Ancho Gigantea Pepper
great favourite Heirloom pepper from Mexico and southwesthern U.S. A.
5 inch green and black heart-shaped fruit is called "Poblano" when fresh and "Ancho" when ripened to red
and then dried.
-Rich distinctive flavour excellent for chiles rellenos, sauces, rubs,
roasting and stuffing.
-Heat code of 3 when fresh and 4 when dried.
-Peppers produced mid to later in the season.
Aurora Pepper Hot
just 1 foot tall, this Russian heirloom pepper plant can be grown in a small pot and kept over winter as
a house plant.
-Beautiful purple-green foliage and lavender, purple, orange,
and finally red fruit.
-The 1 1/2 inch long fruit have a heat code of 6.
-Fruit produced early in the season.
-This fine tasting pepper is also highly ornamental.
-It grows 3 fet tall with purple veined foliage, purple flowers and shiny black and red fruit.
-Ideal to grow in a large container or flower garden.
-the 4 inch
peppers have a heat code of 6.
-Fruit produced early to mid-season.
Bull NoseBell Pepper sweet
-This famous pepper was grown at
Monticello by Thomas Jefferson, the 3rd president of the United States.
-The sturdy plant
produces bell peppers of excellent flavour.
-The fruit ripens from green to orange to red and
can be used at any colour stage. The sweetest is red.
-Peppers are produced early to mid-season.
Grande Jalapeno Hot
big fat jalapeno that is perfect for making lots of salsa.
flavourful, hot flesh.
-Great for Jalapeno lovers.
Etiuda Sweet Pepper Sweet
-One of the best tasting peppers.
-Sugary sweet when ripe.
-Thick walled orange fruits are crisp, very sweet and juicy.
-Great choice for a
-A very hot pepper originating in Central Africa
-the 30 inch tall plant produces many 3 inch long golden, orange fruit.
-The peppers have a delicious citrus flavour and very few seeds.
-This variety is a great choice for pots, and can be overwintered inside.
-Its fruit is sizzling hot with a heat code of 10:
-Fruit produced later in the season.
Feher Ozon Paprika
quality paprika pepper
-Very prodcuctive plant with 3 inch by 4 to 5 inches long fruits.
Fish Pepper Hot
-Highly attractive 2 foot pepper plant brought from Western Africa to New England in the 1850's.
-Named due to its use in oyster and crab houses along Chesapeake Bay.
-A great salsa
-This variety has beautiful variegated foliage and 3 inch long fruit that ripen from
with green stripes to orange with brown stripes to all red.
-Heat code of 5; Fruit prooduced mid-season.
Pepper Extremely hot
-One of the world's hottest peppers
-1,000,000 Scoville units!- Slowly grows into 4 feet plants in good locations.
walled, wrinkled pointed fruits are 2 to 3 inches in length.