Cascabella #9218 (30 seeds) -- SOLD OUT
A favorite for pickling, this pepper is generally used in its yellow stage, but it will turn red when left on the plant. Cone shaped, 1-1/4 inch long peppers range from 1,500 to 4,000 Scoville units. This variety is thick-fleshed and not to be confused with 'Cascabel,' a thin-skinned variety that is round and usually dried. 75 days.
Chichen Itza Hybrid #9212 (15 seeds)
Fiery orange habanero type with 180,000 Scoville units and fruity taste matures 2 to 3 weeks earlier than open-pollinated habaneros. The peppers are also huge at 3-inches long and set in abundance on strong plants. 85 days.
Chile de Arbol #9250 (30 seeds)
A Cayenne type of pepper with pointed pods, 2 to 3 inches long and 3/8 inches wide. They mature to dark red and are thin-fleshed. Mexican common names for this type are pico de pajaro (bird's beak), and cola de rata (rat's tail). Ranging from 15,000 to 30,000 Scoville units, they are usually ground into dry powder for red chile sauces or added to soups and stews. 80 days.
Chilly Chili Hybrid #9375 (10 seeds)
This ornamental pepper seems to explode in a riot of color, bringing bright orange and red to landscapes or containers. As a bonus, Chilly Chili is safe to use around children because the peppers are not pungent. Two to 2-1/2 inch long fruit are borne above the foliage and start out greenish-yellow, then turn to orange, and finally to dark red. Plants grow about 1 foot tall and spread up to 14 inches wide. Extremely heat tolerant, Chilly Chili provides garden color even during the hottest summers.
Chiltepin #9148 (20 seeds)
This is a tiny pea-shaped chile that is no more than 1/4 inch long and wide. This variety grows wild throughout Mexico and some parts of the Southwestern U.S. They are among the hottest peppers available, measuring about 100,000 Scoville units. The plants can grow to 4 feet and are capable of living for years where the climate allows. These fiery little red peppers are popular for spicing up soups and bean dishes. 95 days.
Emerald Fire X3R Hybrid #9590 (15 seeds)
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. Extra large and tasty jalapenos grow on vigorous, compact plants that set a huge amount of concentrated fruit. Thick- walled and glossy green, these 4-in. long peppers are great for stuffing, grilling, canning, or using in salsa. They have 2,500 Scoville Units of heat, which is perfect for most tastes. Get your jalapeno recipes ready to make use of a very large harvest from these disease-resistant plants. 65 days.
Explosive Ember #9456 (30 seeds)
This ornamental pepper variety is the very essence of purple and makes a beautiful and colorful accent in the landscape or tucked into containers. Plants grow 10 to 14 inches tall and nearly as wide with deep amethyst fruit, stems, and flowers. Small, 1-in. peppers appear first as dark purple, then turn orange and finally mature to bright red. The effect is really quite spectacular and guaranteed to be a focal point of any garden setting. 85 days.
Fatalii #9290 (20 seeds)
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.
Filus Blue #9501 (30 seeds)
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.
Fish Pepper #9763 (30 seeds)
Very unusual and ornamental pepper plant is variegated both on the foliage and the peppers themselves. Both leaves and fruit are striped with creamy white and green, with the peppers eventually turning orange-red. Very hot fruit, 1 to 2 in. long, was used to season fish and shellfish in the African-American communities around Baltimore and Philadelphia back in the 1930's and 1940's. Plants are attractive enough just to be used as ornamentals, but peppers are prized for use in cooking. 75 days.
Flaming Flare Hybrid #9330 (15 seeds)
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. They have become a favorite with cooks who enjoy their unique flavor in hot sauce and salsas as well as cut up fresh to top tacos and burgers. Flaming Fare succeeds not only in hot, dry areas but also in a wider range of growing conditions, making it easier for all gardeners to grow. 75 days.
Flaming Jade Hybrid #9635 (20 seeds) ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. This hybrid serrano combines big, extended harvests of large, firm peppers with resistance to 3 races of Bacterial Spot, Potato Virus Y, and nematodes. These peppers are 4 inches long and 1 inch wide with 3,000 Scovilleunits of heat, making them great for giving an extra kick to salsas and pico de gallo. 75 days.