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Variety Description Height Spacing Fertilizer
Better Belle Pepper Better Belle Crisp, very blocky, thick walled 3 1/2 inch to 4 1/2 inch, four lobed, green fruits turning red when ripe.  Heavy producer and very disease resistant. Great for roasting. Add color and flavor to salads and cooked dishes.  Fertilize with liquid or slow release plant food for best results. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
California Wonder Pepper California Wonder Large four inch peppers are great for stuffing! The fruit turns from green to rich red when mature with a super sweet flavor when fully ripe.  Adds color and flavor to salads and cooked dishes.  For best results feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Cayenne Pepper Cayenne Long tapered fruit, green turning to red at maturity. Very hot and perfect for containers.  Adds color and flavor to salads and cooked dishes.  For best results feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Chocolate Bell Pepper Chocolate Belle Prolific yields of uniform, medium-large fruits of rich, mahogany color.  This unusual fruit is ideal for use in the home vegetable garden or large containers. 87 days to reach full color.  Perfect for use in salads, sandwiches, savory snacks or cooked in a stir fry.  Fertilize with liquid or slow release plant food for best results. 12″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Crushed RedCrushed Red Pepper This highly productive plant produces cone shaped fruit with a spicy flavor that are perfect peppers for Homemade Red Pepper Flakes. Homemade flakes typically have a richer color and stronger taste than the store-bought version. Dry this pepper variety alone or mix with several of your favorite mild peppers. Create your own special family blend that can be used in virtually all your recipes or as a topping for pizza or pasta. Make it hotter or milder starting with this great spicy pepper. Dry peppers in oven or food dehydrator until brittle before crushing. Crush with rolling pin or in food processor or coffee grinder. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Golden Bell Pepper Golden Belle Large, bell shaped, golden fruit. Ideal for us in the home vegetable garden or large containers.  Reaches full color in 80 days.  Perfect for use in salads, sandwiches, savory snacks or cooked in a stir fry.  Fertilize with liquid or slow release plant food for best results. 12″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Hungarian Hot Banana Pepper Hungarian Hot Wax This popular pepper is excellent for pickling and canning with its thick walled 6 inch fruits that are tapered and produced on upright plants. Fruit turns yellow to orange-red at maturity. Adds heat and spice to your favorite cooked dishes. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release fertilizer.
Jalapeno Pepper Jalapeno Continuous production of thick pungent 3 1/2 inch fruits on two feet tall plants.  The fruit can be used when green and are also great in salads.  Add color and spice to salads and your favorite cooked dishes.  Fertilize with liquid or slow release plant food for best results. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Lilac Bell Pepper Lilac Belle Unique, lavender color.  This fruit matures from ivory to lavender to red.  Medium-sized, vigorous plant with 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 inch fruit.  Ideal for use in the home vegetable garden or large containers. Perfect for use in salads, sandwiches, savory snacks or cooked in a stir fry.  Fertilize with liquid or slow release plants food for best results. 12″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Red Beauty Pepper Red Beauty An early, prolific variety bearing very sweet peppers with thick walls.  Glossy green fruit turning to red when mature.  Adds color and flavor to salads and cooked dishes.  The fruit can be used when green and are also great in salsas.  Fertilize with liquid for slow release plant food for best results. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Super Banana Supreme Pepper Banana Supreme High yielding, vigorous, upright plants grow to 20 inches tall and produce a profusion of large, delicious banana shaped fruits measuring about 8 x 2 inches.  Add color and flavor to salad and cooked dishes.  For best results feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer.  Maturity: 65 days. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Super Chili Pepper Super Chili A highly productive, semi-compact plant which produces upward facing, cone-shaped fruit with a spicy flavor.  Fruit turns from green to red when ripe.  Adds color and spice to salads and cooked dishes.  The fruit can be used when green and are also great in salsas.  Fertilize with liquid or slow release plant food for best results. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Valencia Orange Pepper Valencia Orange This blazing orange pepper demands attention in the garden!  4 1/2 inch fruits maintain firmness even when ripe.  Vigorous, heavy bearing, plants are ideal for use in the home vegetable garden or large containers.  Perfect for us in salads, sandwiches, savory snacks or cooked in a stir fry.  Fertilize with liquid or slow release plant food for best results. 12″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.

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Anaheim Pepper Anaheim Anaheim or New Mexican peppers are medium-hot and a major feature of Southwestern cooking. The mildly pungent fruits vary in color from light green to dark green to red. These tapered peppers are 6 to 10 inches long by 1 to 2 inches around and are used fresh or dry to make decorative pepper chain wall hangings. The mature red peppers then to be hotter than the green. I often use these chile peppers in a Mexican dish called chile rellenos, where the peppers stuffed with cheese and then coated in egg before being fried. Their pungent flavor can also be used for stuffing, stews, and soups. The “heat” of these peppers ranges from 500 to 2,500 on the Scoville scale. 85 days to maturity. 18″ For best results water well in warm weather and feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer.
Big Bertha Pepper Big Bertha A huge 7″ x 4″ green pepper with thick walled, glossy fruit in abundance. The fruit is tender and great for stuffing and roasting. Adds color and flavor to salads and cooked dishes. Maturity: 72 days. Great for garden beds and large containers. Water well in warm weather and apply liquid or slow release fertilizer for best results. 2-3′ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Habanero Pepper Habanero One of the world’s Hottest Peppers! Thin walled, 1-1 1/2 inch fruit wrinkles at maturity. Turns from light green to orange at maturity. Adds heat and spice to your favorite cooked dishes. For best results feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer. Maturity 95 days. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Mucho Nacho Pepper Mucho Nacho This jumbo-sized hybrid jalapeño has fruits that are longer, thicker, and hotter than standard jalapeños! The large, 4 inch meaty peppers ripen to red upon full maturity, however, are usually used green. Mucho Nacho has a crisp, juicy bite with firm skin that won’t collapse when you use it for stuffing. I like to freshly mince this pepper into salsa or slice it on top of nachos and hot dogs. This variety is the perfect jalapeño type pepper to satisfy your craving for hot, pungent spice without the extreme bite. The disease resistant plants are vigorous and high yielding. 70 days to maturity. 29-30″++ 18″ For best results water well in warm weather and feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer.
Poblano Pepper Poblano Bushy, pendant-type plants with dark green leaves grow to 3 feet and bear fruit until frost. Medium-sized, 4 inches long, and dark green with a mild to medium heat level. These peppers are superb roasted and peeled, then preserved by canning or freezing. For best results feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Serrano Pepper Serrano Smaller and hotter than the well-known Jalapeno! Bushy plants with abundant, 2 inch long, bullet-shaped fruits. Thin skin, medium-thin walls, and crisp, biting-hot flavor, make this pepper a favorite in fresh salsas or pickled as a snack. These hot peppers also freeze well- superb in flavoring guacamole and chili. For best results feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer. 18″ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
SportPepper Sport Pickled, this is the pepper that completes a Chicago style hot dog. The slender, 1 1/2 to 2″ long by 1/2″ wide peppers resemble a Tabasco pepper but are slightly larger. Pick the medium hot peppers from the sturdy plants just before they turn red and pickle using your famorite recipe or this easy recipe. 2lbs Sport Peppers, 6 cups vinegar, 2 cups water. Bring vinegar and water to simmer in a large pot, cut a slash in peppers, add tosimmering liquid and press down to fill them with juice. When peppers become slightly limp, remove from liquid and place in jars. Fill jars with liquid mix to within 1/2″ of top. Tap jars on teh counter to remove air bubbles. Seal with two piece canning lids. Place jars in the rack of a large canning pot, and fill with enough water to cover the jars completely. Process in boiling water bath for 10 to 15 minutes. Remove jars, let cool and store. 25,000 Scovilles 3-5′ 1-2′ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.
Tabasco Pepper Tabasco This is the giery hot pepper that has made Tabasco sauce famous! The light yellow-green peppers turn red when mature and grow on tall plants. It is the only chili variety whose fruits are juicy and not dry on the inside. Tabasco sauce is made from this pepper, vinegar, and salt. Tabasco sauce adds zest to numerous dishes and is an essential ingredient in Bloody Mary coctails. This plant is resistant to tobascco mosaic virus. The “heat” of this pepper ranges from 30,000 to 50,000 on the Scoville scale. It is ideally grown in the garden or in pots on the patio. 80-90 days to maturity. 18″ For best results water well in warm weather and feed with a liquid or slow release fertilizer.
Whopper Pepper Whopper One of the most popular peppers of all time! Huge 4 inch fruits are smooth, sweet and full of flavor. The plants are sturdy and vigorous with luxurious foliage. 71 days until maturity. Perfect of salads, salsas and spicing up your favorite dish. Water well in warm weather and apply liquid or slow release fertilizer for best results. 2-3′ For best results feed with liquid or slow release plant food.

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Long Hots Long Hots This is the classic Italian cayenne-type pepper. Use these 10” long by 1 1/2” wide peppers whenever good spicy flavor is desired. The large upright plant produces an abundance of slightly curved, tapered peppers that ripen from green to bright red, when they are the spiciest, and are wrinkled at the stem end. The thin walled fruits can be dried or used to make hot pepper sauces. Make roasted long hots by tossing in olive oil and salt or garlic, place in a single layer in baking pan, roast at 375 degrees 30-40 minutes until soft and turning brown. Use on sandwiches, sausage or add to anything you want to spice up. Disease Resistance Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Tobacco Etch Virus, and Potato Virus Y. 24-30” 18-24”
Pepperonici Pepperonici The traditional Italian Heirloom pepper for pickling, it’s also good for frying or eating fresh. Pepperoncini produces lots of 3-5” peppers with thin walls, tons of flavor and sweet, mild heat. Use the peppers at the yellow-green stage for pickling or let them turn red and they take on a sweeter taste for eating fresh or adding to salads or sandwiches. 24-30” 18-24”
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