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Color Code

GREEN - 000 SHU - Sweet no heat at all!

Black - UP To 1 MILL SHU - Hot

RED - 1 MILL - 2 MILL SHU - Super hot

BLUE - 2 MILL+ SHU AND UP! - Ultra Hot



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Peppers are a must grow for all gardeners. They add zest to our daily lives and are some of the more expensive vegetables in the supermarket! So growing peppers is a wise move when you are crunching the budget. offers you a wide variety of peppers to choose from. Some of the varieties we offer are: Malagueta Pepper, PI 497984, Pepperoncini Pepper, Elephant's Ear Pepper, Guajillo Pepper, Dwarf Aji Charapita Pepper, Candlelight Mutant Pepper, Yolo Wonder Pepper, HellFire Chili Pepper, Cap 501 Pepper, Tunisian Baklouti Pepper, Filius Blue Pepper, Bolivian Rainbow Pepper, Rocotillo Pepper, Wartryx Pepper, CGN 20800 Pepper, Aleppo Pepper, Pink Tiger Pepper, Pequin Chile Pepper, Aji Amarillo Pepper, Dragon's Breath Pepper, Komodo Dragon Pepper, Capsicum exile, Scoville units, Capsicum rhomboideum Pepper, Piaozinho Pepper, CGN 19198 Pepper, Mojo Blackie Pepper, Sugar Rush Cream Pepper, Chocolate 7 Pot Douglah Pepper, Anaheim Hot Pepper, Serrano Pepper, Aji Charapita Pepper, Tabasco Pepper, Habanero Red Pepper, Japanese Shishito Pepper, Yaki Blue Fawn Pepper, Trinidad Scorpion Pepper, Ancho Chile Pepper, Birds Eye Pepper, Peach Habanero Pepper, Leutschauer Paprika Pepper, Criolla de cocina Pepper, Bulgarian Ratund Pepper, Fish Pepper, 7 Pot Yellow Pepper, Trinidad Scorpion Sweet Pepper, Japones Pepper, Peter Pepper Yellow, Pimiento Sweet Pepper, Hardy Chili Pepper, Fatalii Pepper and many many more! Be sure to check in often as we add more varieties everyday. We soon plan to offer tomato starts in spring to many of these varieties once we can expand our greenhouses and gardens.

White Lakes Pepper
mojo blackie pepper
Topepo rosso pepper
SRTSL Pepper
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Royal Black Pepper
CGN 19198 Pepper
Goldfinger pepper
Lunchbox Orange Sweet Snacking Pepper
Piaozinho Pepper
Thunder Mountain Longhorn Pepper
thunder mountain longhorn orange pepper.
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Capsicum Exile
cap 499 pepper
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Harbiye Pepper
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Tatli Süs Biberi Pepper
Inca Berry Pepper
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Pequin Pepper
Sweet Peach Habanero Pepper
Pink Tiger Pepper
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Aleppo Pepper
Aji Dulce #2 Pepper
chilhuacle negro pepper
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Aji Penec Yellow Pepper
Peito de Moça Pepper
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Mirasol Chile Pepper
Purple Marconi Pepper
7 Pot Original Red Pepper
Bode Pepper
Here is the Aji Largo Racoto Pepper, Capsicum pubescens, Scoville units: 10,000 ~ 50,000 SHU. This variety of Rocoto pepper gets its name from a priest in the city of La Palma in the Canary Islands. It is a Black seeds variety. The flowers are white with a tinge of purple and the fruits  grow to about 2.5 inches long and seem to be hotter then all the other Rocoto peppers. This is considered a long season pepper so you need to start seeds very early in the season. Plants can get to 4 feet tall and compact. Open pollinated, 95+ days.


Fresno Pepper
California Wonder Bell Pepper
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7 Pot Douglah Red Pepper
Georgia Flame Pepper
Goat Horn Pepper
Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper
Sweet Chocolate Pepper
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Rocotillo Pepper
Mini Chocolate Bell Pepper
Turkish Oily Paste Pepper
Madaya Pepper
gypsy pepper
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White Cloud Pepper
Bolivian Rainbow Pepper
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Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper
Filius Blue Pepper

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