This page gives information on how to buy hot pepper seeds from David's Garden Seeds. We have a wonderful selection of spicy peppers we know you will enjoy! Happy shopping!
Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper Seeds plants are rated 800,000-1,001,300 on the Scoville Scale. Heat is nothing less than intense and can be used in both fresh and dried forms. Commonly used in competitive chili pepper eating, India's Defense Organization even uses the pepper in non-lethal hand grenades, and pepper spray! Guinness World Records certified the Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper as the world's hottest chili pepper in 2007. Ripe peppers measure 1-1 1/2" wide. Ready to harvest in 120 days
Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) 25 Heirloom Seeds
Big Jim Hot Peppers rate
15,000-30,000 on the Scoville Scale. Great flavor in a mildly hot green
pepper. Developed by New Mexico State University, this is the preferred
pepper to make green chili. Heavy producing plant with 12" long by two to three inch
wide fruits. Sturdy plant will bow under the weight of these huge
peppers! Ready to harvest in 85 days.
Big Jim 50 Organic Seeds
Czechoslovakian Black Hot Pepper has the best combination of flavor, heat and color. A highly ornamental and culinary hot pepper that combines the qualities of earliness, adaptability, flavor, and color. Has green foliage accented by purple veins and white-streaked lavender flowers.
Pendant fruits (1 x 2-1/2") are blunt conical shape and are medium hot when red. Plants are tall (3') with upright branches. Showy: red fruit at the base, purple black fruit at the top contrasts with purple green leaves. Organically grown. Harvest in about 85 days.
Czechoslovakian Black 25 Organic Seeds
Buy hot pepper seeds. Consider the Fish. Fish Hot Pepper is an heirloom considered by many to be the best variety to use when cooking fish and shellfish. Plants, 18 to 24", feature decorative green and purple foliage splashed with white. High yields of very hot, pointed fruits, about 1-1/2" long, range from white with green stripes, to orange with brown stripes, to a brilliant red - some deep purple, too.
Ready to harvest in 55 days
Hot Pepper Fish 50 Heirloom Seeds
Golden Ghost Hot Pepper is a bright golden yellow habanero. Beautiful fruits avg. three and 1/4 inches by one inch. They are extremely hot - as hot if not hotter than Habanero - and reasonably early for this type of pepper. More prolific than Habanero in regions with short summers. Big, bushy plants. Ready to harvest in 63 days green) to 94 days (yellow)Golden Ghost 25 Hybrid Seeds
Habanero Hot Pepper Mix is made of open pollinated peppers. Plant Habanero Mix Pepper Seeds, now offered in a blend of different colors! If intense heat is what you are after, look no further than our Habanero Mix of pepper seeds, reportedly creating peppers 1,000 times hotter than Jalapeno. Plant and harvest these peppers in shades of the iconic orange, and now also in yellow, red and green. A Caribbean favorite used in sauces, the tapered lantern-shaped pods with thick, wrinkled flesh must be grown in warm, moist conditions.
Ready to harvest in 80-100 days
Pepper Hot Habanero Mix 50 Heirloom Seeds
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Habanero Hot Pepper Seeds produce on average two inch by one and 1/4 inch wrinkled fruits ripen from dark green to salmon orange. This extremely pungent Habanero may be used fresh or dried. Key ingredient in Jamaican "jerk" sauces. Yield potential is good, but can be erratic in the North. Organically grown.
Ready to harvest in 80 days
Hot Pepper Habanero 100 Organic Seeds
Habanero Numex Suave Orange has a distinctive fruity flavor and aroma of a habanero with only a hint of pungency. Compared to Habanero, the avg. 2¼" fruits are slightly larger, plumper, more wrinkled, and ripen to a bright yellow-orange (contrasting Habanero's orange). The tall, strong, upright plants have a high yield potential. Relatively early for a habanero. Organically grown.
Ready to harvest in 70 days
Hot Pepper Habanero Numex Suave Orange 50 Organic Seeds
Havasu Hot Pepper is a high-yielding, widely-adapted Santa Fe pepper. The conica-shaped fruits are thick walled, avg. 3 1/2 x 2", and change from a pale yellow to orange to red. Usually harvested pale yellow but also can be used orange or red. Commonly stuffed like poblanos to make a more spiced-up version of chile rellanos. Also excellent fried or pickled.
Pepper Hot Havasu 25 Hybrid Seeds
Hot Wax is a yellow hot pepper with five and 1/2" x one and 1/2" smooth, waxy fruits tapering to a point. Easy to stuff and to peel after roasting; thick-fleshed for frying. Its sunset-ripening peppers change from yellow to orange to red, and make the prettiest pickled peppers. Early and widely adapted. Definitely, but not overly, hot.
Ready to harvest in 58-83 days
Pepper Hot Hungarian Hot Wax 50 Organic Seeds
Lightning Pepper Seed is the new hot banana for pickling or fresh eating. The smooth, avg. 7" fruits are thick walled and are borne on medium-large, high-yielding plants. Best pickled as they are not as richly flavored as most hot peppers. Usually pickled yellow but may also be used red. Lightning is widely adapted and does particularly well in cool weather.
Pepper Hot Lightning 50 Hybrid Seeds
Is Orange Scotch Bonnet Hot Pepper hotter than Habanero? You judge! Definitely later and not as long. The bonnet-shaped fruits are bright orange when ripe; flavor is smoky and fiery hot. Plants, 30" tall, are excellent in containers in the North.
Pepper Hot Orange Scotch Bonnet 25 Open Pollinated Seeds
Paper Lantern Hot Pepper is earlier and more productive than regular habaneros. Magnificent, elongated and wrinkled, lantern-shaped fruits are 3-4" long. Bigger than our regular habaneros, they pack the same mouth-blistering heat. Tall plants. Organically grown.
Pepper Hot Paper Lantern 25 Organic Seeds
Padron Hot Peppers are unique peppers that are famous in Spain. Named after the town where
they originated. Harvest Padron peppers when they are 1-1 1/2" long.
About 1 out of 20 fruits will be hot, and the rest mild. All the fruits
become hot if allowed to grow 2-3" long. Padrons are served sautéed in
olive oil with a little sea salt, and eaten as tapas (appetizers) in
Spain. Many of our customers buy hot pepper seeds, especially Padron. It seems to be their favorite hot pepper seed to buy.
Ready to harvest in 60 days
Hot Pepper Padron 100 Heirloom Seeds
Pequin Hot Peppers are numerous, vibrant pendant fruits, small but very hot, that cover bushy plants
and grow up to 4" long. Plants can be overwintered indoors. Buy hot pepper seeds for that extra kick in your recipes.
Ready to harvest in 105 days
Hot Pepper Pequin 50 Open Pollinated Seeds
Open pollinated seeds. Smokin' Ed's Carolina Reaper® is a super
hot pepper developed by Founder, President, Mad-Scientist & Chef
Smokin' Ed Currie in his Rock Hill, South Carolina greenhouse. Measuring
over 1.5 million on the Scoville Heat Unit Scale, Smokin' Ed's Carolina
Reaper® was awarded the Guinness World Record in November of 2013. The
flavor of Hybrid seeds. Smokin' Ed's Carolina Reaper® has been described
as a roasted sweetness delivering an instant level of heat never before
achieved continuing with an increasing tidal wave of scorching fire
that grips you from head to toe. Eyes glaze. Brows perspire. Arms flail.Buy hot pepper seeds if you dare!
CAUTION! CAUTION! CAUTION! CAUTION! CAUTION! As of 2-9-2015 this is the
hottest pepper. Can reach up to 2.2 million Scoville.
Ready to harvest in 180 days
Hot Pepper Smoking Ed's Carolina Reaper 10 Open Pollinated Seeds
Tabasco Hot Pepper is incredibly hot with a delicious smoky flavor, this is THE pepper made
famous by the Tabasco Brand Pepper sauce since 1848! Plants grow to 4
feet tall as the Tabasco Peppers mature from creamy yellow to orange to
red. Will thrive in a container as well, protected from the frost
Tabasco Pepper plants can live for several years. If you love the sauce, try making your own. Buy hot pepper seeds for your garden!
Ready to harvest in 75 days
Pepper Hot Tabasco 50 Open Pollinated Seeds
You will want to plant your peppers in full sun, shading them with taller plants or protective shade cloth so they are not constantly in the hot sun all day long. I know it sounds contradictory, but if you live in a hot climate, they have to be protected from the overbearing afternoon sun. This is important. The plants will not grow peppers if they are too hot. Also, watering is very important, especially in hot, dry climates.
Prepare your pepper bed by tilling and mixing in compost with your soil. Make sure the bed drains well.
Hot peppers do well if you start your plants indoors six to eight weeks before the last frost. If you want to plant seed directly into the ground, wait until at least two weeks after the final frost. Plant rows two feet apart with plants at least 12 inches apart. Make sure that the temperature will not fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit or your plant will not produce peppers.
Hot peppers will keep growing as long they do not freeze. They can be planted in containers then put inside if it is going to freeze.
Growing hot peppers takes about 60 days,
depending on the variety you choose. Plant a variety of colors
and hotness for your enjoyment.
Once the peppers are ready for harvest, put disposable gloves on and cut, leaving some of the stem on each pepper. Once they are picked, throw the gloves away and thoroughly wash your hands. Do not touch your eyes until your hands are washed or they will burn a whole lot. (It is best to have gloves on at any stage when handling hot peppers.)
Hot pepper, especially really hot peppers, are slow to germinate and slow to grow. Be patient.
Trust me on this! If you eat a really hot pepper, drinking water will not help put the fire out. Drink milk and eat a slice of bread to quench the burn. Water just makes your mouth burn longer.
An important tip: Most of the heat is in the seeds of the pepper so when you cut the peppers up, remove all of the seeds and the white pith they cling to and a lot of the heat will be gone.
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