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.
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 mild, very aromatic Jalapeno type. Prolific and eariler than most Jalapenos. A great choice for a Jalapeno lover.
Great outdoor plant which can be a little difficult to overwinter. Medium tall plant. Produces good crops.
Challenge: 1 (Easy but can be tough to overwinter).
Rare, very different kind of chili pepper. It’s quite mild all around but still might surprise if you eat it as it is.
Sweet, full taste. Very compact plant, which produces a lot of pods which look like brown eggs.
For a chili collector who wants more mild and unique plants and pods.
A wonderful mild variety from mexico which has a great aroma with a nice sweetness. The name comes from the fact that you can use the dried pods as a shaker as the seeds will rattle inside the pod. Recommended especially for outdoor and greenhouse growing. Gives a good yields.
A mild, very tasty variety I have grown since 2003 almost every year. Has only a mild pungency. The taste is best when used before fully maturing. Just pick these pods just when start to turn into yellowish orange and you'll be amazed of the taste. One of the greatest mild varieties when picked at the right time! Let it ripen and it's still good, but more like ordinary mild pepper.
How aromatic and flavorful chili peppers can be? This variety is a great example how tasty baccatum chili peppers are! The heat level is quite mild but this can turn your cooking around.
Besides being very tasty, this plant is actually very easy to grow and it produces lots and lots of pods all season long. A must-have variety for any grower!
Capsicum baccatum variety with exceptional sweetness. The pods can grow quite big which makes them good for stuffing. Heat level is quite mild. Very nice aroma which makes it a great choice for a mild pepper. Gives good yields and all kinds of conditions.
Rare, unusual, fascinating variety which practically stays green. Some pods will get yellowish tint when mature, but the overall color of the pods is really green! This is very unique trait. Extremely rare. Has a great flower and surprisingly, no heat, only little warmth. Great, pretty variety to grow. Very limited batch!
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 Very sweet and tasty Jalapeno is actually very very mild, almost completely nonpungent. Great choice for jalapeno lovers who want the taste without too much heat. This plant produces quite large pods. Faster to mature than most Jalapenos.
One of the prettiest ornamental plants there is!
Very compact shape and the GREAT looks makes this one a must have.
Very easy to grow, ideal for beginners too.
The pods are non-pungent and have a rather nice taste compared to many other ornamental varieties.
These plants are really an attention catchers.
Challenge: 1 (one of the easiest-to-grow chile peppers)
Very compact, nice, mild ornamental chili pepper which ripens from dark green to bright yellow-orange. These are great patio / windowsill plants and ideal for people who don't want the heat. They grow very nicely even in small pods.
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)
This must be one of the most delightful and delicious peppers one can find!
It looks like a pink-orange Habanero, it tastes exactly like a Habanero - but it's very mild it hardly has any heat at all! The
strong, distinctive flavor makes this a perfect pepper for salads - or even for snacks! Very, very prolific plant!
Best of all, it's great for even beginners to be grown in a pots.
So very pretty chili pepper with multiple colored pods. The pods have colors of dark and light purple, yellow, green, red, orange, cream and almost pink. Medium hot. Compact plants. Very nice ornamental!
Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow)
A very popular European non-pungent delicious sweet pepper. Can be used like paprika / bell peppers, and just like them, are great for stuffing.
Produces a large amount of huge peppers at once. Very compact plant size.
Yellow variation of Ramiro pepper. Nonpungent, huge variety.
Perfect for stuffing. Even the pods are enormous, these plants are actually quite compact sized.
A wonderful, tastier substite for bell peppers.
Nonpungent-very, very mild sweet pepper with absolutely great taste. More sweetness than ordinary bell peppers have. Ideal for stuffing! For stuffing, you can use hot spices too! Very easy to grow and gives a great yield. Use large pots or hydroponics for maximum yield.
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).
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)
A mild seasoning pepper from the island of Trinidad. It tastes quite different from another mild Caribbean chinense variety, "Pink Habanero", with gentle, pleasant, slightly sweet flavor very usable for salads for example. The bright yellow pods are simply beautiful! If you like the habanero aroma without the intense heat. This is the one for you.
Challenge: 2 (The plant might be a little fragile)