Pepper

  • * 10 seeds - $2.25 - In Stock
    (85-95 Days)-As the name suggests, this pepper is both hot and sweet. Large 4 to 6 inch fruits are held above the...
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  • * 10 seeds - $4.95 - In Stock
    80-85 days. Known as Ghost Chile. Measures over one million Scoville units and is rated in the Guinness World...
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  • * 25 seeds - $6.25 - In Stock
    * 500-seeds - $54.95 - In Stock
    * Grafted plants - $12.95 - In Stock
    * 2 1/4" pots - $8.50 - In Stock
    70 Day. Prolific yields of huge peppers. Fruits are 6 to 7 inches long by 4 inches wide, 3 to 4 lobed with thick,...
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  • * 20 seeds - $5.25 - In Stock
    68 days. An improved 'Big Chile'. Bred to have a stronger more vigorous plant with a heavier leaf canopy to...
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  • * 15 seeds - $5.25 - In Stock
    60 Day. One of the sweetest peppers, both raw and cooked. Especially flavorful when eaten at the ripe red stage....
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  • * 15 seeds - $5.15 - In Stock
    * 2 1/4" Pots - $8.50 - In Stock
    60 Day. One of the sweetest peppers, both raw and cooked. Especially flavorful when eaten at the ripe red stage....
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  • * 20 seeds - $6.75 - In Stock
    90 days. The name alone should warn you about the extreme heat of this pepper. A spicy habanero often registers...
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  • * 10 Seeds - $2.25 - In Stock
    (60-70 Days) Ideal for both drying and fresh use, these mildly pungent 4-5 inch peppers average 1,500 to 3,000...
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  • * 10 Seeds - $4.95 - In Stock
    * 2 1/4" pots - $8.50 - In Stock
    75 Day - Sweet, flavorful, pretty purple peppers. This 2022 AAS Winner boasts juicy, thick walls, helping the fruits...
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  • * 10 seeds - $2.25 - In Stock
    (70-80 Days)-Attractive 6.5 to 8 inch fruits mature to bright red then dry to a deep burgundy-black. Peppers are...
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  • * 10 Seeds - $2.25 - In Stock
    (60-65 Day) Jalapeno-type, 4-inch fruits have a rich, spicy flavor and average between 1,500 and 4,000 Scovilles....
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  • * 50 seeds - $3.55 - In Stock
    65 days. A sure way to spice up your nachos! Three inch sausage-shaped fruits turn from green to red. Prolific...
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Pepper culture: Peppers should be started indoors about 8 to 10 weeks prior to planting outdoors to get a good crop. Do not set plants out until night temperatures stay above 50° F. If you set them out earlier use Hot Kaps or Row covers to protect them at night. When picking peppers, cut them from the bush with a clipper to save the plant from being pulled apart. There are approximately 4000 seeds per ounce.