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Chili Pepper

Chili Pepper 'TAM Mild Jalapeno' (Capsicum annuum)

Developed by Texas A&M University (TAM), this selection produces high yields of more mildly spiced Peppers than a traditional Jalapeno. Remove the seed core and ribs for an even more mild taste. The fruit color changes from deep green to bright red at maturity, but the texture and…

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Chili Pepper 'Thai Dragon' (Capsicum annuum)

Heavy yields of Peppers that are five times hotter than standard Jalapenos. The fruits can be used fresh or dried and when they are green or red, but be aware the green Peppers are also spicy. When dried, the Cayenne Pepper can be ground into a powder and used in chili recipes.

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Chili Pepper 'Thai Hot' (Capsicum annuum)

Green peppers that mature to blazing red color with flavor to match! Spiciness increases with lean soil and minimal watering. The peppers are held upright on plant making this a colorful ornamental when it’s loaded with fruits. Perfectly sized for growing in patio pots.

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Chili Pepper 'Trinidad Scorpion' (Capsicum chinense)

Unique red fruits considered one of the hottest peppers in the world. This pepper originates in Trinidad where it is used for cooking and as an ingredient in wildlife repellents and tear gas. Use caution with this pepper – a little goes a long way. Start with a small amount and…

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Chili Pepper 'Zavory' (Capsicum annuum)

An incredible development for those who love the delicious flavor of Habanero Peppers but who can’t handle the spicy heat of one of the world’s hottest peppers. ‘Zavory’ has the taste of a Habanero but with just mild spiciness! These festive red peppers add great color to…

Tabasco, Chili Pepper

Tabasco, Chili Pepper (Capsicum frutescens)

This pepper is so attractive it can stand on it’s own as an ornamental potted plant or garden accent. As the fruit develops it may turn a range of colors from green to gold and orange until finally maturing to a deep red. The peppers are spicy hot and are often used to flavor…