Get a head start with this early maturing pepper. These fruits have a dark green, thick skin that forms to the shape of a cone. The Early Jalapeno variety produces early and continuously great peppers.
California Wonder always produces well formed, juicy, crunchy, large pepper fruits. Not just any bell pepper, the best of class. Familiar to all vegetable gardeners for ages, this classic heirloom pepper has set the standard since the late 1920s.
Use with caution. Guinness book of World Records has it at 1,569,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). A sweet chocolate-cherry under tone with hint of citrus. Urban Farmer grown Carolina Reaper pepper plants.
Sunscald is caused by an inadequate foliage canopy. 2 1/2-3" long and are hot. After 4 weeks adjust temperature to 70°F (21°C) day and night. 14,520 plants), 12" between plants in rows 36" apart.If anything you purchase from us proves unsatisfactory,...
This is one of the first medium-large “bell”-type peppers, although this strain may be larger than the strain grown by Mr. Jefferson and are more likely dating back to the Bull Nose of mid-to-late 1800s.
Tie several peppers on a long string to hang for drying. Medium hot, 4-5" fruits on 30" plants mature quickly from green to dark red and dry fast on the plants. CAUTION: Use rubber gloves or clean hot peppers under running water to avoid skin burn from...
8,000 seeds/oz. The peppers ripen from ivory to yellow to orange to bright red. It produces colorful 2-2 1/2” fruit with a narrow and twisted cone shape. 2-3 weeks, 70°F. Germinate at 70°F and grow at 60-65°F.
Use 1/2 cup TSC's Complete fertilizer and a shovelful of compost around each plant. Not recommended. Store at 45-55°F and 95% relative humidity HR indicates high resistance. IR indicates intermediate resistance.
This pepper from the markets of Ecuador ripens to a pure lemon yellow in about 80 days, but it is delightfully flavorful when green. The skin is tender and the aroma is spicy, with a hint of pine woods.
Large 3' plants bear large crops of 3-4" long tapered fruits that turn bright red when ripe. Generations of Italian families have savored this crispy sweet pepper. Ready to harvest about 70 days from transplant.
Peppers turn from translucent white to pale yellow when mature. White colored bell pepper with sweet flavor. Great addition to any salad or meal. Pepper plant produce an abundance of white bell fruits.
4,000 seeds/oz.; 21-26 days, 72°F. Cayenne Large Red Thick features hot, thick fruits that measure 6” x 1 1/2” for use in sauces and for drying. Start early indoors and transplant well after last frost.
Plants grow 26” tall and are well branched and sturdy. Start early indoors and transplant well after last frost. Lower temperatures permanently reduce plant productivity. Prolific plants produce as many as 150 fruits.
Sunscald is caused by an inadequate foliage canopy. Organically grown. Easy to stuff and to peel after roasting; thick-fleshed for frying. After 4 weeks adjust temperature to 70°F (21°C) day and night.
Big bushy plants with few peppers can be caused by an excess of nitrogen, hot or cold temperature extremes during the flowering period, tarnished plant bug injury, and choice of late, poorly-adapted varieties.A disease-free test result does not guarantee...
Start early indoors and transplant well after last frost. Hot Cherie F1 Hybrid is a large (2-2.5” avg.) cherry pepper that is perfect for stuffing, pickling and processing. Grow seedlings at 62°F night temperature and 70°F day temperature.
The fruits are relatively short and wide with thick juicy walls. A mid-early variety of sweet Kapia for open field and greenhouse production. Suitable for: Sauce, roasted, grilled and fresh market consumption.
Wash and hold at 45°F (7°C) and 95% relative humidity.Avg. After 4 weeks adjust temperature to 70°F (21°C) day and night. Remove row covers in sunny weather above 85°F (29°C) to prevent blossom drop and heat damage., or with paper cylinder collars.