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Hot Peppers

The first peppers were hot peppers.  With a variety of colors, sizes, flavors and heat levels, there is a pepper for every palate.

  • Aji Limon (Lemon Drop) Pepper

    80 days.  This little Equadorian pepper is packed with flavor.  About as hot as a cayenne or hot jalapeno, it is good raw or use it to make an interesting and delicious yellow garlic hot sauce.   Minimum of 10 seeds per packet.

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  • Anaheim Pepper

    77 day.  A mild long, green chili pepper that is a great choice for making chili rellenos.  The can grow very large and are thicker than most chili peppers.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.

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  • Anaheim Pepper - Organic

    77 day.  A mild long, green chili pepper that is a great choice for making chili rellenos.  The can grow very large and are thicker than most chili peppers.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.

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  • Ancho (Poblano) Pepper

    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 little slower to mature than...

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  • Bhut Jolokia (Ghost) Pepper

    100-120 days.  One of the hottest peppers, originally from Northeast India, it was cultivated for food and for protection.  It was used to add heat to curries, combined with pork or fish, and also smeared on fence posts to keep the wild...

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  • Cascabel Pepper

    Also known as the rattle pepper, it has always been one of my favorites.  Round to oblong peppers ripen red and are best dried.  It can be as hot as a jalapeno or a bit hotter.  It has a smoky and almost fruity flavor that is delicious in...

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  • 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 and ready to be ground for my...

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  • Cayenne Pepper - Organic

    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 and ready to be ground for my...

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  • 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 their hot and smoky flavor...

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  • Cubanelle Pepper

    This Cuban pepper is one of the mildest of the hot peppers.  It is similar to an Italian frying pepper, starting off light green and ripening red.  Many call it a sweet pepper, but it can have a little heat as well.  A great multi-purpose...

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  • 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 both fresh and dried. ...

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  • Early Jalapeno Pepper - Organic

    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 both fresh and dried. ...

    $3.75
  • Greek Golden Pepperocini Pepper - Organic

    70 days.  With shorter fruit than Italian Pepperocini, this is the pepper that you commonly find pickled in jars at the grocery store.  It is usually picked and pickled in its yellow stage, though it will turn red if left on the plant.  It...

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  • 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.    Minimum of 10 seeds per...

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  • Habanero Pepper

    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 before serving.  The...

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