Specializing in rare and endangered heirloom vegetable, flower and herb seed.

Heirloom/Heritage Pepper Seed

(Capsicum annum)

All of our seed is open pollinated, non-hybrid, non-GMO, untreated, natural heirloom seed.

small red heirloom peppers

Grandpa's Siberian Home Pepper

Very dwarf plants grow to 1.5 ft high and are excellent as a houseplant if pinched back from time to time. It will continue to produce small hot peppers all winter long. Does equally as well outside. Great for chili! Originally from Siberia. EXTREMELY RARE.

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Hinkelhatz

One of the oldest peppers grown by the Pennsylvania Dutch. The name "hinkelhatz" translates to chicken heart and it was called this because of its shape and size. This pepper was used for pickles and a hot sauce similar to Tabasco sauce was also made from these peppers. There were several colors of hinkelhatz peppers grown by the Pennsylvania Dutch including yellow, red and orange. (90-95 days) Low quantity. EXTREMELY RARE.

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Heirloom Pepper - Joe's Long Cayenne

Joe's Long Cayenne

Originally from Italy, this heirloom cayenne pepper was brought to Toronto and circulated among the Italian–Canadian community. It was then sent to Joe Sestito of Troy, NY who shared it with Carolyn Male who in turn shared it with Seed Savers Exchange. The prolific plants produce very long finger width cayenne peppers that ripen from green to red. Can be used fresh or dried. (85 days from transplant)

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red and green heirloom peppers

King of the North

An excellent blocky red sweet pepper. The 1936 Isbell Seed catalogue wrote "This is the newest and best early large pepper and is especially valuable in the northern states." They go on to say "The flesh is thick, firm and very sweet and mild." This is definitely one of the best red bell peppers for short season areas. (70 days from transplant)

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red heirloom pepper

Matchbox

A great open pollinated version of Super Chile Pepper. Very productive and early. Does well in pots as well as the garden. Dries beautifully when strung and makes an ornamental and tasty addition to the kitchen. (65 days from transplant)

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Orange Bell

An excellent variety that produces mostly four lobed orange bell peppers with thick sweet flesh. Excellent as a green bell pepper as well. One of the best peppers that I have ever grown! (85 days from transplant)

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Red Ruffled Pimento (pre 1865)

A variety of the old fashioned tomato pepper that was illustrated in the Album Vilmnorin in 1865. The Red Ruffled Pimento is one of the most beautiful tomato peppers and has highly ruffled red fruit. A flavorful pepper that is excellent in salads, for stuffing or cooking. (85 days from transplant)

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Sweet Chocolate

Developed by Elwyn Meader and introduced in 1965. A very impressive pepper that ripens from green to a dark chocolate purple and deep red inside. The healthy plants produce loads of gorgeous fruit all summer long. Good for short season climates as it is also quite early. (65-70 days from transplant)

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Weaver's Mennonite Stuffing (1860s)

Originally from the Weaver family of Lancaster County Pennsylvania. The small red fruit are only 1 ½" in diameter but the productive plants are literally covered with peppers. This variety is a type of pepper called a tomato pepper. There are many different varieties all having the same squat appearance. These small peppers were traditionally used for pickling or for hors d’oeuvres. A very productive and early pepper that is excellent for short season climates. (60 days from transplant) Low quantity.

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