Chiles

Anaheim "M" Pepper Quick shop
Anaheim "M" Pepper
Plants of the Southwest

Anaheim "M" Pepper

$ 3.00

Medium-hot & long- bearing, use for rellenos or sauces.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Ancho (Poblano) Pepper Quick shop
Ancho (Poblano) Pepper
Plants of the Southwest

Ancho (Poblano) Pepper

$ 3.00

Large, heart shaped, medium hot chile, good for rellenos, soups and salsa fresca.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)    

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Big Jim Pepper Quick shop
Big Jim Pepper
Plants of the Southwest

Big Jim Pepper

$ 3.00

Large, mild-medium, 8" long fruit, thick walled, ideal for rellenos.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate.           (100 seeds)   

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Cayenne Pepper Quick shop
Cayenne Pepper
Plants of the Southwest

Cayenne Pepper

$ 3.00

Hot, short, slender, best dried & ground for red-hot sauces.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Centennial Chile Quick shop
Centennial Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Centennial Chile

$ 3.00

Tiny, ornamental, purple to white to red simultaneously (named for flag's colors).  Upward-growing pods are edible at all stages and hot!  Delightful houseplant.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Chiltepin (Tepin) Chile Quick shop
Chiltepin (Tepin) Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Chiltepin (Tepin) Chile

$ 3.00

Native Sonoran perennial. Little 1/2" spheres, thin fleshed. Blasting, quick-to- pass heat. Very good in salsas, stews, and for flavoring vinegar. Good houseplant. Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (50 seeds)   

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Chimayo Chile Quick shop
Chimayo Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Chimayo Chile

$ 3.00

Wonderful ristra chile, also good for stews & sauces, use green or red, hot.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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De Arbol Chile Quick shop
De Arbol Chile
Plants Of The Southwest

De Arbol Chile

$ 3.00

Small tree-like plant, 2-3" long, 1/4" wide chiles, hot and smokey.  Good dried chile. Great for making small wreaths.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (50 seeds)   

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Guajillo Chile Quick shop
Guajillo Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Guajillo Chile

$ 3.00

Common in Mexico, used dry for soups and salsa, mild to medium, 4-6" pods.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (50 seeds)   

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Habanero Chile Quick shop
Habanero Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Habanero Chile

$ 3.00

HOTTEST! Lantern shaped, lime green to orange fruit, aromatic & distinctive, good in sauces or pickled.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (50 seeds)   

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Hot Cherry Chile Quick shop
Hot Cherry Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Hot Cherry Chile

$ 3.00

This chile is usually pickled and served as a condiment. The peppers are medium hot and round in shape, about 2" wide on full and bushy plants.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Jalapeno Chile Quick shop
Jalapeno Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Jalapeno Chile

$ 3.00

Dark green, almost black, 3" long pepper, hot & good fresh or pickled.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Mirasol Chile Quick shop
Mirasol Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Mirasol Chile

$ 3.00

Very hot, "Mexican Improved" variety. Use only a little of the dried pods to flavor & color soup, stew & chicken. Gives a yellow color. Use green in salsa & guacamole.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Plants Of The Southwest

Mulatto Chile

$ 3.00

Dark brown when dried, use for rellenos, very smokey flavor, 5" long and 2" wide, pods are mild to medium hot.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)
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New Mexico #6 Pepper Quick shop
New Mexico #6 Pepper
Plants of the Southwest

New Mexico #6 Pepper

$ 3.00

All-purpose chile, one of the mildest we offer. Best if used when green. A great introduction to chiles.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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New Mexico R Naky Pepper Quick shop
New Mexico R Naky Pepper
Plants of the Southwest

New Mexico R Naky Pepper

$ 3.00

Medium-sized chile, excellent for cooking & drying, developed in New Mexico by Dr. Nakyama.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (50 seeds)   

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Plants of the Southwest

Padron Chile

$ 3.00

Heirloom traditionally harvested green and small. Sweet, mild flavor. Eat off the stem after quickly frying in olive oil and a sprinkle of coarse salt. Or tempura. Or dry for later salsas.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)
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Piquin Chile Quick shop
Piquin Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Piquin Chile

$ 3.00

Very hot, tiny, round or slightly pointed, perennial in Mexico and S. Texas, difficult to germinate. Good houseplant.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Red Peter Pepper Quick shop
Red Peter Pepper
Plants of the Southwest

Red Peter Pepper

$ 3.00

Pods are 3-4" long and about 1" wide, with a twisted, ropy texture. Bright red when ripe, quite hot.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Sandia Hot Chile Quick shop
Sandia Hot Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Sandia Hot Chile

$ 3.00

Very hot, thin walled, good green or red, fresh or dried, a chile lover's standard.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Santa Fe Grande Chile Quick shop
Santa Fe Grande Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Santa Fe Grande Chile

$ 3.00

Short, thick, hot, yellow pepper, good in condiments, pickled; a nice ornamental.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Serrano Chile Quick shop
Serrano Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Serrano Chile

$ 3.00

Hot, small, slender, rounded chile, serve fresh, dry or pickled, raw or roasted in salsas.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Shishito Pepper Quick shop
Shishito Pepper
Plants of the Southwest

Shishito Pepper

$ 3.00

The mildest favorite for pan frying and eating without removing skin or seeds. Thin walled glossy green 3 - 4 inch peppers. Prolific bearer. Every restaurant & hip cook has shishitos. Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Tabasco Chile Quick shop
Tabasco Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Tabasco Chile

$ 3.00

Very hot--the main ingredient of the famous sauce. Narrow & about 1 1/2" long. Prolific, bushy plants.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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Thai Chile Quick shop
Thai Chile
Plants of the Southwest

Thai Chile

$ 3.00

Tiny peppers (1" long), red when ripe, bred in Thailand, hot & the heat lingers. Good houseplant.  Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before transplanting or direct sow in long warm-season areas.  Sow 1/4" deep, 12-14" apart.  Requires steady warmth and moisture to germinate. (100 seeds)   

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