Pepper Seeds By Selection

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This page is all of our Pepper seeds cataloged by: color, species, SHU ETC... so you can locate the varieties you are looking for fast! We are adding to this repository every few days, so be sure to check it first. These pages are still being built and therefore always being updated but you can search each page for seeds. If you find a link that don't work or other problems PLEASE contact us and let us know so we can fix it immediately!

BLACK- Everything in BLACK means we are still offering it even if it's out of stock.

BLUE- Everything in BLUE means we are going to offer it in the near future.

RED- Everything in RED means we are no longer offering it at this time but may offer it again in the future.

GREEN- Everything in GREEN means we are actively looking for it an will offer it in the future once acquired.

Here is the Mini Brown Rocoto Pepper, Capsicum pubescens, Scoville Units: 5,000 to 30,000 SHU. The pepper originates from South America and Its also known as the "Mini Rocoto Brown Pepper". The flowers are purple and plants only get to around 3 feet tall and spread out wide. The peppers are about 1  inch round with black seeds. Plants are a good producer with dozens of pods. They grow very similar to many other Rocoto type peppers but with much smaller fruits. Fruits tend to be late season and takes a long time to ripen. Open pollinated, 75 to 90+days.
Here is the BBG7 MAMP (Mojo Addicted Mutation Pepper) Black Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 100,000 ~ 350,000+ SHU. This pepper originates from Italy and was created by Mojo peppers. It is a cross between BBG 7 pot pepper and the Pimenta da Neyde pepper. Pods start out pitch black then ripens to red mottled with orange, green and black with an red calyx and gets to around 2.5 inches long. Plants can get to 5 feet tall and produce dozens of fruits per plant. The peppers have an amazing rich flavor with a very medium striking burn that don't go away very fast! It is now an F-2 or older, and is somewhat stable. Open pollinated 90+ days.