An assortment of hot peppers that include habaneros, jalapenos, chilies, poblanos, anchos and more!
The Anaheim pepper has mild to medium heat for a chili pepper. Great for roasting, stuffing, stews, sauces and eaten raw.
The Poblano is a pepper of many wonderful uses including salsa, grilling, stir fried or stuffed.
The Ancho is a tantalizing pepper with a slight taste of apple flavor. these mild 4- to 6-inch peppers.
The Cayenne Long Red Slim is long and slender pepper that produces unbelievably high yields. This pepper is excellent for drying, pickling and fresh eating.
The Habanero speaks for itself. One of the most well known peppers for its hotness. This pepper will mature from silvery green to bright orange.
A flavorful habanero pepper that is great for container plantings and patio gardens.
This beautiful chocolate brown Pepper can be dried and smoked like the Chipotle, to produce an exquisite flavored sauce.
The Jalapeno M is a heavy yielding, average hotness pepper. These peppers have thick walls with a pungent smell!
The Early Jalapeno variety produces early and continuously great peppers. These fruits have a dark green, thick skin that forms to the shape of a cone.
A skinny peppers with medium thin walls maturing to a bright red color on thirty inch tall plants.
Peppers are mildly hot, have thick walls, and turn from yellow, to orange, to red when mature.
Guajillo pepper produces high yields of 3" long by 1" wide hot peppers. Peppers turn from green to an orange-red-brown color when mature.
The Tabasco pepper is a very hot pepper that turns green to red. Grows to a size of .5" x 1.5" and reaches 30,000+ Scovilles.
A Super Chili pepper, bred for compact, 15" inch plants cover with fruits. These hot peppers can reach upwards of 37,500 Scovilles.
The small naturally bushy plant produces hundreds of small, teardrop shaped, hot chillies.
This pepper has a bold, smoky flavor great for sauces. The Chili de Arbol pepper produces a bush that can reach 3-4'.
One of the hottest peppers available. The Caribbean Red is a wrinkled, red-ripe fruit that needs to be handled with caution!
A great small bell pepper that is an All American Selection winner. Cajun Belle matures early and is a very heavy yielder.
Hottest pepper in the world. A sweet chocolate-cherry under tone with hint of citrus. Guinness book of World Records has it at 1,569,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU).
Use with caution! This is a wonderful blend of red, yellow, purple, white and chocolate Bhut Jolokia (Ghost) pepper seeds. Ghost pepper can reach over 1,000,000 Scovilles.
An old heirloom that is grown as much for shock as it is for culinary value. Excellent for chili powder! Pods are 4-6 inches long with blunt ends that resemble a mans private area. No joke!
Yellow Ghost Pepper! Among the World's Hottest Pepper! Use with caution, wrinkled yellow pepper.
The Ghost Pepper! One of the world's hottest peppers! Eat with caution.