Approximate pepper seed counts are as follows:
1/32 oz. 125 seeds
1/16 oz. 250 seeds
1/8 oz. 500 seeds
1 oz. 4,000 seeds
Anaheim. Vigorous bushy upright 24-30 inch plants with good
cover. Med-hot fruits with med-thick dark green & red flesh. Good
canned, dried or fried. 77 days.
Ancho Grande. Fat heart-shaped 4 x 3 inch relleno chiles are dark
green to rust red and have a distinct flavor. 36 inch bushy, everbearing,
pendant shaped plants. Use to make chile rellanos. Also dry and grind to make
chili powder. 76-80 days.
Big Jim. New Mexican chile pepper. A pepper from this variety holds the
record for the world's longest chile pepper. This is a large, mild variety with thick
walls. Peppers grow from 9-15 inches long! Perfect for chile rellanos. 76 days.
Cayenne. Pencil-thin Cayenne peppers are used fresh in hot sauces and
chilis, dried or ground for cayenne pepper or pepper flakes, as a flavor in oil
and vinegar, and strung on a string as an attractive southwest decoration.
Attractive plants are covered with peppers. Harvest when red. 68 days.
Early Jalapeno. If you love ethnic and hot foods, you will
need this early pepper in your garden. Very tasty. Pretty as an
short, 24", informal hedge. Lots of hot, very tasty flavor in a
small, 3" pepper. If left on the vine it turns red from green. 63
Fresno. Greenish yellow, 1-2 inch fruits turn red at
maturity. Plants are 24-30 inches tall. Tolerant to Tobacco Mosaic.
Used primarily in salsas. 75 days.
Habanero. A Caribbean Favorite that is native to the Yucatan. 36 inch
plants with tapered lantern-shaped 1 x 1.5 inch pods. Thick, wrinkled,
light-green flesh ripens to a lovely golden-orange. Reportedly 1,000 times
hotter than Jalapeno. Slow to germinate. Must be grown in warm moist conditions.
Hungarian Yellow Wax/Hot Banana. Hot Banana. A medium-hot
Old World favorite - the perfect pick for pickled peppers! Also
popular for salads, frying and canning. Developed in Hungary, this
pepper has a waxy color that resembles bees wax. Wax peppers are
actually orange-red when ripe but are usually picked while still
yellow. Pepper walls are thin and peppers are usually used fresh in
salads, pickled, fried, canned, or roasted. 20" tall. 75 days.
Sante Fe Grande. A large Floral Gem type. Turns yellow at
market stage and then ripens to orange-red. For fresh market, canning
and pickling. Upright, compact plants with good vigor are resistant
to Tobacco Mosaic. 75 days.
Serrano Tampiqueno. Large plant bears club shaped, smooth
fruit that is 1.5 inches long and has medium thick walls. Very
hot green or red pepper is perfect for salsa, chili or pickling. 85
Sweet Pepper Seeds
Big Red Bell. Very Sweet, 4-inch bell peppers have thick
red flesh when mature. High yields. Excellent for fresh market and
home garden. 75 days.
California Wonder Bell. Particularly good for stuffing but
also tasty enough for salads. California Wonder is an excellent sweet
bell for cold climates. In longer season climates, peppers turn
bright red after green. An excellent freezer. Also a good container
variety. 75 days.
Golden Cal Wonder Bell. Like California wonder but they turn from green to gold when ripe. 75 days.
Marconi Red. Certified Organic. Large Italian sweet red pepper. Peppers grow to be 12" long! Great on the grill or in salads. 70-90 days.
Pimento. Large, heart shaped red peppers with thick walls. Very sweet
and mild. Resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus. 95 days.
Sweet Banana. Productive and delicious with light yellow
colored fruits that are 6" by 1-1/2 inches tapering to a point.
Plants are 22 inches tall and sturdy. Yellow ripening to red. 65
Yolo Wonder Bell. Plants are compact, tall, upright and
vigorous with good foliage protection against sunburn. Large fruits
are 4 to 4-1/2 inches long by 3-3/4 inches in diameter and thick
walled. Resistant to Tobacco Mosaic. 75 days.
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