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  1. Sweet Red Cherry Pepper

    SWEET RED CHERRY PEPPER (75 days)

    Yields of 1 to 2 inch fruit could be described as "everbearing". Small plants produce dozens of these round, flattened fruit turning from green to red. Flavor is fine and they are ideal for canning, pickling, or stuffing. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  2. Aconcagua Pepper

    ACONCAGUA PEPPER (heirloom)

    Argentinian HEIRLOOM This very large pepper plant is named after a mountain in Argentina where it originated. Plants can grow close to 3 feet in height and probably need to be supported as the fruit set is very heavy. Fruit can come close to a foot in length and ripen from green to orange to red. They have great flavor for fresh use at any stage of maturity and are great for roasting when fully mature. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  3. New Ace Pepper

    NEW ACE PEPPER (F1 hybrid 62 days)

    The big advantage of this variety is that it sets fruit well in cool weather and thus is a good choice for the North and coastal regions in particular. The fruits are medium in size and flavor is good. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  4. Italian Pepperoncini

    ITALIAN PEPPERONCINI PEPPER (75 days)

    These peppers are just mildly hot by Italian standards, really nothing by Latino or Asian standards. You will get an abundance - (dozens) of 5 inch, elongated fruit, a light green, turning to red. Pick these small for pickling and to increase yields. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  5. Cubanelle Pepper

    CUBANELLE PEPPER (65 days)

    This frying type pepper is a must in many Mediterranean dishes. The fruit is an elongated and flattened yellowish green changing to red. Walls aren't particularly thick. Quite productive and early. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  6. Habanero Hot Pepper

    HABANERO HOT PEPPER

    HEIRLOOM The loveliest fruits and plants and the hottest of all the chiles. Habanero can be successfully grown in our climate although yields will be higher in areas with a longer growing season. This variety is also called Scotch Bonnet and the fruits, beautiful, deep orange when mature, do indeed resemble a tam in shape. Here, plants are only a little over a foot high and the light green, serrated leaves are very attractive. Yields of green peppers run about 10 per plant with a few of these turning orange. Peppers are pretty good sized 1 1/2 x 3 inches. Try this much sought after variety. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  7. Mini Belle Blend

    MINI BELLE BLEND PEPPER

    Germ 10-14 days. The wee little peppers in this blend are such a blast of fun to grow in either in the garden or on the patio. Peppers are tiny, some only being an inch long and wide. Compact plants grow to 15 inches in height. Absolutely cute and robustly sweet tasting added to salads, vegetable platters or for mini stuffed pepper hour d'oeuvres. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  8. Red Hot Cherry Pepper

    RED HOT CHERRY PEPPER (77 days)

    These peppers are red hot and used primarily for pickling. Fruit are one to two inches across, round, and flattened. Plants are small and color turns from deep green turning to dark red. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  9. Diamond Pepper

    DIAMOND PEPPER (78 days)

    A creamy, white skinned pepper with a mild flavor. Good yields of bell shaped fruit are borne quite early on sturdy, 2 foot plants. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  10. King of the North Pepper

    KING OF NORTH PEPPER

    Heirloom 1934. It is a challenge trying to grow fabulous peppers when you live in the north, with a cool and short season. But when you run back from the garden with the first harvest of a succulent sweet red pepper you will be glad you have chosen this variety! The average size fruit is 6" x 4" with blocky, thick walls producing very well on a medium size, multi branching plant. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  11. Red Cheese Pepper

    RED CHEESE PEPPER (85 days)

    This heirloom pepper has a distinctive flattened and dimpled shape and can be dried to produce paprika. It is thought to be the original pepper from which the bell pepper was selected. Plant is erect and over 2 feet tall. Also known as squash pepper. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  12. Corno di Toro Pepper

    CORNO DI TORO PEPPER (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM These bull's horn peppers are a deep green turning to a vivid bright red and are exceptionally sweet and tasty. Fruits are 6 to 8 inches in length. Great for both fresh use and frying. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

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