Pepper Plants

Graig’s Grande jalapeno is a large jalapeno that can be used green or allowed to ripen to a more flavorful and hot pepper. It’s large size makes it a great stuffer.

Lemon Spice jalapeno can be used green or allowed to ripen to yellow. In it’s ripe stage, it is hotter than the average jalapeno. It is also a beautiful addition to your salsa or canned jalapeños.

Serrano peppers are hotter than a jalapeno – great for drying and makes a wonderful siracha sauce!

Poblano peppers can be picked green or allowed to ripen from brown to red. Ripe poblanos have a wonderful rich flavor.

Carmen is a sweet Italian frying style pepper. Perfect for sautéing and adding to a sandwich or raw as a snack or added to a salad.

Lunchbox yellow pepper is a sweet snacking pepper. It also works well stuffed with your favorite cheesy filling.

Flavorburst Bell pepper starts as a lime green pepper and ripens as a super sweet large orange bell

Red Knight Starts as a dark green bell and ripens to a sweet red. Large peppers with thick flesh.

We will have a very limited number of pepper plants available this year. We’ve chosen our favorites based of flavor and their productivity.  


 $3.50 each

Our plants are still happily hanging out in our warm greenhouse but will be ready to go to their new home on May 7th.  Just because you see plants for sale in the big box stores does not mean it’s time to plant them in our zone (5b). Our last average frost date is May 11th.

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