30 + seeds per pack (Days to maturity are from transplant date)
Boldog Hungarian Sweet Banana Pepper Capsicum annum 75 days. A prolific and early-bearing sweet pepper most often used to make sweet paprika, though it can be used like any sweet banana-type. Try it in pickles or dried ristras! Dependably ripens to red in short-season areas. Originates in the Boldog municipality in a region known as Heves county in northern Hungary.
Bulgarian Carrot Chile Pepper C. annum 68 days. A hot and slightly fruity tasting pepper that ripens to bright orange. The thin walled fruits look just like carrots in shape and colour. Plants are about 18 inches tall and very productive. Perfect for pickling or drying and making your own hot paprika! Old heirloom from former U.S.S.R.
Doe Hill C. annum 65 days. Super-early for northern climates! Flattened, lobed sweet bell peppers are golden-orange and have thick, meaty walls. Plants are only two feet high, but loaded with peppers. From Virginia in the Appalachians. Widely adapted, dependable and productive.
Hungarian Hot Wax Hot Banana Pepper C. annum 68 days. An early maturing, thick-walled banana type pepper well adapted to northern climates. Sets fruit even in cool and less than ideal weather. Medium hot and well suited to pickling. Grows to about 6 inches long and bright red when fully ripe.
Jimmie Nardello Pepper C. annum 75 days. Famous among heirloom pepper enthusiasts for good reason! Very productive, up to 9 inch-long tapering fruits that ripen bright red. The flavour is sweet and mild raw, but outstanding when roasted or fried. 19th century Italian heirloom.
Lipstick Sweet Pepper C. annum 75-85 days. A reliable and early, thick-fleshed sweet pepper. Elongated, heart-shaped fruit can be picked green at about 60 days and ripen to a lustrous “lipstick” red in about 20 more days. Excellent for eating raw in salads or roasting. Good choice for cool-season areas.
Peacework Sweet Bell Pepper C. annum 70 days. An exciting, recently developed and open-pollinated bell pepper ideal for cool northern climates. It actually ripens to a vibrant red even in our short season climate! Peacework is the result of a public breeding initiative in the US, and is destined to become an heirloom of tomorrow.
Stocky Red Roaster C. annum 85 days from transplant. A highly productive Italian sweet roasting pepper with thick walls and smooth bright red skin at maturity. Numerous fruits are 4 to 6 inches long, 2 inches wide at the shoulders, and taper to a point. Plants benefit from support due to the heavy fruit load. An Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI) bred by Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seeds.
Tomato Pimento Sweet Pepper C. annum 80 days. A very unique, lobed, thick-fleshed pepper shaped like a Genovese-type tomato. Said to be an Amish heirloom from Indiana. Plants are vigorous and tall. The glossy fruits are up to 4 inches in diameter! Excellent for stuffing. Very sweet and deliciously fruity at the red ripe stage.
Morden Midget Eggplant Solanum melongena 70 days. Guaranteed early harvests even in northern climates! Compact plants (suitable for pots) yield large, shiny, purple fruits the size of a softball. Bred originally at the Morden Experimental Station in Manitoba for Canadian climates.
Vittoria Long Eggplant 65 days. Our strain is an open-pollinated version of the hybrid of this named variety. We have grown it out at least six times and find it to be a solid, early & reliable producer of elongated, thin deep-purple fruits. Plants benefit from staking and supporting to bear the fruit load!