Happy New Year! We will not be shipping plants in 2022, but hope to resume in 2023. In the meantime, I recommend Seed Savers Exchange and Territorial Seeds for ordering live plants. They both have good quality and a good selection. Thank you for being the best customers that any business could hope for, and happy gardening! -Margie

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  • Hot Pepper Plant, Aji Dulce Organic

    $7.65
    First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. The flavor and looks of a red Habanero, but without the heat... 85 Days. OP. Like the flavor of Habaneros, but can't take the heat? Aji Dulce looks and grows just like a red Habanero, but is very mild. Has the same fruity flavor that is sooo good in salsas. Large, bushy, productive plant gets loaded with bright red fruits. Fool your friends... Loved by Puerto Ricans and anybody who has tasted their Ajihito sauce. Also use in Venezualan, Peruvian and Dominican Republic cooking. We have gone back to the smaller fruited Aji Dulce, as our customers report that it has better flavor then the larger one. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
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    First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Blistering heat in a red habanero type pepper on a large, productive plant... 85 days. OP. Hotter than a habanero! Tested at 445,000 scoville units. Habaneros usually test at around 300,000 su. Same style of plant as a habanero - a big, decorative bush that gets loaded with 1 1/2" by 1" wrinkled, red fruits. Has that fruity flavor and aroma that habanero types are famous for. Use this one carefully in sauces, salsas and marinades. Not for the timid. It is the smaller red pepper in the picture. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Current Guiness Book of World Records' hottest pepper in the world since 2012... The hottest of the super hots, Smokin' Eds's Carolina Reaper is the current Guiness Book of World Records hottest pepper record holder. Tested at 1,569,000 scoville units. One individual fruit tested at 2.2 million. Ouch! Starts small but makes a 4" bush and produces plenty of 2" by 2" bumpy red fruits with a stinger. 90 days. Developed by Ed Currie in South Carolina. The heat in hot peppers can vary according to soil and temperature, so maybe you can grow one even hotter than 2.2 million! We purchase seed from one of the 2 licensed sellers, so you know you are getting the right pepper! Caution! Please handle these peppers as though they were fire, because they are! Wear gloves and eye protection, and wash your hands with lemon juice before touching anything. Please act responsibly regarding sharing with others. The burn from these on eyes or other sensitive areas is excrutiating. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Extremely hot and spicy pepper that is indispensable for Jamaican Jerk sauce... 90 days. OP. Extremely hot habanero type pepper (450,000 scoville units). One of the hottest habanero type peppers we sell. Looks like a chocolate brown Habanero, but has more heat and a distinctively rich and smoky flavor. Can be dried and smoked for a truly amazing sauce. Used extensively in the Caribbean for jerk sauces and marinades. Bush can get to 3' tall. With a long enough season it can be quite productive. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. A large and productive jalapeno of exceptional quality... 80 days. OP. A large jalapeno that is perfect for stuffing and all other uses for a jalapeno. It is one of the biggest Jalapenos known, and very high quality and abundant. The plant is rather modest, but gets loaded with fruits. Like most jalapenos, not too hot when green but gets fiery when allowed to ripen to red. Developed at Redwood City Seeds. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. 75 days, OP. Productive and early, these plants get medium tall and produce loads of blunt, 3"x1" tapered, dark green fruits that develop the classic brown netting as they turn red. The plants keep pumping out peppers until frost. 4000 to 6500 scoville units. Pickle 'em, pop 'em, put 'em on pizza and in salsa - these are popular and versatile. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Fiery hot lemony peppers mature earlier than Habanero... 75 days. OP. From the word "fatal!" Hotter than a habanero, these 2" to 3" long, tapered and wrinkled, yellow/orange peppers mature substantially earlier. A wonderful choice if you want the heat of a habanero but have trouble getting them to mature in your garden. Fruits have a citrusy zing, if you can get beyond the heat! Plants get 3' to 4' tall and loaded with fruits. From Africa. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. A very early and productive, mildish hot pepper known for making pickled hot peppers... 68 days, OP. From Hungary. Our favorite hot pepper when we lived in North Idaho. Very early, very productive, and versatile. We use it for salsa, pickling, and chili rellenos. The fruits are 6"x 1 1/2", tapered, yellow turning red, and waxy. 700 to 3000 scoville units. Harvest when yellow for mild flavor, harvest when red for heat. Sets even in cool weather. Also known as Hot Banana pepper and is used for making the hot, yellow, pickled peppers that are delicious on sandwiches and pizzas. Medium/small sized plant gets heavy with peppers early in the season. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Heavy producer of lemon yellow, citrusy tasting, hot peppers... 70 to 75 days. Heirloom from Peru. OP. Also called Lemon Drop. Oh, how I love these little devils! Plants grow bushy and produce loads of bright yellow, 2" long hot peppers that have a distinctive citrusy flavor. The heat is farely scorching at the bottom tips, but mellows out considerably further up the pepper. I cut off and discard the bottom of the pepper, the seeds, and the membranes when using it to season food for heat challenged folks. The flavor is delightful in anything that you would like to have hot pepper and lemon in: fish, chicken, rice, salsa, etc. Makes a fantastic and bright yellow hot sauce. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. A large and very productive Anaheim type pepper... 80 days. OP. The biggest of the New Mexican Anaheim type varieties, with pods as long as 12". Plants are tall and productive - best staked. These peppers are just perfect for chili rellenos and grilling and mild salsa. Mild to medium heat, and does well in hot, dry weather. A favorite for roasting for making green chili sauce in the south west. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Quite hot and very popular for salsas, green turning red when fully ripe and hottest... 75 Days, OP. Medium tall, bushy plants get just loaded with 2" long, tapered peppers. They look like a thinner version of a jalapeno, but have substantially more heat. Medium hot when green, they get fiery when fully ripened to red. Very popular and used in salsas, sauces, and for fresh eating. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
  • Hot Pepper Plant, Thai Hot Organic

    $6.65
    First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Two to three inch long, skinny, red hotties popular in Thai cooking... 85 days. OP. Very hot red pepper from Thailand with thin skin, two to three inches long, and skinny. These are used extensively in Oriental cooking. They are easily dried due to their thin skin. Just pull the entire plant up before frost and hang upside down to dry. Makes beautiful wreaths and ristras. Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.
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