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Only Heirloom Varieties - No Hybrids - No GMOs - Family Owned and Operated



Originally from the Americas, peppers have been transported to all corners of the globe and bred into unique varieties specific to all kinds of local cuisines. From Central America to Eastern Europe to Asia, exploring our wide variety of peppers is like a trip around the world. From French omelets, to Mexican salsas, to Hungarian stuffed peppers, to Spanish Romesco sauces, to Indian Vindaloos, we love peppers and never have enough around. Peppers grow best in warm climates, but there are short-season choices for northern growers as well.

Items marked with a star are Annie's Favorites.

Minimum 25 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • Alma Paprika Pepper
    $2.75 Alma Paprika Pepper
    70-80 day.  An excellent pepper for drying or for fresh eating.  It ripens from creamy white to orange to red and has a nice sweetness and a little heat.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
  • Ancho (Poblano) Pepper *
    $2.50 Ancho (Poblano) Pepper *
    90 day.  I love poblano peppers.  It's a hot pepper, but very mild and full of pepper flavor.  It makes a wonderful stuffing pepper for chili rellenos, or a good base pepper for a mild Mexican salsa.  A...
  • Annie's Favorite Peppers Collection
    $5.50 Annie's Favorite Peppers Collection
    This is a collection of our favorite peppers, with a traditional bell, a stuffing pepper, a hot pepper, a spectacular Italian sweet pepper, and fun Banana peppers. 10 seeds of each of the following varieties: Bull...
  • Black Hungarian Pepper
    $2.50 Black Hungarian Pepper
    70-80 days.  This very ornamental pepper has dark green foliage with dark purple veins, beautiful purple flowers, and shiny black peppers that ripen red.  ,It is a medium hot pepper, similar in heat to jalapeno,...
  • Bull Nose Pepper
    $2.75 Bull Nose Pepper
    58 days.  This red bell pepper was grown by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello.  Great flavor, on productive sturdy plants.  Under certain growing conditions, the ribs can become hot.   Minimum of 25 seeds...
  • Cajun Tobasco Pepper
    $2.25 Cajun Tobasco Pepper
    75 day.  A Cajun specialty pepper, and the original one used for Tobasco sauce.  It is very flavorful and a good variety to grow to make your own hot pepper sauce.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • California Wonder Pepper
    $2.00 California Wonder Pepper
    70 days.  A wonderful bell pepper, thick-walled and blocky.  It has an excellent flavor, and is a great choice for a green bell pepper, or allow it to ripen to red for a delicious red bell pepper.  It's an...
  • Cayenne Pepper
    $2.00 Cayenne Pepper
    85 day.  The traditional hot red pepper used to flavor lots of dishes, Cayenne is a nicely flavored hot pepper.  It is easy to grow and easy to dry.  I just leave them out on the counter till they are dry...
  • Chile de Arbol Pepper
    $2.50 Chile de Arbol Pepper
    90 day.  Originally from Chihuahua, Mexico, these are known as Birds Beak or Tree Chili peppers.  They grow on 3-4 feet tall, tree shaped plants with lots of small cayenne type peppers.  They are valued for...
  • Chocolate Bell Pepper
    $3.00 Chocolate Bell Pepper
    60-85 days.  This unique heirloom ripes to chocolate brown, with thick sweet flesh.  It is a fairly fast pepper, good for northern growers.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
  • Corno di Toro Giallo Pepper *
    $2.00 Corno di Toro Giallo Pepper *
    75-85 day.  Amazingly sweet, this long, thin, yellow Italian sweet pepper is both delicious and prolific.  Traditionally used as a frying pepper, this is the yellow strain of the Corno di Toro pepper...
  • Corno di Toro Rosso Pepper
    $2.00 Corno di Toro Rosso Pepper
    75-85 day.  A long, thin, red Italian sweet pepper.  Very sweet and flavorful, they are traditionally used as a frying pepper.  I love the rich, sweet flavor.  A yellow strain of this pepper is called...
  • Early Jalapeno Pepper
    $2.50 Early Jalapeno Pepper
    70-80 day.  A wonderful Mexican hot pepper.  It is both hot and flavorful and can be used in anything from salsa to roasted stuffed peppers to jalapeno poppers.  It is dark green, ripening to red, and is used...
  • Golden Treasure Pepper
    $3.00 Golden Treasure Pepper
    80 days.  This is a wonderful sweet pepper.  Large, long, thin golden yellow Italian sweet peppers.  They are incredibly sweet.  Traditionally used as an Italian frying pepper, these are great raw or...
  • Guajillo Pepper
    $3.00 Guajillo Pepper
    85 days.  A wonderful dried chili used to make salsa and chili powder.  About 6-8 inch long red-brown peppers with moderate heat.  I really enjoy this pepper roasted, peeled and sliced in a squash soup...
  • Habanero Pepper
    $2.75 Habanero Pepper
    90-100 day.  One of the hottest peppers, habaneros are also very flavorful.  Once you get past the heat, they have an almost apricot fruitiness.  I like to simmer a few in tomato sauce, removing the peppers...
  • Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper
    $2.00 Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper
    70 day.  Hungarian Hot Wax is both early and prolific.  A milder hot pepper, it can be used fresh, dried or cooked.  It's a favorite sliced for salads or cooked on pizza.  It's a good choice for those...
  • Italian Pepperoncini Pepper
    $2.50 Italian Pepperoncini Pepper
    75 days.  The traditional Italian pickling pepper, it produces high yields of long, thin sweet peppers.  Beautiful yellow peppers that ripen red, they are excellent both pickled or eaten raw.    Minimum...
  • Jalapeno M Pepper
    $2.00 Jalapeno M Pepper
    70-80 day.  Jalapeno M is the standard Jalapeno that you see in grocery stores.  It is both hot and flavorful and can be used in anything from salsa to roasted stuffed peppers to jalapeno poppers.  It is dark...
  • Jupiter Bell Pepper
    $3.00 Jupiter Bell Pepper
    70 day.  Known for it's great size and delicious flavor, Jupiter is typically grown as a green bell pepper which ripens red.  It produces uniform, medium sized fruit.   Minimum of 15 seeds per packet...

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