Completely non-pungent, great looking Big, thick-fleshed pepper which is whitish green first, then creamy white and finally turns to red. Can be a size of a huge tomato. Great for salads and to be used as it is. Also great for stuffing! Sweet and fruity taste. Grows nicely even in smaller pots.
This tough, rare wild chili pepper is very easy to grow. It gives great yields of small pods which have very Tepin-like heat and unique aroma. Actually works quite nicely as a dried powder. The plant is very tolerable against both heat and cold. It does not tolerate against frost though. If you are looking for a all around, easy-to-grow tough chili plant and are little bit interested in wild chilis, this one is surely for you!
Huge, very mild, great tasting and super sweet classic variety from Mexico.
Ideal for stuffing. Matures to dark brown, almost black.
This is the "mexican bell pepper".
A great substitute for normal nonpungent bell peppers. Sturdy plant which produces large amount of huge pods.
A small,very pretty ornamental chili plant suitable for small pots and indoors growing.
Perfect for Bonsai-growing due to lots of tiny leaves. Surprisingly useful for
If you are looking for a compact plant, this one is the one for you.
Pretty looking purple & black ornamental variety with quite round pods which look nice at all stages of maturity. The plant is very compact and suitable for growing in small pots or balcony pots. These pods pack a quite pungency. When dried and powdered, it tastes like Italian tomatoes dried in the sun.
A rare and true beauty! This ornamental variety is quite useful for cooking, too. The
moderately hot pods go through many beautiful colors, including purple, before
they finally turn bright red when ripe. Even the pretty flowers have purple
tones. A delight for any chili-loving home!
Limited supply available again!
Challenge: 1 (easy)
One of the most beautiful and easiest ornamental pepper plants you can find! This small, compact plant is pretty even in the wintertime – but wait until it receives enough sunshine or suitable artificial light! The dark green leaves will turn shiny deep purple, almost black. The cone-shaped, erect pods go through colors of green, purple, pink, yellow and orange before ripening bright red! There are usually pods of all these colors in the plant at the same time, making it a perennial favorite of many people. The pods are moderately hot and perfectly usable in cooking.
Super, super prolific long and thin, funny looking chili peppper! A little above medium pods which are great for oriental cooking.
Great for outdoor and greenhouse growing! A nice plant to have on your balcony too! Grows very well in pots.
Nice ornamental variety which has a great color palette when maturing. Looks great in a small pot as a tiny ornamental to decorate your house, patio, balcony or garden. Matures from light green to yellow to orange, and finally ripens to red. Might have some shades of purple.
A wonderful variety which gives great yields no matter where it's growing, indoors, outdoors, in greenhouse or in a garden. Ideal for oriental dishes. Easy to grow but not recommended for overwintering. Best to grow as annual plant.
Challenge 2: (Easy to grow but can be difficult to overwinter).
Very useful variety which produces upright pods which ripen from dark green to orange-red. Cayenne like taste with a little less heat, just a little above average heat level. Very prolific even in colder environment. Ideal for oriental cooking.
Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow, overwintering not recommended indoors).
This pretty plant is very easy to grow and produces an amazing amount of round pods which mature from green to red. Ideal for all kinds of growing, like indoor growing, outdoor growing, balcony growing and bonsai growing. Tolerates cold weather quite well.
This is a Mexican variety used to make tamales, marinades, stews and soups. It resembles
medium-hot Mexican peppers like Jalapeño and Serrano, and can be used like
these when still green. Mexican cuisine uses dozens of chili varieties for
creating subtle nuances in cooking. A traditional “mole” sauce can contain up
to 40 different chili varieties! This small, pretty pepper is not nearly as
well known in western cooking as Jalapeño – but since the Mexicans love it, why
shouldn’t you check it too? Catarina just might be the secret ingredient to
make your dishes that one special bit better than others’ ?
Plant is very compact sized and produces amazing amount of pods each cycle.
A bonus for this variety is that it's usable as a shaker for musicians when dried!
The seeds will rattle inside the pod. We are using these in recordings too. :)
Cayenne variation which has just average heat level instead of the piercing pungency of traditional Cayenne. This variety is medium compact and bears great yields especially under the full sun. Ideal for outdoor, balcony, patio and greenhouse growing.
Challenge: 1 (very easy to grow, just remember it can be susceptible for pests when growing indoors).
A devilish variety which heat type makes it feel hotter than it actually is. Very good for asian/chinese/indian style cooking. The plant is very bushy which produces so many pods even in smaller container. Ideal for outdoor/patio/balcony growing.
Very pretty ornamental pepper which ripens from purple to pink, to red in shades of different colors in between. Looks great when maturing. Not as hot as many other ornamental peppers. The powder is better than most ornamentals also. Very compact plant. Pretty as small ornamental pepper or bonchi.
Very pretty ornamental plant. Can be used as powder with any cooking. Especially suits oriental cooking very well. The plant is very compact and unusually beautiful! With a big container these pods can grow much bigger than ornamentals usually grow. Highly recommended for decorating your home, balcony, patio or garden.
This beautiful and very unique hot pepper from South America can easily make a grown man cry. So sharp is its bite! This beasty chili is excellent when dried and ground to flakes or powder. The plant itself looks amazing with its silvery, strongly pubescent leaves and striking, black pods which finally ripen to bright red. One of the favorites for many! A sturdy, vigorous plant, also suitable for pots. Very difficult to germinate.
A very thick fleshed, sweet pods with mild-medium pungency.
Especially good with salsas and salads.
Easy to grow outdoors.
Very fast to mature.
Common pod type originates from Hungary. Great for stuffing with cheese, minced meat or rice.
Despite it's name, this variety actually ripens to red. The immature color is quite yellow so it's commonly called yellow. The mature pods are very sweet and have only a little heat. Thick flesh. Great to be stuffed with some cheese and wrapped in a bacon! Or to be sliced and used with salads etc. The plant grows very well in a pot. Suitable for outdoor, greenhouse and balcony growing. Very easy to grow but can be a magnet for spider mites when grown indoors.
Challenge: 1 (when grown outside or in a greenhouse).
A very pretty – and useful – hot pepper for many kinds of cooking. Perhaps this is just what your kitchen window needs? Produces a lot of pods in upward clusters. Very suitable for growing even in small pots.
Elongated pequin variety which produces an insanely big amount of pods in a compact plant! It’s very easy to grow which makes it great for beginners. The taste is better what you could expect from pequin. Definitely great for oriental cooking.
Despite it's name, this variety isn't super hot, but just above the medium heat level. Actually works with cooking quite well, for example, it's ideal in wok. The pods are large enough to be stuffed. Grows very well even in colder climates. Ideal for outdoor and greenhouse growing.
A fantastic, very compact variety which bears a lot of very hot pods. Very good for beginners. The taste is not as good as C. baccatum chili peppers in average but this one is ideal kitchen plant if you want a decorative plant which you can use just to heat up your food.
An ornamental chile pepper that is so insanely pretty you simply can't miss it. If you like to grow useful chile peppers that are a true eye-candy! This is an ideal variety to decorate your windowsill, balcony, patio or garden. Perfect to be candied as it looks very pretty and has quite thin flesh. Very good bonsai chile candidate too. You can melt anyones heart with this one. Makes this an ideal gift item.
An interesting cross between Capsicum chinense and annuum. It has a very nice orange color which seems to glow when it gets hit by a lot of light.
Pungency is just little above medium.
This hybrid is still in early generations so changes will most likely occur. You can continue breeding it to your liking. Named by a dear friend.
Super prolific plant!
Also known as 'Penis Pepper' for quite obvious reasons.
A medium hot which can sometimes surprise you. The plant itself is very compact and can bear a lot of Peters at the same time. This will definitely make your friends scratch their head. :) Limited supply. Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)
Very, very pretty ornamental pepper which can be used for cooking as a medium hot powder. The plant is very compact and the stems can grow quite big which makes it especially ideal for bonsai chile pepper growing. The pods mature from dark purple/black to yellow/purple/brown. Very odd final color. absolutely great looking these pods are ripening on a pretty plant.
A surprisingly poorly known favorite from Mexican cuisine! This beautiful pepper is among the hottest annuum peppers – definitely strong enough for any purpose. Its taste and flavor are, however, much more pleasant than in most hot annuum peppers. Very early variety with lots of eye candy due to its color-changing beautiful pods. Recommended for every chile pepper grower! Grows very nicely even in small pots. Try drying and crushing the pods for your foods!
Very pretty chile pepper which matures from dark green to red and reactts to sunlight with turning it’s color to dark purple/black. The pods can look great with part of the pod colored. Quite hot and very prolific variety with a Cayenne-like taste.
A medium hot, quite useful variety which produces a large quantity of pods every time. Gives a good, serrano-like kick to foods when used as a small rings. The name comes from the salmon-like color it has just before fully maturing.
First, this pretty ornamental plant has nothing to do with the Tabasco pepper. That said, it is, however, a very popular choice especially for those who grow bonsai peppers at home. The berries are hot and useful especially when dried and ground. They can then be used like Asian –style red hot peppers.
Very mild, practically non-pungent variety which suits Tapas snacks very well, as you might have guessed. Use for any kind of stuffing! A great substitute for bell peppers as these are much easier and faster to grow and also taste better. Use as immature or mature stage to gain different results with the taste. When using immature pods for stuffing it's possible to get peppers for stuffing very quickly!
Challenge: 2 (Very easy to grow except might give pest problems when growing in dry indoor conditions).
Very unusual cross between Tepin and Lemon Drop.
Surprisingly the end result is very sweet and good tasting medium-hot/hot chili pepper. The plant is extremely prolific. The powder made from this variety is very good!
These seeds should produce fith generation plants so it’s not fully stable yet but quite close.
Ever fancied tiny bell peppers with that great, non-pungent, sweet taste? Haven’t we all. Meet that delicious little beauty here. Nice for stuffing, too! Produces nice crops very easily. Challenge: 1 (easy)