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Aji Delight Aji Habanero Heirloom Anaheim Chili Pepper
Aji Delight
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Aji Habanero
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Anaheim Chili
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(Capscium Baccatum)  Aji Delight is an extremely rare baccatum cultivar.  Sweet flavor and no heat.  Bountiful crops producing 3-4" red peppers.  An excellent container pepper!  70 days. (Capscium baccatum)  This rare Aji delivers the delicious flavor of a habanero but without the high heat.  This South American pepper gives a mild smoky flavor and comes in at about 8000-10,000 Scoville units.  90 days.

Extremely productive. Known to be milder than most chiles.

Heirloom Ancho Pepper Seeds Beaver Dam Heirloom Vegetables - Black Hungarian Hot Pepper
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Beaver Dam
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Black Hungarian
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Mildly hot, distinctive rich taste. Fruits ripen from dark green to deep red.

Extremely productive Hungarian heirloom hot peppers

Great ornamental edible. We are thrilled to get our hands on these rare seeds.

Datil Pepper Heirloom Early Jalapeno Pepper Fatalii Pepper
Datil Pepper
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Early Jalapeno
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Fatalii Pepper
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This elusive pepper originates from St. Augustine, Florida. Very hot pepper but has a slightly fruity taste. This pepper makes an excellent sauce for eggs and chili. Datil pepper is a long season pepper and we found it does best in zones 7-10 or grown in pots and brought indoors for winter for Northern growers. 95-100 days.

Jalapeno fruits are mild when green, but hotter peppers when red and fully ripe.

Considered the 6th hottest pepper on earth. A family member of habanero, Fatalii is from the Central African Republic. This peppers name says it all when it comes to the sweet-hot burn that’s left in your mouth upon consumption. A must have for heat loves and a good game of double-dare! 80-90 days.
Heirloom Vegetables - Fish Hot Pepper Ghost Chili Pepper Heirloom Vegetables - Lemon Drop Hot Pepper
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Ghost Chili Pepper
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Lemon Drop
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Traditionally these hot peppers were used in oyster and crab houses.

Certified Hottest Chile Pepper In The World

Popular seasoning hot peppers from Peru. Very rare and hard to find.

Heirloom Long Red Cayenne Pepper Heirloom Vegetable Seeds - Pepperoncini Pepper Heirloom Vegetables - Red Habanero Pepper
Long Red Cayenne
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Red Habanero
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Fiery hot peppers even when small. It is easy to grow, and versatile in use.

The famous pepper of salad bars and sub shops.

A favorite among "chili-heads" for making salsa, sauces and drying hot habanero peppers.

Serrano Pepper Tabasco Pepper Texas Bird Pepper
Serrano Pepper
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Tabasco Pepper
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Texas Bird Pepper
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A medium heat chili pepper from the mountain regions in Mexico, around Hidalgo and Puebla. The word serrano literally means “from the mountains.” Serrano is 2-4” long, candle shaped and its heat is easily adjusted by using more or less of it in a recipe. (We love of it for chili!) 85 days. Make your own tabasco! The famed pepper of Avery Island, Louisiana was grown in the mid 1800’s by Edmund McIlhenny for his now world-famous Tabasco sauce. This pepper comes in at 30-50,00 Scovilles, starts out green, then yellow-orange and is finished when it turns red. Does best in long, hot summers. Here in Northern Illinois, we grow them in pots and bring them in for winter. 95 days. Our favorite edible ornamental and yet another of famed gardener Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello plantings. Tiny egg-shaped peppers point up to the sky on a 10-12” plant. We grow these in containers for our patio table and bring them in over winter for summer-long snacking and decoration. Medium heat. 90 days.