Welcome to our pepper seed ordering page. 

We are not a professional nursery, but we've been making our own brand of hot sauces for over 10 years so we know what we're doing around a pepper garden. There are no less than 20 seeds per packet, but we're selling them as a packet of 20. We cannot guarantee that you'll be able to grow all the seeds and we won't delude you with a false germination percentage that no one can truly give. How you grow them is what matters and will better determine a higher germination ratio. Most hot peppers like to have a soil temperature of 75-85 degrees for proper sprouting. Some pepper seeds take as little as 5 days to sprout while others can take 60 days or more to do so.

 

We can tell you that these are seeds from plants that we grow year after year because we use them in our own brands of hot sauces so we rely on them. We manage a good 75%+ successful seedlings out of them. The pictures of the peppers are the actual peppers from our garden that the seeds were taken from. We've been using them for quite sometime year after year so they are proven growers. Sometimes some do better than others but as a general rule they all do well. We may have lost our Hungarian Black Peppers this year as none have germinated yet-Bummer. The rest of our peppers are cranking out again and have done so year after year.

 

 

Here are our pictures from this year's germination and planting. These plants are about 14 days old (Click to enlarge)

Here are the seeds that we have available for the 2010 growing season. All seeds were harvest from the plants grown in our garden and come in packets of 20 or more seeds unless otherwise noted. Most of the pepper types have a link with more information. Those will be highlighted and will open up an information page on the pepper. 

Please bear with us as this may take a little while to complete and we just started this page on this site. Most of our seeds are already sold this year and it may look like a ghost town down below, but we still have a lot of good ones available. 

If a pepper is marked as SOLD OUT, we don't have any more seeds left for the season. Peppers marked N/A are not available and may be discontinued but still have the information listed for your benefit. For further information about the pepper, click on the name and it will open our pepper database and jump to the pepper you clicked on.

RED = SOLD OUT

GREEN = AVAILABLE

BLACK = DISCONTINUED

!!!!!!!!!!!!!IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Seeds are not available until 2010 season has ended.

 

SWEET PEPPERS 

Pepper Type

Scoville Units

Quantity Available Price Per Packet 

Notes

Golden Sunshine 0 SOLD OUT - Perhaps the sweetest of all.
Chocolate Bell 0 SOLD OUT - My favorite with a hint of chocolate taste
Pimento 0 SOLD OUT - These are the ones in green olive middles
California Wonder  0 SOLD OUT - These are basic large Green Peppers
Yellow Bell 0 SOLD OUT - More to the green pepper side in taste
Red Bell  0 SOLD OUT - Same green taste, different color
Gypsy 0 SOLD OUT - Different shaped green pepper
Sweet Cherry 0 SOLD OUT - Small sweet and a bit sugary tasting
Sweet Banana 0 SOLD OUT - Tastes like a Green Bell to me
MEDIUM TO HOT PEPPERS

Pepper Type

Scoville Units

Quantity Available Price Per Packet 

Notes

Pepperoncini 100-500 SOLD OUT - Good for pickling
Anaheim 500-2,000 SOLD OUT - Good for a hotter salad or stir-fry
Hot Apple 500-1,000 DISCONTINUED - Thick Skinned and stuffs nicely
Italian Roasters 500-1,000 SOLD OUT - Large and thick skinned for roasting
Robustini 1,000-2,000 SOLD OUT - Large and thick skinned for roasting
Garden Salsa 1,000-5,000 SOLD OUT - Excellent for a mild-heated salsa mix
Black Jalapeño 2,000-4,000 SOLD OUT - Beautiful and mildly hot ornamental
Jalapeño 2,500-5,000 SOLD OUT - Thick skinned and excellent for stuffing
Hungarian Hot Yellow 5-15K SOLD OUT - A hot Banana Pepper tastes "greeney"
Black Hungarian 5-15K DISCONTINUED - Beautiful and hot ornamental
HOT TO VERY HOT PEPPERS

Pepper Type

Scoville Units Quantity Available

Price Per Packet 

Notes

Long Cayenne 15-30K SOLD OUT - Longer than usually Cayenne types
Red Chili 1-5K SOLD OUT - Small little hot chilies
Red Hot Chili 5-15K SOLD OUT - Huge, up to 10" long
Serrano 5-15K SOLD OUT - Medium hot green, way hotter red
Lemon Drop 15,000+ SOLD OUT - Tangy lemon taste and aroma
De Arbol 15-30K SOLD OUT - Small, skinny and great for stir-fry
Tabasco 30-50K

SOLD OUT

- Yellow and potent
Black Pearl 30-50K

SOLD OUT

- Beautiful and real hot ornamental
EXTREMELY HOT PEPPERS

Pepper Type

Scoville Units Quantity Available

Price Per Packet 

Notes

Dragon's Claw 50-100K SOLD OUT - Very Hard to come by this plant
Firecracker 100K SOLD OUT - Very pretty color variations and hot
FC-WH08 200K+??? SOLD OUT - A weird hybrid and accident. REAL HOT
Chili Tepín (Wild) 190-300K SOLD OUT - Very small peppers, but very hot
Scotch Bonnets 100-350K SOLD OUT - Shorter and more squat needs room
Yellow Mushroom 300,000+ SOLD OUT - Very tall Habanero type

White Habanero

300,000+ SOLD OUT - Short, bushy and very prolific
Fatali 150-350K DISCONTINUED - Freaking hot with nothing but hot flavor
Chocolate Habanero 250-400K SOLD OUT - Smokey flavor
Caribbean Red (Savina) 300-600K+ SOLD OUT - 2nd in line to the Naga, it's freakin HOT

Naga Bhut Jolokia

1,000,000 SOLD OUT - The World's Hottest Pepper

SHIPPING PRICES (not included in the seed prices)

The first packet of seeds will cost $1.50 to ship within the lower 48 states. Multiple seed packet purchases will cost $.25 per pack extra. Any mailing addresses outside of the lower 48 states and international orders should contact us for shipping prices and availability.

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Revised: June 30, 2010