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Peppers - Sweet & Bell Peppers - Sweet Chocolate - Org

Price: 2.50

Sweet Chocolate Organic Pepper has early, med-sized, tomato shaped fruits that start out glossy-green then turn chocolate brown. Sweet Chocolate has good yields, is sweet and crisp, and holds well when frozen whole. The peppers have thick walls, and turn from green, to a beautiful dark chocolate when mature; interior walls are brick red. This plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers and is excellent in salads. When planting, select a site with full sun and well-drained soil. Prepare the garden bed by using a garden fork or tiller to loosen the soil to a depth of 12 to 15 inches, then mix in a 2 to 4 inch layer of compost. If you like, start plants indoors in flats or pots 8 to 10 weeks before the average last frost date. Set 15 to 18 inches apart and provide windbreaks to minimize transplant shock.


Peppers - Sweet & Bell Peppers - Italian Sweet - Org

Price: 2.50

Italian Sweet Organic Pepper is an excellent cooking pepper. It is easy to grow, delicious, long, and turns red and sweet early. It has the appearance of a large chilli pepper but the mild taste of sweet bell peppers. You can pull plants when peppers are green, and then hang to ripen to bring out the full peppery sweetness. This Italian Sweet Pepper is great for the northwest. Sow seed indoors, six to eight weeks before the last frost date in your area; requires warm temperature for germination. Provide the plants with rich soil, and they also need regular fertilizing. Pepper plants grow more slowly and are smaller than most tomato plants. (Resists TMV.)


Peppers - Sweet & Bell Peppers - California Wonder - Org

Price: 2.50

California Wonder Organic Pepper is impressive with its earliness, productivity and quality. Its fruits have 3 - 4 lobes and are smooth-skinned and thick-walled with an excellent flavor. The 30 " plants are vigorous, upright and prolific. This 1928 introduction is still the largest open-pollinated, heirloom bell you can grow; a big improvement over the earlier bells. They mature from green to red on the plant. If kept picked they will continue producing throughout the growing season. Seed must be started 7 to 10 weeks before planting into your garden. Peppers like warm weather and are heavy feeders. Be sure to plant in full sun in an area rich in organic matter. (Resists TMV.)


Peppers - Sweet & Bell Peppers - Golden Cal Wonder - Org

Price: 2.50

Golden Cal Wonder Organic Pepper has smooth, blocky 4" fruits and is 4 lobed. The peppers are light green to start, then finishing golden yellow. Being very sweet and mild, it sets continuously. Peppers require deeply worked, well-drained soil with plenty of added organic matter, and they need to be watered deeply; don't overwater. Start seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last frost. They need warm temperature for germination. Transplant after first true leaves open. (Direct seeding is not recommended.) Stake to keep fruit off the ground and mulch for disease and weed control. Harvest the first fruits early to encourage continued production through the season. It is best to cut the fruit off at the stem, rather than pull them.


Peppers - Sweet & Bell Peppers - Diamond Bell - Org

Price: 2.50

Diamond Bell Organic Peppers are 3 - 4 lobed translucent white fruits, and if left to full maturity they will turn pale yellow, then scarlet red. These peppers remain sweet in all stages. Its medium-thick fleshed, blocky fruits have a mouth-watering, rich flavor and a sweet, juicy crunch. Borne on sturdy, prolific, 2' high plants, Diamond remains translucent ivory for quite a while before gradually maturing to pale yellow and, finally, scarlet-red. Diamond Bell needs at least ten weeks of hot weather to produce well. Sow seed indoors, six to eight weeks before the last frost date in your area. They like rich soil and need regular additional fertilizing. It is best to harvest them while they are a lustrous alabaster color.


Peppers - Sweet & Bell Peppers - Sunrise Orange - Org

Price: 2.50

Sunrise Orange Organic Pepper produces beautiful yellow bell peppers that turn orange, then red at full maturity. The plants are loaded with large, blocky, thick-walled, succulent, sweet fruits. Sunrise Orange is a vigorous grower, and the bushy plants provide some fruit protection. This pepper is early and productive! Sunrise Orange is a stocky bell pepper that is ready to eat when the fruits turn a stunning, deep purple with a green undertone. Peppers prefer full sun and deep waterings weekly. Support bushy, heavy-yielding plants with 2-foot-high cages, or stake them. Apply heavy organic mulches when summer heat begins to peak. (Resists TMV.)


Peppers - Sweet & Bell Peppers - Purple Beauty - Org

Price: 2.50

Purple Beauty Organic Pepper produces 4 lobed, emerald green fruits that mature to a stunning eggplant-purple in color when ripe. Purple Beauty has crisp sweet fruits in all stages and sets continuously when well fertilized. This compact plant has very meaty, thick-fleshed, sweet, purple peppers. Unlike most peppers, which start out green, this one starts out purple, and it is the best open pollinated purple bell pepper on the seed market. This is mostly due to its beauty, reliability, high yield, and disease resistance. (Resists MV.)


Peppers - Hot Peppers - Purple Cayenne - Org Hrlm

Price: 2.50

Purple Cayenne Organic Heirloom Hot Pepper have 2' tall plants, covered with dozens of purple blossoms and 5" to 7" long thin dark purple fruits. These peppers are very HOT. Purple Cayenne can be an ornamental, but when eaten, it is tasty if you handle the heat! They turn from green, to purple, to red when mature. Chile plants are slow to get going, so start pepper plants indoors a few weeks earlier than tomatoes. Sow the seeds about 8 to 12 weeks before the last frost date.


Peppers - Hot Peppers - Hungarian Wax - Org

Price: 2.50

Hungarian Wax Organic Hot Peppers are the best pick for growing hot peppers in the colder areas of the north. They are pretty, tapered yellow fruits that turn orange, then red and become hotter as they mature. Hungarian Wax is a medium-hot fruit that is 4"to 8" long. The “wax” in the name is a reference to the slightly waxy texture of the rind of the pepper. Despite the texture, the rind is perfectly edible and, in fact, very flavorful. Peppers demand warm soil and warm temperatures, but before planting them, if possible, start seeds indoors. Choose a sunny location with at least eight hours of sun each day that provides good drainage. Plant peppers outside three weeks after the last frost. Soil temperature should be 60 degrees or above.


Peppers - Hot Peppers - Early Jalapeno - Org

Price: 2.50

Early Jalapeno Organic is a jumbo dark green that produces a prolific crop of peppers on stout bushy plants. It has thick walls that contribute to the excellent flavor, whether eaten raw or pickled. Early Jalapeno is the earliest and largest jalapeno in our trails. Peppers require a long, warm growing season. Seed should be started indoors in March or 8 weeks prior to transplanting. With a zesty flavor and a fiery delight, it is great in Mexican dishes. And if you are a salsa lover, or just love hot peppers, this is the variety for you! (Resistant to Tobacco Etch Virus.)


Peppers - Hot Peppers - Long Slim Cayenne - Org

Price: 2.50

Long Slim Cayenne Organic Peppers are long thin fiery peppers that turn bright red. Their thin walls make drying easy; make your own cayenne seasoning. Long Slim Cayenne are large and vigorous 22" to 30" plants with high yields. They can be used fresh or easily dried for winter use. It is best to use rubber gloves, or clean hot peppers under running water, to avoid skin burn from the pepper juice. These blazing hot pepper fruits are long and twisted and make a good pepper for making sauces and processing. Peppers like warm weather and growth is poor if planted too early. They benefit from row coverings used during cool weather or at night. They prefer light loamy, slight acidic soil, but can also be planted in sandy soils.


Peppers - Hot Peppers - Habanero Orange - Org

Price: 2.75

Habanero Orange Organic Hot Pepper is one hot orange pepper and one of the spiciest peppers in the world! Its size and shape is much like the regular Habanero. The plant grows to about 3 1/2' tall, and is a producer of light green, thin, crinkled peppers that ripens to a brilliant orange-red coloration; 1" - 1 1/2" long pepper. The Habanero Orange is a little slower to germinate than many others, but this chile variety is worth the wait since it is 40 times hotter than a standard Jalapeno Pepper! Choose a sunny location with at least eight hours of sun each day that provides good drainage. Plant peppers outside three weeks after the last frost. Soil temperature should be 60 degrees or above.


Peppers - Hot Peppers - Black Hungarian Wax - Org Hrlm

Price: 2.50

Black Hungarian Wax Organic Heirloom Hot Peppers are plants that grow 30 to 36" with green foliage, purple veins, and beautiful purple flowers. The 2 to 3" fruits resemble large jalapenos with a pointed end. Black Peppers eventually turn red and are mildly hot with good flavor. The “wax” in the name is a reference to the slightly waxy texture of the rind of the pepper. Despite the texture, the rind is perfectly edible and, in fact, very flavorful. Peppers demand warm soil and warm temperatures, but before planting them, if possible, start seeds indoors. Choose a sunny location with at least eight hours of sun each day that provides good drainage. Plant peppers outside three weeks after the last frost. Soil temperature should be 60 degrees or above.


Peppers - Hot Pepper Combo

Price: 2.50

The Hot Pepper Combo contains a variety of hot peppers. The glistening greens of the leaves and the rainbow of colors of the ripening peppers -- red, yellow, orange, green, brown or purple -- make pepper plants an ornamental, as well as delicious, addition to the garden. Select a site with full sun and well-drained soil. Prepare the garden bed by using a garden fork or tiller to loosen the soil to a depth of 12 to 15 inches, then mix in a 2 to 4 inch layer of compost. Start plants indoors in flats or pots 8 to 10 weeks before the average last frost date. Set hot pepper plants 12 to 15 inches apart and provide windbreaks to minimize transplant shock. Provide deep watering weekly and support bushy, heavy-yielding plants with 2 foot-high cages, or stake them.


Peppers - Sweet & Bell Peppers - Italian Pepperoncini

Price: 2.25

Italian Pepperoncini Pepper is easy to grow. The green varieties use to be bleached and dried before pickling to get that yellow/green color, but now you simply pick it when it turns on the vine, usually when it reaches 2 to 3" in length. Italian Pepperoncini has lobed fruits that are slightly pointed and are thin walled; ideal for pickling. Pack in jars, cover with white wine vinegar, and cure for 1 to 6 months. This heirloom is from Southern Italy and is a popular small sweet thin pepper. These excellent flavored fruits have a little heat. Plants are bushy and vigorous and fruits ripen from green to red. Provide the plants with rich soil, and they also need regular fertilizing. Pepper plants grow more slowly and are smaller than most tomato plants.


Peppers - Hot Peppers - Anaheim TMR

Price: 2.25

Anaheim TMR Hot Peppers is a popular and predictably high producing strain of Anaheim. It produces long, glossy green, pointed peppers that are great in chile rellenos. The pods are 7" long and 2" wide at the top. This is a medium hot pepper variety that is thick walled, ranging in color of green to red when mature. Anaheim TMR has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers; commonly used when green. It is excellent fresh, pickled, or dried. Being very hardy, it does well in extreme weather conditions. To plant, sow them on sterilized soil and then cover the seeds. This pepper needs warm temperatures for germination and can be transplanted after the first true leaves open. Anaheim TMR grow best in 62 degree F. night temperature and 70 degree F. days. (Resists TMV.)


Peppers - Hot Peppers - Serrano

Price: 2.25

Serrano Hot Peppers are very hot in flavor and can be eaten green or red. This pepper is perfect for salsa, picante or chili sauce. Plants get 30" tall and are very prolific; pepper grows 2" inches long. They do not need to be steamed or peeled before using because of their thin walls. They turn green in color at first, and then ripen to red, brown, orange, or yellow. Serrano hot peppers don't dry well, since they are too meaty. The Serrano is said to be about 5 times hotter than the jalapeño. Seeds should be started indoors 8 to10 weeks before the last frost. When the temperature reaches 70° F., transplant 12 to 16 inches apart, fertilize, and again when they are 12 inches tall.

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