Pepper Seeds

  • $6.95
    The first widely adapted red bell, and destined to be king of the reds wherever it's grown! Impressive, four-lobed...
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  • $6.35–$8.50
    A giant sweet bell that's one of our most popular for fresh market, home gardens and gourmet chefs. Extra-large,...
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    Most gardeners wouldn't change a thing about Big Chile II except its tendency to scald from sparse leaf cover. Now...
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  • $3.95
    An heirloom dating back to the 1800's. Crisp, 3 to 4-lobed, glossy bells ripen from green to red, have an excellent...
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  • $3.45
    One of our best stuffing varieties and most popular overall. Smooth and glossy fruits are dark green when young and...
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  • $3.75
    A huge heirloom bell-type that is unequaled for size. Fruits measure up to 6 inches long across by 4-1/2 inches wide....
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  • $5.95
    These giant-sized 5" x 2" broad-shouldered, thick-walled beauties mature from a dark glossy green to scarlet red....
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    If you love growing giant sweet peppers, this is the variety you don't want to pass up. Huge fruits, approx. 7 in....
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    Very attractive, large, blocky, 3 to 4-lobed bells grow 3 to 4 in wide by 4 to 5 in long. Thick-walled fruits ripen...
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    90 Days Yes, this is the original strain, from the Alfreys! We reintroduced this ornery old heirloom several years...
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  • $3.55
    Shaped like Hungarian Yellow Hot Pepper, but this one is sweet. Attractive, golden, long-tapered fruits. Very...
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  • $4.25
    71 Days A sensational sweet bell from the Goliath™ family. Massive 4-lobed fruits set well under a variety of...
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  • $3.45
    Get the entire rainbow in a single packet! A perfect mix for us to offer since the demand for colorful bell peppers...
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Since pepper seeds have a hard seed coat, soaking them for 8 hrs. prior to sowing is beneficial. Sow indoors, starting 8 to 10 weeks before transplanting outdoors once nighttime temperatures are above 45°F. Plant seeds in trays of pre-moistened starting mix, 1/2 in. deep, 1 in. apart. Place trays onto heat mat with consistent bottom heat of 75°-85°F and cover with plastic dome or wrap, keep moist. When seedlings are about 1 1/2 in. tall with 2-3 sets of true leaves, then transplant them into Jiffy® Pots with moistened potting soil. After 1-2 week, fertilize seedlings once per week with ALGOPlus All-purpose 6-6-6 liquid food at 1/2 label dilution rate. Harden off seedlings for 7-10 days prior to planting out into the garden.