Anaheim 77 days Long, pendent, tapers green peppers. Mildly hot, medium thick
Ancho AKA Pablano 65 days Loads of mildly pungent, 4" heart-shaped fruit. called Ancho when dried and Pablano when fresh.
Orange Bell 70 days One of the sweetest bells. Warm orangy-red when ripe. Allow to ripen fully for unbeatable flavor!
Banana 68 days Attractive, sweet, 6" long fruits are great when eaten fresh , frying or pickling.
California Wonder 75 days A great bell pepper for stuffing. Smooth and glossy, dark green turns red as it ages, 4" by 4" peppers.
Cayenne 72 days Good for pickles, canning or drying. Slender 4-6". 5,000 Scovilles
Cowhorn 75 days Distinctively curved pods, 6-10" long turns from dark green to red. Abundant peppers.
Golden Wonder 70 days Heirloom Bell Peppers are bright gold, changing to orange-red when mature.
Habanero 95 days Tapered, lantern shaped pods with thin flesh ripening to golden orange. 250,000-300,000 Scovilles
Fresno chili 75days The Fresno gains a smokier, fruitier taste than a jalapeño as it matures to its red hue. Many, in fact, prefer the more complex flavors.
Jalapeno 72 days Dark green 3x1" fruit maturing to red. Good fresh, pickling, or drying. 5000-8000 Scovilles
Scotch Bonnet 80 days These small, thin skinned, peppers are shaped like a patty pan squash and grow to about 3/4" long and 1-1/2" wide.
Pepperoncini 72 days Abundant yields of thin, yellowish-green , mildly hot fruits. Great in salads or pickled.
Purple Bell 70 days Deep purple blocky bell with thick walls. Compact plants yield heavily.
Red Bell 70 days Smooth, blocky, thick-walled fruits mature from green to red. Excellent fresh or for processing.
Serrano 75 days Slim, club shaped green peppers maturing to bright red. Crisp fresh taste. 30,000 Scovilles
Thai 70 days Small, slim peppers about 1" long appear bright red when mature. Heavy producer. 35,000 Scovilles