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Grow purple peppers and tomatoes in your garden. Starting these purple peppers and purple tomatoes from seed is easy, so you can grow something extra special in your vegetable garden this year. Find more ornamental peppers here. We have our top purple and chocolate varieties listed below:
We have not just one but EIGHT different kinds of Jalapeños! Grow any of these jalapeño seeds in your garden for adding to salsas, hot sauces, making jalapeño poppers, and other recipes! Jalapeños are some of the easiest peppers to grow from seed, and they are also one of the earliest peppers to harvest – so they're great for shorter growing seasons. They are also great for growing in large containers. For the best success, check out our great tips on How to Grow Peppers »
Yellow Scotch Bonnet - This pepper gives Jamaican chicken dishes their special flavor! Scotch Bonnet goes by several names including Jamaican Hot, Martinique Pepper and Bahama Mama. It is closely related to the habanero, but with a sweeter flavor and stouter shape. The pods are 1-1/2" wide and 1-1/2" long and have a citrus-like flavor with a lot of heat. They mature from green to bright yellow on very productive 24" tall plants. Capsiucum chinense (90 days)
The Ring of Fire Cayenne is a newer improved variety with earlier and more productive plants. Cayenne is a very popular pepper for adding heat to dishes without adding a distinct pepper flavor. Can be used fresh in hot sauces, ground as a powder in chocolate cookies, or as pepper flakes on pizza. Great for short seasons.
Puya chiles produce a quick medium heat at first - double that of the guajillo - and then a delicious fruitiness for a unique eating experience. The thin-skinned peppers grow to 5" long and 3/4" wide and mature from green to red. The 30" tall plants produces good yields of this pepper that dries easily after harvest.