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Ancho Gigante Hot Pepper (10 seeds)

7 Pot Hot Pepper

This variety of hot pepper is larger than the standard ancho. This mildly hot pepper grows to 4" x 6" and turns from green to red when ripe. Deep, rich flavor makes these great for stuffing. 90 days from transplant.

  • Price: $2.95

Heinz 2653 Tomato - (20-25 Seeds)

Ace 55

Compact plants produce loads of tomatoes that set all at once.  Meaty, flavorful 4 0z red fruits have few seeds.  Great for canning or sauce.  80 days

  • Price: $2.95

Missouri Pink Love Apple Tomato - (20-25 Seeds)

Ace 55

Delicious pink-red beefsteak tomatoes.  Meaty fruits grow to 1 pound. One of our favorites!  Indet. 80 days

  • Price: $2.95

Spinach - Giant Nobel (75 seeds)

BLOOMSDALE LONG STANDING (50 seeds)

1926 - This is the largest spinach variety...leaves grow to 1 ft long! Dark green crumpled leaves are great for salads, especially when picked young. Plants are strong growers and tolerant to summer heat. Large harvest. 50 days

  • Price: $2.95

Ancho San Luis Pepper (10 seeds)

7 Pot Hot Pepper

This is a great variety of mildly hot pepper with rich flavor and a high yield.  6" x 3" fruits turn from green to red when ripe.  85 days from transplant.

  • Price: $2.95

Antillais Red Caribbean Hot Pepper (10 seeds) - Extremely Hot!

7 Pot Hot Pepper

Large yields of very hot, habanero style peppers that turn from orange to bright red when ripe.  Great flavor with a slightly sweet note.  Fruits are 2" x 1-1/2".  120 days

  • Price: $2.95

Balloon Hot Pepper Pepper (10 seeds)

7 Pot Hot Pepper

36" tall plants produce good yields of unusually shaped hot peppers that turn red when ripe. Also known as Bishop's Crown or Hat, these fruits have a sweet tone but are quite hot. Great for hot sauce. 100 days.

  • Price: $2.95

Boldog Hungarian Spice Pepper (10 seeds)

7 Pot Hot Pepper

Beautiful deep red 5" long peppers are used in making paprika.  Mild almost sweet flavor with a smokey tone.  85 days

  • Price: $2.95

Cantina Yellow Hot Pepper (10 seeds)

7 Pot Hot Pepper

Good yields of very hot fruits that turn bright yellow when ripe.  3" x 1-1/2" peppers.  100 days.

  • Price: $2.95

Chiltepin Hot Pepper (10 seeds)

7 Pot Hot Pepper

Compact shrubs produce tiny, 1/2" round extremely hot fruits that are bright red when ripe.  This one takes a while to grow...140 days.

  • Price: $2.95

Conquistador Hot Pepper (10 seeds)

7 Pot Hot Pepper

Good yields of 5-7" long peppers that turn deep red when ripe.  Medium heat with an alomost smokey aftertaste.  90 days

  • Price: $2.95

Eggplant - Rosa Bianca (20-25 seeds)

Eggplant - Rosa Bianca  (20-25 seeds)

36" tall plants produce 6" round fruits that are light lavendar with some white streaking.   This Italian heirloom is ideal for baking.  80 days

  • Price: $2.95

Eggplant - Rosita (20-25 seeds)

Eggplant - Rosita  (20-25 seeds)

Originally from Puerto Rico, this eggplant variety has a delicious and beautiful fruit. Eggplants are 8-9" long and have a thin, pinkish-purple skin that is not bitter. Meat is mils and has a slightly sweet flavor. Excellent for your home garden or markets. 80 days

  • Price: $2.95

Klari Baby Cheese Sweet Pepper (20 seeds)

7 Pot Hot Pepper

Originally from Hungary, this sweet pepper looks like a 3" round of cheese.  Fruits go from white to orange to red.  Delicious fresh.  75 days

  • Price: $2.95

Lemon Drop Pepper (10 seeds) - Medium Hot

7 Pot Hot Pepper

24" plants produce good yields of 2-3" long peppers that are yellow and sort of clear when ripe.  Very few seeds and a slight citrus flavor.  90 days

  • Price: $2.95

Tobago Seasoning Pepper (10 seeds) - Mild

Tobago Seasoning Pepper (10 seeds) - Mild

Also known as Trinidad Pimento or Seasoning pepper, this variety has lots of flavor but almost no heat. Can be used for a sweet pepper if you'd like a little more flavor. Good yields of 3-4" long peppers on a 40" tall plant. Peppers turn red when ripe. 85 days

  • Price: $2.95

 We hope our selection of heirloom tomatoes, pepper seeds, flowers seeds and vegetable seeds will inspire you to try some new heirlooms in your garden this year!