This pepper is a dependable producer of 7 inch long by 3 inch wide hot peppers. The fruits turn from green to red when mature. Mildly hot, with a bite. May need staking because of the heavy yields. Used in Mexican cooking, excellent for making chili rellenos and for canning. Good disease resistance. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
The semi-compact plant will produce great yields of 1" wide by 3" long deep green peppers, maturing to red. The thick-walled, mild fruits look almost identical to their hot cousin and have the distinctive taste of a jalapeno without the intense heat. You'll want to use these in salsa, sauces, stir frys, relish trays and it makes an excellent pickled pepper if you'd like to put up a few pints for winter. Try some stuffed and grilled, too. The plant will grow 24-28" in height and may need some support to help with the abundant crop.
Produces high yields of thick-walled, medium hot, 8-9" by 1" peppers. Fruits turn from green to red. Great for making homemade salsa and hot sauce. Can also be used in soups, stir-fry or roasted. Excellent for canning. High disease resistance makes them a great garden choice. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
This plant produces large crops of large, tapered, elongated fruits that grow 8" long with a sweet smoky flavor. Matures from green to red quickly. Adapts well to all sorts of growing conditions. Robust plant grows up to 30" tall. Great for eating fresh, but is best when grilled. Good disease resistance.
A medium size plant with a continuous fruiting habit that will produce high yields of yellow, wedge-shaped 3-5" peppers tapering to a blunt nose. Great for frying, grilling, stuffing or fresh in salads. Good disease resistance with excellent foliage cover for the fruits.
The habanero pepper is one of the hottest peppers! This high yielding plant has blocky, wrinkled fruits that are 2" long by 1" wide. They start green, then mature to orange. Productive 24" plants should be fertilized when blooms appear. Use in Mexican dishes or as a garnish. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
High yielding pepper, ideal for canning. Abundant yields of mildly hot, 5" smooth, tapering peppers. This chili is ideal for pickling, roasting, stuffing, soups, stews and frying. Light yellow fruits, maturing to red and orange shades. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
Also known as Hot Wax peppers, this variety is very prolific, with abundant yields of pungent, mildly hot fruits. Many cooks add these peppers to soups and stews, stir fry dishes, or they are excellent as a stuffed pepper. This variety is also great for canning. Fruits appear early on the 36-48" tall plants and are 5" long by 1 1/2" wide, tapering at the ends. Color ranges from light yellow, maturing to oranges and reds. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
The jalapeno is an early producing petite pepper. These peppers mature from green to red. High yields of 2-1/2" long fruits on 24-32" compact plants. Excellent when eaten fresh or cooked in Mexican and Western dishes. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
Very sweet peppers have thick walls, and turn from green to bright red when mature. It is one of the most dependable producers of sweet peppers on the market, even in cooler climates. Disease resistant. Excellent for salads and stuffing.
This pepper has a rich purple color on a compact plant, good for containers. It is a blocky, thick-walled pepper, about 4" square. Matures from green to a rich, dark purple, with a very sweet flavor. Excellent for fresh eating, cooking, vegetable and relish platters, or stuffed for an unusual look.
The sweet and crispy peppers mature to a deep red and produce 6" by 4" fruits. Great eye appeal for raw vegetable platters. Excellent for stuffed peppers. The 25-35" plants will produce abundant fruit and may need staking to support the plant and crop.
This pepper has excellent flavor. The beautiful, 4" by 2" tapered fruits start out ivory-colored (60 days), turn orange, then mature to red (80 days). All three color stages can appear at once. The sweet, full flavored peppers are perfect for salads, grilling, or roasting. Heavy yielding, may need staking for support.
Small hot peppers, good fresh or dried. These 1-2" finger-shaped hot peppers can be picked green, or wait until they mature to red. Use fresh, canned, or dried. Great for salsa, and hot relishes. Use in Mexican and Western dishes. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
Giant yields and fruit, vigorous plants. Glossy green fruit with thick walls and firm shape reaching 7 inches long. Vigorous, 30 inch plants produce all season long. Great whether eaten fresh, cooked, or stuffed. Peppers mature from green to red. Plant after danger of frost has passed. Huge yields of extra large peppers.
Spicy peppers on semi-compact plants. Hybrid chili bred for increased yields and ornamental appeal. Container friendly. Small, 2-3" thin fleshed peppers on upright, 15" semi-compact plants, they mature from green to red. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
Excellent flavor, high yielding plant. Old time favorite, non-bell sweet pepper. Elongated 6" fruits start out a pale green, maturing to yellow, then a deep scarlet. Sweet and mild flavor, used in salads, relishes, frying and as a tasty sandwich topper. Excellent for canning, with high yields of fruit all season.
Ornamental pepper that is hot and zesty. These 1" long peppers can be used in containers, border plantings, or baskets. They grow 8-10" tall and will mature from green to red. Use sparingly in oriental cooking, soups and stir fry. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
This pepper has a bold color and a pleasing, sweet flavor. Attractive American hybrid will produce big yields of 3-4 lobed, blocky green peppers that ripen to a deep tangerine-orange color at maturity. Excellent fresh, stuffed, or sliced. Vigorous and bushy growth habits and high disease resistance.
This 3-4 lobed, blocky bell pepper is a creamy white and will mature to a bright orange or red. Its mild, sweet flavor, firm texture, and interesting color make this an excellent pepper for salads, fresh eating, vegetable platters, stuffing, and cooking.
These plants produce a 4", thick-walled, deep golden fruit with 3-4 lobes. It is an easy to grow variety, with sweet flavor and crispy texture. Starts green, turns yellow quickly, then matures to deep golden color. Excellent for cooking, eye catching on raw vegetable platters, or stuff for a different look.
The distinctive taste of habanero without the heat! The bright and shiny red fruits are abundant on the 30" tall plants. The blocky little 1-1/2" long by 1" wide fruits will ripen from green to cardinal red in late summer. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
This mini bell pepper has a unique taste, mildly hot, yet sweet. The mostly 3-lobed fruits are 2 inches wide by 3 inches long and if left on the plants will mature from green to deep red with flavors intensifying. The 24 inch square plants are disease tolerant, robust, prolific producers and are a perfect patio container size. Use in Cajun cooking, grill, stuff or add some to a fresh salad for a little kick of heat.
Blocky, bell-shaped fruit has a smooth green skin. Medium in size with firm walls and 4 lobes. The 18-24" plants need little care once established in the garden. Fruits mature from green to red, with sweetness becoming more intense. Use fresh, cooked, or stuffed.
Very hot pepper, 5" long by 1-1/2" thick, good fresh or dried. Use fresh, cooked in ethnic dishes, or these are easily dried for winter use. Wrinkled, curved fruits mature from green to red. As with all hot peppers, remember to wear gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after picking or preparing these fruits.
It's a mildly spicy pepper, and each pepper will grow to about 3 to 4 inches. It has good cold tolerance and its dense foliage cover protects the fruits from sun scorch, plus it performs well in extreme heat. Each plant has a heavy yield of these excellent peppers!
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