The Chile de Arbol Pepper has a bold, smoky flavor that is great for different sauces. This pepper variety produces a bush that can reach 3-4'. These peppers look similar to the long and thin cayenne peppers. The Chile de Arbol Pepper is very popular in Mexican cooking and commonly added to soups, sauces and almost anything. This pepper is considered superior to many other peppers for its heat and smoky flavor!
The Peter, aka Willy, Pepper gets it's name, well because of what it resembles! This variety is an old heirloom that is grown as much for its shock value as it is for for its culinary value. Peter is an excellent pepper for chili powder! Its pods are 4-6 inches long with blunt ends that resemble a mans private area, no joke!
The Buena Mulata Pepper is beautiful ornamental hot pepper that ripens from a vivid violet to zesty orange, then to deep red! This old heirloom variety traces back to Horace Pippin, an African-American folk artist. When ripe, the pepper will get to around 6 inches in length and will have a heat level that is similar to a cayenne pepper. The Buena Mulata can be used fresh or dried to give any dish a slight kick!
The Lemon Drop is an excellent seasoning pepper from Peru with some heat! When mature it will ripen to be a bright yellow that occasionally turns a purple blush depending on maturity. The Lemon Drop's crisp and clean, uncomplicated flavor is hot with some citrus notes. Its Scovilles top out at 35,000 units.
One of the hottest peppers in the world! Trinidad Scorpion Butch T pepper is hotter than the Bhut Jolokia and Naga Morich. Feels like a Scorpion is stinging your mouth! These peppers are plump and sometimes have a little tail resembling a Scorpion. Fruit has a slight fruit and citrus flavor. High yielding producer of hot peppers. The Butch T Scorpions come in at over 1,460,000 Scoville units.
Shishito peppers are a popular menu item that appear in many Asian dishes. These plants produce a large amount of peppers over a growing season. The plants are compact, bushy plants that produce 4" wrinkled peppers that turn red when overly mature. When eaten in the early stages of maturity the fruits are green and offer a crunchy bite. A mild to moderately hot pepper that also has a sweet and tangy flavor. Perfect for frying.
El Eden (F1) Guajillo pepper is for Mexican mole. Pepper is a high yielding hot pepper of smooth, 7-8" fruit. Slightly hot peppers that turn from green to an orange-red-brown color when mature. This pepper is also excellent for drying and making powder. Skins are tough so not recommended for fresh eating.
One of our favorite peppers! If you like sweet peppers with a slight spicy kick, then the Cajun Belle is for you! This variety is a great small bell pepper that is an All American Selection winner. Cajun Belle matures early and is a very heavy yielder that bears 2 by 3 inch, 3-4 lobed fruit. This pepper's flavor really sets it apart from the pack with a sweet start that ends in a burst of spice that's not too hot. We found this charmer to be superb for both fresh eating and making salsa at either the green stage, or when ripened to red!
Organic - The Cayenne Long Thin Pepper is a traditional medium heat cayenne pepper with a great flavor! This variety is a long and thin pepper that produces unbelievably high yields. These peppers will mature red and are wrinkled with a mixture of straight and curly fruits. Cayenne Long Thin is excellent for drying, pickling and fresh eating to spice up your chili or salsa. This pepper plant is bushy and reaches 26" tall. Conventional seed available.
The super-hot Dragon's Breath pepper might be tiny, but it is out of this world! Ranking 2.48 million Scoville heat units, this 1/2 inch pepper is the second world's hottest pepper after Pepper X! The Dragon's Breath 7-24 times hotter than a habanero and 2-3 times hotter than the spicy ghost pepper. These small crazy hot peppers mature to a fiery red color matching its flavor!
The White Bhut Jolokia Pepper is a white Ghost Pepper! The Ghost Pepper is among the World's Hottest Pepper! This long, hot and wrinkled white pepper is 125 times hotter than a Jalapeno pepper! The White Bhut Jolokia is a rare, natural variant of the Red Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper. This pepper can reach over 1,000,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). Use with caution.
The Yellow Scotch Bonnet, aka the Jamaican, produces an abundance of little yellow peppers with an extremely hot flavor! Some say that this pepper's flavorful taste is rivaling that of many Habanero's. This hot variety has an excellent flavor making them popular for hot sauces. The Yellow Scotch Bonnet produces well-yielding, compact plants.