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  • Hatch Pepper (Hot)

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    Hatch Pepper (Hot)

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    Hatch Heirloom Peppers are extremely popular roasted. They look like Anaheim but are lighter in color. Hatch Peppers originate from New Mexico and are used for enchilada sauce. The meat is thick and flavorful. The plants get a kind of large and can put out lots and lots of peppers at once.  The peppers will mature red and often get 6 to 8 inches in length. The Scoville is a manageable 14,000 to 30,000.
    Germination rate 85%,

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  • Hungary Round Sweet Pimento Peppers (Round of Hungary)

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    Hungary Round Sweet Pimento Peppers (Round of Hungary)

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    Round of Hungary Pimento Peppers are lovely and sweet. They have thick meat and cute little sculpted sides. The peppers are about 2 to 3 inches long and are very plentiful. This heirloom pepper puts out 2 to 3 feet plants that are covered in these sweet babies. They take about 75 days to mature and are great to cook and stuff.  Great to eat right off the plant.

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  • Italian Pepperoncini

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    Italian Pepperoncini

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    Italian Pepperoncini Pepper is a traditional pepper that you get in salads. Great pickled. Great flavor and a nice high yield.  The pepper can be mildly hot.  They can take a little longer to germinate than other peppers.  Give them time and heat.  The plant needs some support as it gets lanky. Fruit is 3-5 inches long.

    95% germination rate.

     

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  • Jalapeno Pepper Seeds

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    Jalapeno Pepper Seeds

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    This Jalapeno is a 75 day heirloom pepper.  It has moderately thick flesh of a deep green color.  They will turn read and get even hotter if you let them.  These are great for hot pickling or to use in cooking.  These peppers are listed as a SHU of 3,500 to 6,000 nith.

     

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  • Jimmy Nardello Pepper Seeds

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    Jimmy Nardello Pepper Seeds

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    Jimmy Nardello’s are a 75-day heirloom pepper that is great for frying, drying, or eating raw.  It is easy to grow and puts out an excellent yield. The plants are compact and can grow well almost anywhere.  They are disease-resistant, too.  They grow in a long bell shape and go from green to red without gathering heat.  They are thin-walled but are often up to 8 inches long.

    This fine Italian heirloom pepper was grown each year by Giuseppe and Angella Nardiello at their garden in the village of Ruoti in Southern Italy. In 1887, they set sail with their one-year-old daughter Anna for a new life in the USA. When they reached these shores, they settled and gardened in Naugatuck, Connecticut, and grew this same pepper named for their fourth son, Jimmy. This long, thin-skinned frying pepper dries easily and has such a rich flavor that this variety has been placed in “The Ark of Taste” by the Slow Food organization. Ripens a deep red, is prolific, and does well in most areas.

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  • Long Red Cayenne Pepper Seeds

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    Long Red Cayenne Pepper Seeds

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    The Long red Cayenne is an heirloom that is known for fruit over 5 inches long and about 1/2 inches thick.  The plant matures in about 75 days so you should get a couple of rounds of peppers out of a season.  The Scoville rating is known to be between 30,000 and 50,000.

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  • Nepalese Bell Pepper Seeds

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    Nepalese Bell Pepper Seeds

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    Nepalese Bell is a very high-yield pepper that will produce 100’s of peppers that can range from mild to medium in heat. They are extremely rare in North America. This is one of our rescue plants.  It is a very large plant so give it a nice big space. The peppers are about 2 inches across and are mild with a little heat at the point.

    Germination rate 95%

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  • Numex Centennial Pepper

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    Numex Centennial Pepper

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    The Numex Centennial is a mildly hot pepper with a scoville of 1,000 to 5,000. It follow a color pattern from green, to purple, yellow, orange and then red getting hotter as it matures. It grows well in container or in the ground. It is a little longer than the Numex Twilight but much milder. The compact bush puts out 100’s of inch long hot peppers.  They were originally created by the New Mexico State University. Great as an ornamental with purple leaves and flowers.
    These peppers are quite rare and only will have 12 seeds per pack.
    Germination rate 95%, 2019 Seeds

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  • Numex Twilight Pepper

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    Numex Twilight Pepper

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    The Numex Twilight is a very hot pepper with a Scoville of 30,000 to 50,000. It follows a color pattern from green to purple, yellow, orange, and then red, getting hotter as it matures. It grows well in containers or in the ground. The compact bush puts out 100’s of extremely flavorful hot peppers.  They were originally created by the New Mexico State University as a variance on Thai Chili. Great as an ornamental or for hot pepper fans.
    Germination rate 95%,
    12 seeds per package. Very rare seed.

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  • Pequin (Bird) Pepper

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    Pequin (Bird) Pepper

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    The Pequin pepper is a very small chili pepper that has a lot of heat.  It is sometimes called the bird pepper.  Pequin’s are often pickled in vinegar and grace many south Texan and Mexican tables.  The plants are cute and hardy. Then can get up to four feet tall and make nice ovals.  They can grow well in a container as well.  The chilies are bright red and look ornamental. The peppers rate between 50,000 and 100,000 Scoville.

    Germination rate 90%,

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    Perfect Culinary 12 Heirloom Pepper Bundle

    $27.00

    Perfect Culinary 12 Heirloom Pepper Bundle

    $27.00

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    Perfect Jumbo Survival Garden Bundle

    $75.00

    Perfect Jumbo Survival Garden Bundle

    $75.00

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