Pepper Seeds

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  1. AJI LIMON

    This new hot pepper from Peru produces green fruits that ripen to a dazzling luminous yellow. The attractive, glossy, citrussy lemon-flavoured pods have several culinary uses ranging from being eaten fresh, added to salsas or even being dried. ... Learn More

    $3.15

  2. ALMA PAPRIKA

    Extremely productive plants are loaded with small, rounded, thick-walled peppers, ripening from creamy-white to red, and with a mild flavour that is a wonderful combination of slightly warm but sweet and tangy. (75 days from transplanting. Heat-1) ... Learn More

    $2.75

  3. BULGARIAN CARROT

    A very, very high yielding, dwarf heirloom plant absolutely dripping with big clusters of small, crunchy fruits that look just like carrots but have a spicy, fiery bite! Perfect for containers or greenhouse. (75 days from transplanting. Heat-4) ... Learn More

    $3.15

  4. FATALIE

    The Fatalie scores near record-heat on pepper heat scales and even beats most Habaneros. The golden yellow fruits, containing very few seeds, grow to 3 inches long and have a strong citrus-like flavour beneath their searing, intense heat. A wonderful choice if you want the heat of a habanero but have trouble getting them to mature in your garden or green house. The Scoville Food Institute lists the Fatalie as the world's sixth hottest pepper with Scoville units ranging from 125,000 ~ 325,000 units. They originate from the Central African Republic. Fruits 90 days. ... Learn More

    $3.95

  5. FISH

    These plants with distinctive variegated creamy white and green leaves, grow barely 2 feet tall making them ideal to grow in containers. The short, pointed pendant, spicy fruits, which mature a deep red colour, become mellower when cooked or they can be dried to make chilli powder. ... Learn More

    $2.75

  6. GEORGIA FLAME

    An attractive medium-hot pepper from the Republic of Georgia. The plants grow to 24 inches tall and produce heavy crops of long thin peppers up to 8 inches in length which resemble tongues of fire. Excellent for use in salsas. ... Learn More

    $2.55

  7. GOLDEN MARCONI

    A late, golden-orange, lobed, Italian traditional pepper. These typically grow to 7" in length and their flesh is sweet and mild. Can be eaten fresh or fried. (Heat=0) ... Learn More

    $2.75

  8. GOLDEN TREASURE

    Large, attractive golden-yellow sweet peppers from Italy - can grow up to 8-9 inches long tapering to a point. The flesh is quite thick with a thin tender skin. Can be used for frying, roasting and eating fresh. ... Learn More

    $2.61

  9. HABANERO CHOCOLATE BROWN

    Habanero peppers first originated in Amazonia Brazil before spreading north into Mexico and the Caribbean, where they are used in local dishes and sauces today. The fruits mature from green to their final chocolate brown colour at maturity and are typically 3-5cm long. The fruit walls are quite thin and have a fruity/citrus almost aromatic flavour although devilishly hot, with up to 350,000 SHU (Scoville units. ... Learn More

    $2.75

  10. HABANERO MINIATURE WHITE

    Habanero peppers first originated in Amazonia Brazil before spreading north into Mexico and the Caribbean, where they are used in local dishes and sauces today. The fruits mature from green to their final white colour at maturity and are typically 1.5cm and 2cm long. The fruit walls are quite thin and have a fruity/citrus almost aromatic flavour although devilishly hot, with up to 350,000 SHU (Scoville units). ... Learn More

    $2.75

  11. HABANERO ORANGE

    Habanero peppers first originated in Amazonia Brazil before spreading north into Mexico and the Caribbean, where they are used in local dishes and sauces today. The fruits mature from green to their final orange colour at maturity and are typically 3-5cm long. The fruit walls are quite thin and have a fruity/citrus almost aromatic flavour although devilishly hot, with up to 350,000 SHU (Scoville units. ... Learn More

    $2.75

  12. HABANERO RED

    Habanero peppers first originated in Amazonia Brazil before spreading north into Mexico and the Caribbean, where they are used in local dishes and sauces today. The fruits mature from green to their final bright red colour at maturity and are typically 3-5cm long. The fruit walls are quite thin and have a fruity/citrus almost aromatic flavour although devilishly hot, with up to 350,000 SHU (Scoville units). ... Learn More

    $2.75

  13. HEALTHY

    An early variety of sweet pepper, Healthy was developed in the early 1990's in Russia. The wedge shaped fruit are about 4 inches long and ripen from yellow through orange to red even during cloudy summers. ... Learn More

    $2.61

  14. JIMMY NARDELLO'S

    This variety of pepper was originally from Basilicata, a southern region of Italy and takes its name from seed saver Jimmy Nardello, who carried the seeds from Italy while immigrating to Connecticut in 1887. It is still registered as "endangered" on Slow Food USA's Ark of Tastes. This sweet pepper, which matures in 80-90 days from transplanting, produces 10"-12" fruits which are sweet and light when eaten raw, and considered one of the very best frying peppers, as its fruity raw flavour becomes perfectly creamy and soft when fried. ... Learn More

    $3.22

  15. JOE'S LONG CAYENNE

    This unbelievably long and slender, thin-fleshed Italian pepper which tapers to a skinny point is ideal for home made hot pepper sauces or can be used fresh or dried for pepper flakes. ... Learn More

    $2.75

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