Cayenne Long Red Thin Slender, long peppers turn bright red and are very hot. The 2’ plants are vigorous and quite productive. Very popular for drying and using as a spice; also used medicinally. This heirloom has been popular for many years. This information comes from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds one of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.
Cow Horn Cow Horn Hot Peppers are named after there shape and relation to, you guessed it, a cow's horn. These cayenne peppers are large and thick-walled, with a heat that is fairly mild. These peppers are phenomenal for making sauces and drying to turn them into pepper flakes. Cow Horn peppers start out as green, then turn to red as they ripen. Pods can grow up to 8" long and 1" wide. These chiles are an excellent choice for those who want to take their produce to market and those who want to grow these at a smaller scale in home gardens. Plants grow up to 3ft tall. This information comes from Pepper Joes.
Habenero The Habanero originally came from the Caribbean islands and is the main ingredient in most "jerk" seasonings. The habanero is known for its delicious, smoky flavor notes and a heat that is sure to set a small fire in your mouth. You will find that this particular variety of pepper is a PROLIFIC producer. You will have no shortage of habaneros when harvesting time comes around. This information comes from Pepper Joes.
Hot Banana Banana-shaped, light yellow, 6 to 8-in., medium hot fruits are perfect for pickling. Compact plants bear loads of fruits maturing to bright red. This information comes from Seeds 'n Such one of the many vendors we purchase seeds from.
Jalapeno Early Where would we be without the Jalapeno atop our nachos and chopped into our Mexican food? For a heavy-bearing little plant that will keep you in great eating for months to come!Just 3 to 4 inches long and about 1½ inches wide, these cone-shaped, thick-walled fruits are borne in great numbers on very vigorous plants. They are ready to pick when dark green, delivering a wallop of pure heat! And if you want to keep pesky bugs out of the garden, edge it with Jalapeno plants! The hot fruit is a good deterrent to many destructive pests that want to nibble your vegetable garden to death. This information comes from Park Seed Company one of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.
Poblano Grow heirloom peppers - Ancho or Poblano Pepper Seeds - 1,000-2,000 Scovilles, This heart shaped heirloom pepper is actually well known under 2 different names. "Poblano" is the fresh version and is excellent stuffed or roasted. "Ancho" is the dried version, often used in chili powder. Ancho / Poblano Pepper is a mild to medium chili pepper that is commonly used in Mexican cuisine, and other spicy dishes. It is the most commonly used variety for chile rellenos and mole. This information comes from Eden Brothers one of the many vendors we purchase seeds from.
Garden Salsa This hybrid chile has been developed specifically to capitalize on the growing popularity of Mexican salsas. Fruits are 8" long by 1" across, usually picked green to use in salsa (they mature red). Classed as medium hot, they'll get hotter in dry weather. Tobacco Mosaic resistant. Scoville rating of 2,500 to 3,000. This information comes from HPS Seed Company one of the many vendors we purchase seed from.
Tabasco Grow heirloom peppers – Tabasco Pepper Seeds – 30,000-50,000 Scovilles. Incredibly hot with a delicious smoky flavor, this is THE pepper made famous by the Tabasco Brand Pepper sauce since 1848! Plants grow to 4 feet tall as the Tabasco Peppers mature from creamy yellow to orange to red. Will thrive in a container as well, protected from the frost Tabasco Pepper plants can live for several years. This information comes from Eden Brothers one of the many vendors we purchase seeds from.