Aji Dulce #2 #9541 (30 seeds)
Looks just like a Red Habanero, but has little or no heat. This variety is popular in Latin American countries, because the pretty 2 in. long red peppers offer the same strong aromatic essence and flavor that is found in Habanero, with only a hint of heat. Tall plants produce an abundant harvest of tasty fruits. 85 to 90 days.
Anaheim TMR #9457 (30 seeds)
Also know as the 'New Mexican Chile,' this moderately pungent fruit is deep green, but turns red at full maturity. Very smooth peppers are 7-1/2 inches long and 2 inches wide and borne on tall, productive plants that offer good foliage cover for the fruit. Tobacco mosaic virus resistant. Excellent for canning, freezing or drying. 75 days.
Ancho San Luis #9272 (20 seeds)
High quality, uniform heart -shaped peppers are dark green, maturing to red, then mahogany. Mildly pungent peppers, 1,500 to 4,500 Scoville units, are 6 inches long and 3 inches wide. They are used fresh, but are also excellent for drying because the fruit is so uniform in size and shape. 76 to 80 days.
Ancho 101 #9480 (30 seeds)
When fresh and still green, these mildly hot, heart-shaped peppers are stuffed and made into chiles rellenos. When mature they are dark, rust red, richly flavored, and often dried and ground into chili powder. Peppers become 4 inches long, tapering to a blunt point. Wrinkled skin takes on even more character when dried. May be strung into long ropes or made into wreaths. 76 to 80 days.
Biggie Chile Hybrid #9512 (15 seeds)
This is the first hybrid Anaheim-type chile we know of, and it is significantly more productive with much larger fruit than other Anaheim varieties. Huge crops of 8 to 10-inch long, 4 ounce fleshy peppers appear over a lengthy harvest period. This is the classic 'California green chile' used for roasting, peeling, and including into cooked dishes. Very mild pungency. 68 days.
Bolivian Rainbow #9127 (15 seeds)
A beautiful ornamental pepper with purple foliage and flowers, it bears a profusion of fruit in a rainbow of colors on 2 to 3 ft. tall plants. The small cone-shaped, 1 in. fruit starts out purple, but turns to yellow to orange, and finally to red, with all color stages on the plant at once. Very hot peppers are edible, but are mainly grown for their striking appearance. 80 days.
Bulgarian Carrot #9022 (30 seeds)
Beautiful, 3-1/2 inch long, bright orange peppers have the shape and color of a carrot, but are quite hot. Fruit is produced in abundance on short plants, making for quite a show in the garden. The flavor of these chiles is not only hot, it is also fruity, lending itself to use in chutneys, salsas, sauces, and even hot pepper jelly. Bulgarian heirloom variety. 67 days.
Bhut Jolokia Red #9101 (10 seeds)
Also known as the Ghost Pepper, this is one of the hottest peppers in the world, bearing extremely hot red fruit about 2 Ĺ inches long. In 2007, Guiness World Book of Records named it the hottest pepper and listed it as 1,002,304 Scoville Units. It has since been surpassed, but itís still plenty hot and should be handled with great care. Germination may take up to one month. 100 days to maturity.
Cajun Belle Hybrid #9169 (10 seeds)
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. Awarded for its unique qualities and excellent performance, this variety offers miniature bell peppers with a spicy flavor that is a tasty blend of heat and sweet. Peppers are mostly 3-lobed, 2 inches wide and 3 inches long, turning from green to scarlet and finally to deep red. Expect abundant harvests of these peppers to use in salsas, Cajun cooking, or any recipe where you want a little kick. Compact plants are about 2 feet tall and wide, making them just right for optional container growing. 60 days.
Campeon Hybrid #9059 (20 seeds)
Large to extra-large jalapeno produces high yields of uniform, smooth peppers with the classic jalapeno shape ending in blunt tips. Peppers have a high pungency rating and are reliably hot. Large, vigorous plants are widely adaptable to a variety of climates and highly resistant to Potato Y virus and Bacterial Spot races 0-3 and 7-8. 75 days.
Caribbean Red #9240 (30 seeds)
Seed for this habanero variety was found in the Caribbean, and then improved, resulting in a uniform, fiercely hot pepper that is way hotter than the regular orange habanero. Dried samples of Caribbean Red measured 445,000 Scoville units whereas regular habanero tested at about 260,000 Scovilles. This pepper must be used carefully, but is wonderful for salsas, marinades, and making your own hot sauce. Bright red, wrinkled fruits are about 1-1/2 inches deep and 1 inch wide and have flavor with fruity overtones. 110 days to red.
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.