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Colorful Lunchbox Peppers are sweet.

There are many types of peppers.

There are two types of sweet peppers: Bell and Specialty Peppers.

There are also many types of hot peppers.  There are Cayenne, Chili, Hot, Jalapeno, Ornamental and Serrano just to name a few.

Sweet peppers have about 38 calories each while hot peppers have about 30 calories or less.

To maintain a 1200 calorie diet one would need to eat about 38 sweet peppers a day.  You could get about 10 sweet peppers a plant so that would be 4 plants per day or 1380 plants. 

Plus some for seed production and reserve seed production.  You can get about 100 seeds from a bell pepper.

So lets say we would need about 1500 plants for one person to survive off bell peppers alone. 

Hot peppers are better for spicing things up.  It would be impossible to eat enough hot peppers to keep you alive. 

You can also use them as an insect repellent.  Hot peppers (jalapeno, hot, Serrano, chili and cayenne will produce for about 5 to 6 years as long as they do not freeze.

All peppers can be dried for storage and hot pepper types can be dried and crushed into a powder which will last for several years.

Recommend Peppers to Purchase

Green bell pepper is great for stuffing.

For a bell pepper we would like to recommend the Emerald Giant.  Emerald Giant Peppers are thick-walled, very sweet and stand up on a blocky, four-lobed bottom. They are heavy yielding plants with fruits mature from green to red when fully ripe. 

This is a great pepper for green or red eating.  Harvest in about 80 days.  50 seeds will give you about 500 peppers.  They have about a two to four week shelf life.  If you cut them up and dry them, they can last up to 2 years.

Emerald Giant Bell Pepper 50 Organic Seeds

$3.95


The Long Red Thin Cayenne Pepper

For a cayenne pepper we would like to recommend the Long Red.  The Long Red Thin Pepper is a hot pepper that registers 30,000 – 50,000 units on the Scoville scale. Excellent in all sorts of meat and poultry dishes. 

Harvest red when around five inches long.  Matures in about 80 days.  A pack of 50 seeds will produce about 800 peppers. 

Cayenne peppers can be dried and/or ground into a powder form.  Dried peppers will last about two years where the powdered form can last up to several years depending on storage conditions.  The powdered form will not go bad but will lose some of its potency. 

Cayenne Red Pepper 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds

$3.95


The Anaheim Chili Pepper

For a chili pepper we would like to recommend the Anaheim chili.  The Anaheim Chili Pepper is a mild to medium heirloom chili pepper that is commonly used in Mexican food, and other spicy dishes. It is the most commonly used variety for chile rellenos. The Anaheim Chili Pepper is large, colorful, and tasty. Grows to six inches long. 500-2500 on the Scoville chart.

Harvest in about 80 days.  A pack of 50 seeds will produce about 1000 chilies.   In dried form that can last up to two years.  They can be ground into a powder form which will not go bad but will lose some of its potency.

Anaheim Chili Pepper 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds

$3.95


The extremely pungent Habanero

For a hot pepper we would like to recommend the habanero. This hop pepper can be eating green or ripen to orange.   Has a Scoville rating of between 100,000 – 350,000 units.  Avg. 2" x 1 1/4", 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.  Harvest green in about 75 days or 100 days orange. 

A pack of 50 seeds will produce about 1200 peppers.  

In dried form that can last up to two years.  They can be ground into a powder form which will not go bad but will lose some of its potency.

Habanero Hot Pepper 50 Organic Seeds

$3.95
Ghost Pepper

Now if you want something really hot, you may want to try the Ghost Pepper with a Scoville rating of over one million.


Early Jalapeno

Our next pepper is the Early Jalapeno.  The heat level of jalapeno depends on how hot it is outside.  This is why sometimes you can get jalapenos and they are mild while other times they are super hot.  Traditional early Jalapeno strain. 2-2 1/2" x 1", sausage-shaped, blunt fruits mature early; dark green changing to red. The legendary hottest of all peppers, its name means 'from Havana.' 

Harvest in about 60 days for green, 80 days for red ripened.

A pack of 50 seeds will produce about 1000 peppers. 

In dried form that can last up to two years.  They can be ground into a powder form which will not go bad but will lose some of its potency.

Early Jalapeno 50 Organic Seeds

$3.95


Serrano Tampiqueno

Our last pepper is the Serrano.  We recommend the Serrano Tampiqueno.   It has a 15,000-30,000 Scoville rating. An excellent traditional style Serrano, the Serrano Tampiqueno Pepper has five times the heat of a jalapeno, in most cases! Peppers change from green to bright red and are very hot during both stages. Best used fresh in salsas, sauces, soups and stews.

Harvest in about 80 days.

A pack of 50 seeds will produce about 1400 peppers.

In dried form that can last up to two years.  They can be ground into a powder form which will not go bad but will lose some of its potency.

Tampiqueno Serrano Pepper 50 Heirloom Seeds

$3.95


These are just some of the peppers we recommend.  All of our open pollinated seeds will work great in a doomsday scenario.

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