The Jamaican Yellow is a compact plant which will grow to 60 cm in height. The plant gets an abundance of peppers. They are similar to Scotch Bonnet peppers and the pods are 5 cm long and 3.5 cm wide more »

Renowned as one of the hottest chilies in the world, the yellow habañero pepper is characteristically lantern-shaped. Varying from green and yellow to red and reddish-purple, this hot little pepper is about one to two-and-one-half inches long and one to more »

70-80 days. Strong upright plants produce large shouldered, wrinkled tapered and curved fruit ranging from 5-7” long by 1.25-1.5” in diameter with medium thick flesh. Fruit color is dark green turning to scarlet when ripe. Not as hot as Cayenne more »

Capsicum annuum

These vigorous bushy upright plants grow 24 to 30 inches tall and provide good cover. Tapered two-celled medium hot fruits are 6 to 8 inches by 1.5 inches and have a medium thick wall. Fruit color is dark green turning red at maturity. Read More…

Capsicum annuum

These very hot thin-walled curled twisted pointed fruits average 5 inches by .75 inches and are dark green turning bright red at maturity. High yielding plants grow up to 24 inches tall. Pungency develops early so fruit can be used from 1 inch and up. Read More…

Capsicum chinense

Habanero Chocolate is the hottest of the habanero peppers. Plants start producing fruit when they are less than a foot tall. Expect the fruits to be bigger than other habaneros at 2 inches long. Habanero Chocolate will start off green and turn brown as the fruit matures. Read More…

Capsicum chinense

Habanero peppers are one of the hottest peppers you can grow. Plants start producing fruit when they are less than a foot tall. Expect the fruits to be 1.5 inches at full maturity. Habanero Orange will start off green and turn orange as the fruit matures. Read More…

Capsicum chinense

Habanero peppers are one of the hottest peppers you can grow. Plants start producing fruit when they are less than a foot tall. Expect the fruits to be 1.5 inches at full maturity. Habanero Red will start off green and turn red as the fruit matures. Read More…

Capsicum annuum

This bright yellow medium hot pepper averages 5.5 inches by 1.5 inches. Fruits are smooth, waxy and taper to a point. Compact plants grow up to 24 inches tall and are very productive. Early and widely adapted. Upright and pendant habit. Read More…

Capsicum annuum

These sausage-shaped blunt-ended thick-walled fruits average 3.5 inches by 1.5 inches. These very pungent dark green fruits are slow to turn red. Upright dark green plants grow from 26 to 36 inches tall and provide good fruit cover. Very popular in Mexican cuisine. Read More…

Capsicum chinense

Scotch Bonnet is very similar to the habanero pepper and is said to be slightly less pungent. Plants start producing fruit when they are less than a foot tall. These fruits are a little smaller than habaneros at 1 inch in length. Scotch Bonnet fruits turn red when they reach full maturity. Read More…

Capsicum annuum

This small fiery hot pepper is candle flame shaped, 2 to 2.5 inches by .5 inches and tapers to a blunt point. Fruits are glossy green turning orange-red at maturity with medium thin walls. Erect branching 26 to 34 inch overbearing plants provide good fruit cover. Read More…