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Pepper

These American natives, loaded with Vitamin C, come in hundreds of varieties and can spice up a favorite dish or be a meal's centerpiece (think stuffed). Most heirloom pepper types prefer plenty of sunshine and long seasons — start them indoors well before spring days turn warm. Try several types — hot, sweet, and flavorful — to add to your favorite salsa recipe or to brighten up stir-frys.

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  • Pepper, Anaheim

    Anaheim

    Excellent for roasting or frying. High yielding plants produce mildly hot fruits.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Aurora

    Aurora (Organic)

    These beautiful ornamental plants grow up to 1-foot tall — perfect for pots!

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Black Hungarian 1

    Black Hungarian

    Dark green foliage is highlighted by purple veins and beautiful purple flowers.

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Bull Nose Bell 1

    Bullnose

    Grown at Monticello by Thomas Jefferson and listed in 1863 by Fearing Burr.

    $3.00
  • Bullnose Peppers

    Bullnose (Baker Creek)

    Popular in early American gardens and was grown by Thomas Jefferson.

    $2.50
  • California Wonder Pepper

    California Wonder

    A popular old-time variety. Sturdy, high-yielding plants produce bell-type fruits.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Candlelight 1

    Candlelight

    Ornamental plants measure less than 16-inch tall. Perfect for containers!

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Joe's Long Cayenne 1

    Cayenne

    Productive plants yield fiery fruits. Great for fresh eating or drying.

    $3.00
  • Cayenne Pepper

    Cayenne (Baker Creek)

    Vigorous and very productive. Beautiful fruits turn bright red when ripe.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Chocolate Beauty 1

    Chocolate Beauty

    Excellent flavor. Shiny bell-type fruits ripen to a gorgeous chocolate brown.

    $3.00
  • Pepper Chocolate Habanero 1

    Chocolate Habanero

    These potent habaneros carry a massive 300,000 Scoville units of heat. HOT!

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Emerald Giant 1

    Emerald Giant

    Vigorous plants produce heavy yields of dark green fruit that turns red when ripe.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Fish 1

    Fish

    Traditionally used in crab houses around Chesapeake Bay — MEDIUM HOT.

    $3.00
  • Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia)

    Ghost (Bhut Jolokia)

    More than 1,000,000 sizzlin’ Scoville units! Please use extreme caution.

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Hot Portugal 1

    Hot Portugal

    Sturdy upright plants produce heavy yields early in the growing season.

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Jalapeno Traveler Strain

    Jalapeno (Organic)

    Sturdy plants are covered in HOT jalapenos that average three inches long.

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Jimmy Nardello's

    Jimmy Nardello

    One of the best sweet varieties you will ever taste! Productive low-growing plants.

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Sweet King of the North

    King of the North

    Excellent for short-season growers. Produces blocky fruit that is sweet and tasty!

    $2.50
  • Lemon Drop Pepper

    Lemon Drop

    Bright yellow, citrus flavored fruits produce a pleasant burn with the heat of a cayenne.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Lipstick 1

    Lipstick

    This Lipstick variety is early to mature and ripens well in northern climates.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Melrose

    Melrose

    Great fresh or fried! This true Italian variety turns brilliant-red when ripe.

    $2.50
  • Pepperoncini pepper

    Pepperoncini

    This popular Italian variety is bursting with flavor and just a touch of heat.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Purple Beauty

    Purple Beauty

    High-yielding, compact plants produce dark purple, bell-type fruits.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Quadrato d'Asti Giallo 1

    Quadrato d’Asti Giallo

    The largest variety we have grown with bright yellow flesh and a blocky shape.

    $2.50
  • Red Habanero Pepper Seeds

    Red Habanero

    These potent pods of pleasure have a rich, smoky-citrus flavor. Very HOT!

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Red Marconi 1

    Red Marconi

    Great for frying or fresh eating! This famous Italian variety yields large fruits.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Rooster Spur

    Rooster Spur (Organic)

    Plants are loaded with 1-1/2″ fruits, 24″ tall. Ideal for container gardening.

    $3.00
  • Scotch Bonnet Pepper

    Scotch Bonnet

    Attractive, golden-yellow fruits with superb flavor and shocking heat.

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Sheepnose

    Sheepnose (Organic)

    Flavorful with sweet and meaty, dark-red flesh — perfect for canning!

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Sweet Chocolate

    Sweet Chocolate (Baker Creek)

    Medium-sized, semi-bell shaped fruits mature early and taste great.

    $2.75
  • Pepper, Sweet Chocolate

    Sweet Chocolate (Organic)

    An early bell-type with brown skin and red flesh. Perfect for short season areas.

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Sweet Yellow Stuffing

    Sweet Yellow Stuffing

    Great stuffed or pickled! These productive plants yield mini bell-shaped pods.

    $2.50
  • Tam Jalapeno Pepper

    Tam Jalapeno

    A palate pleaser with a nice, mellow burn. Tasty, yet not too hot!

    $2.50
  • Pepper, Tequila Sunrise

    Tequila Sunrise (Organic)

    An ornamental plant with delicious fruit. Crisp, crunchy and mildly sweet.

    $3.00
  • Pepper, Thai Hot

    Thai Hot

    Great for pots! Compact plants are loaded with decorative red pods.

    $3.00
  • Thai Pepper Seeds

    Thai Red Chili

    These bright red fruits have big flavor and a fiery kung fu kick to the chops.

    $2.50