso pepTRo
This  is a heirloom Italian pimento type pepper. It has 2″x 2″ fruit and they have some ribbing like cheese peppers. It has thick walls and is quite sweet. 30 seeds for $1.50.




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25 Comments »

  • mary sterrett says:

    the szegedi is actually a paprika pepper

  • remy says:

    Hi Mary,
    So are you saying it is used primarily for drying in Hungary? I used it as a fresh pepper.
    Remy

  • Jerry Taylor says:

    I’m trying to acquire seed for Scorpion ( Butch T ) that are not outragously priced . I already have about 10 Ghost plants that have started flowering . I am a devout CHILI HEAD !!!!! Jerry

  • remy says:

    Hi Jerry,
    I am not growing the Scorpion pepper. I probably should of sought it out, but didn’t. I know some of the prices on the really hot ones are outrageous.
    I’m glad to hear you have lots of Ghosts! I am growing them again this year. I am also growing the Chocolate Ghosts this year too. They are nice looking pepper.
    I’ll have to grow the Scorpion pepper next year.

  • jack holderman says:

    thank you remy
    i got my seeds………… i look forward to doing some more ordering late this winter………….

  • remy says:

    You’re welcome Jack!

  • Bob says:

    Hi Remy,

    I see that you have red and yellow minis. I was wondering if green, orange, and purple minis existed as well?

    Also, I live in zone 5; which varieties of sweet peppers grow well here?

  • remy says:

    Hi Bob,
    Man people do not know this, but green is not a true variety color for peppers. Green peppers are always unripe, and will turn another color when fully mature. There is an orange mini. I’m sure about a purple mini that is sweet. There are definitely mini purples that are hot.
    In zone 5, you can grow most any pepper. You of course must start them early. Once the temps are warm out, I recommend planting out in pots. I find they do very well in them. If you do plant in the ground, make sure the ground is warm and in a very sunny spot. Black permeable landscape fabric might be a good idea. But another advantage to pots is that if you do end up with a late maturing variety, you can bring the pot inside to finish ripening if need be.
    All that being said, some types of peppers are easier to grow than others. Jalapenos and Hungarian are probably the easiest to grow. Habaneros and Poblanos are probably the toughest ones since they often do not mature early.
    Hope that helps,
    Remy

  • isong says:

    ship seeds to worldwide or not
    thank you

  • remy says:

    Here is our page with all our Shipping to Foreign Countries information.
    http://www.sampleseeds.com/?page_id=4151
    Hope that helps,
    Remy

  • jack holderman says:

    remy i was wondering if you were going to get any of the super hot seeds like the butch t

    thanks
    jck

  • remy says:

    Hi Jack,
    No, I did not grow any Butch T peppers. The hottest I grew this year were the Ghost, regular and Chocolate. I will have to get seeds for next season as there is no way to get them for sale unless I grow them myself.
    Remy

  • Samer says:

    hi there.

    I am from Bosnia and I have been ordering seeds from abroad without any problems (uk mainly), yet you state that you can not ship (seeds not allowed…). Can you please double check that, as there should be no problems.

  • remy says:

    Hi Samer,
    It may have changed recently. For regular mail they are prohibited.
    http://www.fedex.com/us/international/irc/profiles/irc_ba_profile.html
    There is certificates require on both ends now when seed is to be imported. http://ceftatradeportal.com/bosnia/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&layout=item&id=45&Itemid=64&lang=en
    Some packages may make it through, but I do not ship to countries with regulations like that listed as I do not packages disappearing. I can not afford to replace lost packages, and I do not want disappointed customers who never get the seeds they bought.
    Remy

  • Samer says:

    thanks for quick reply – I was not aware of this, I actually received last shipment just yesterday. thanks in any case, regards.

  • DAC596 says:

    Do you have the “dong gochu” seed yet?

  • remy says:

    Hi, Yes, they will be added shortly. Because of the death in the family, I got behind on testing the peppers and adding them in etc. Sorry to be so slow this year, normally we are more on time.

  • jack holderman says:

    remy
    i wanted to leave a postive feedback on the ghost pepper seeds i got from you back in summer. i planted 6 seeds last saturday out of the pack you sent me. and 5 have sprouted. this is my first time starting anything from seeds……………………….. im so happy thank you and merry christmas

  • Remy says:

    Hi Jack,
    So glad to hear especially since it is your fist attempt!
    Merry Christmas,
    Remy

  • Gala says:

    Remy,
    What is the price for Pepper sweet ‘Red Cherry‘?
    Price is not shown on the Peppers Seeds page.

  • remy says:

    Oops, it is 30 for $1.50. I’ll fix that right now.

  • clayton says:

    Love your site, please start carrying Chicken Heart Peppers (Hinkelhatz ) they are a realy cool old old heirloom the produces lots !

  • remy says:

    Hi Clayton,
    I will see if I can find some seeds to grow.
    Remy

  • tarpalsfan says:

    Hi,
    To the person looking for Scorpion pepper seed:
    I saw Trinidad Scorpion Moruga seeds at the Sand Hill Preservation center.

  • remy says:

    Thanks for the info.
    I will be growing Trinidad Scorpion peppers this year so hopefully I will have seeds this fall.
    Remy

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