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Our collection of hot pepper seeds ranges from the mild Pepperoncini to the record-breaking Carolina Reaper

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Jalapeno M Pepper

Fiery, thick-walled peppers grow 3 inches long and 1½ inches wide, with rounded tips. Dark green at first, then turning red. Good for fresh use or pickling; famous for nachos and other Tex-Mex dishes. 75 days.

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Royal Black Pepper

Absolutely beautiful ornamental pepper is the blackest of any pepper plant we’ve ever seen. Compact plants grow no more than 2 feet tall with deep purple-black foliage, dark stems, purple flowers, and jet-black tiny peppers. The effect is quite striking in the vegetable garden. Peppers are edible although very hot. 90 days.

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Pasilla Bajio Pepper

8 to 10 inch long cylindrical peppers are thin walled, and dark green ripening to dark brown. They have less than 250 Scoville units and are mainly used dried for their rich, smoky flavoring in sauces. 75-80 days.

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Mulato Isleno Pepper

This is a type of Ancho/poblano pepper that matures to deep chocolate brown. Peppers are 6 inches long and 3 inches wide, tapering to a blunt end. They range in Scoville units from 500 to 2,000 and are used either fresh or dried in cooked sauces. Virus resistant plants. 85-95 days.

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Flaming Flare Hybrid Pepper

ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. This is a Fresno-type pepper, bearing brilliant red fruit that are cone-shaped and about 4 inches long. In their green stage, they are fairly similar to a jalapeno, but the mature red peppers develop more heat and a complex flavor described as fruitier and smokier. Enjoy their unique flavor in hot sauce and salsas, as well as cut up fresh on tacos. Succeeds not only in hot, dry areas, but also in a wide range of growing conditions. 75 days.

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Hungarian Wax Pepper

Medium-hot peppers, especially good for pickling. Canary yellow, then bright red at full maturity. 6 to 8 inches long and 2 inches across. Plants are 20 to 24 inches tall. 70 days.

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Golden Greek Pepperoncini Pepper

This strain from Greece is somewhat rare and prized by those who want the peppers for pickling. Because they are smaller and lighter in color than the regular Pepperoncini, homemade jars of these golden peppers look more like the commercial product. Same hot flavor as the other Pepperoncini, and the perfect additions to Greek salads. 62 days.

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Numex Sandia Pepper

This NuMex type pepper is smaller and hotter than Big Jim and Joe E. Parker, delivering pungent 4 to 6 inch peppers. They turn bright scarlet when ripe. 75-80 days.

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Time Bomb Hybrid Pepper

Hot cherry peppers start out dark green but turn to bright red when they are ready for harvest. Disease-resistant plants produce abundant harvests of these round to slightly pointy peppers. With a Scoville rating just above 1,000, these cherry peppers pack a pleasant heat and can be enjoyed as pickled peppers or as appetizers stuffed with cheese. 65 to 70 days.

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Fatalii Pepper - Sold out

Fiery hot, wrinkled yellow peppers are related to habanero, and are at least as hot if not hotter. The searing heat has an excellent, citrus-like flavor that can be appreciated in the seconds before the heat sets in. Originally from Africa, these plants become 3 to 4 feet tall, maturing abundant crops of fruit earlier than plants of habanero. Peppers are 2 to 3 inches long with a wide top that tapers down to a point, and are shriveled all over. 80 days.

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Scotch Bonnet Orange Pepper

This form of Scotch Bonnet turns orange when fully ripe. While it resembles the habanero, its flavor is fruitier, making it a favorite in Caribbean cooking for pairing with tropical fruits. At 200,000 Scoville Units, it is searingly hot but delicious when combined with other food. 75 to 100 days.

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Jalafuego Hybrid Pepper

One of the hottest and most productive jalapeno varieties on the market, this one yields 4-inch long peppers over a long season. These jalapenos are of top quality and turn out smooth and very dark green. Large, vigorous plants produce excellent yields and are resistant to Potato Y virus and 3 races of bacterial spot. 70 days.

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