This pepper is heart-shaped with thick walls. Some chefs prefer the mild flavor of the pimento. Fruit start out green and change to bright red with 3 x 2.5 “ diameter. Great for salads, grilling, freezing or canning. Plants reach 24 to 30 inches. 65 to 90 day maturity.
This very different habanero is the result of an accidental cross between a chocolate-colored habanero with an orange habanero, resulting in striking coloration and extreme heat. Peppers start out as light green with a bit of purple streaking, progress to a mustard-hued peach before finally ripening to pure orange. Fruit is large and quite ruffled, making for a very beautiful habanero which is also shockingly hot. Tall plants are quite productive. 90 days.
A distinctive purplish-gray hue is what gives this 'black' tomato its name. What also sets it apart is its potato-leaved foliage, which is not often seen in black varieties. Tomatoes are medium-sized, about 8 ozs., and boast that uniquely robust yet sweet flavor that makes black tomatoes so outstanding. Indeterminate. 78 days.
This is a very striking ornamental pepper with variegated green, white, and purple foliage and small purple fruit, which turn red when ripe. Plants are low-growing and mound shaped, which lend them to use in flower beds and borders. This variety is also known as Variegata. 75 days.
Deep pink, 1 to 1 1/2 lb. beefsteaks have delicious rich flavor that is both sweet and complex. In fact, the flavor is so good that this variety has won awards in tomato tasting contests. Tall, vigorous plants are potato-leaved and bear a good crop of these smooth, meaty tomatoes. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 80 days.
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.
This variety was developed by Tom Wagner from heirloom stock. He focused on making a more productive plant and creating flavor that is great for making sauces. The cream to yellow colored fruit are nearly 3 inches long and are shaped like a sausage. The determinate 3 foot bush plants don’t need to be staked. 75 days.
Clusters of bright orange 2 to 3 oz. round fruit are wonderfully flavored, sweet with a refreshing tartness that has a hint of lemon. Larger than a cherry, these tangerine-colored fruit sparkle when cut in half and added to salads or platters. Very productive plants bear heavily from early in the season right on up until frost. Originally from England, this is a sibling of Tigerella. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Big, beautiful orange beefsteak with clear orange color and green shoulders. Fruit is about 5 inches in diameter and has a mild flavor. Medium productivity. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 90 days.
Diamond pepper has thick flesh, with wonderful crisp flavor. The 3 to 4 lobed bell turns from a translucent ivory color, to slightly yellow, and then a scarlet red. Great for salads or fresh cut. The 24 inch plants are strong and productive. 75 days.
Slender and cylindrical, vibrantly purple eggplant become about 8 inches long and are mildly flavored, wonderful for adding to stir-fries or any eggplant dish. Tall, upright plants yield generous harvests of these very pretty fruit. 70 days.
Very striking ornamental pepper with violet-tinged leaves that look almost blue and are sometimes marked with a faint white speckling. Small purple round-oval fruit grow upright on the plant and hold their color for a long time before finally turning red. Plants are slightly spreading and grow compact, making this beautiful plant useful for landscaping. 90 days.