Local seed produces plants that perform well here

Bueno Mulata Hot Pepper (Capsicum annuum) PLANT
Bueno Mulata Hot Pepper (Capsicum annuum) PLANT
PLANTS ARE PICK UP ONLY - PLEASE INDICATE DATE YOU WISH TO PICK UP A rare, extremely productive, stunning hot pepper! Buena Mulata is a long, pointed, violet-colored Cayenne that is startlingly beautiful and packs high voltage flavor along with its heat. The long, round pods measure as much as 6 to 7 ” undergoing a flavor change as they ripen. Like a chameleon, ripening violet to pinkish-flesh color, then orange changing to brown, and eventually to a deep red. The reds being sweeter and meatier than the violets. A stunning plant, with its purple streaked leaves and fruits. Grows well in pots. Start seeds indoors 8-10 weeks before the last frost and transplant into garden well after the danger of frost. Days to maturity: 75-80 I crushed up my dried peppers and made the most delicious powdered "cayenne pepper" I have ever tasted! PLANTS ARE PICK UP ONLY - PLEASE INDICATE DATE YOU WISH TO PICK UP
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Doe Hill Pepper Plant
Doe Hill Pepper Plant
Doe Hill Pepper (pre 1900)  A rare family heirloom from Doe Hill area of Highland County, Virginia. This is without a doubt one of the very best peppers for short season areas, also one of the tastiest. The small round lobed peppers are the shape of old fashioned tomato peppers and turn gold at maturity. They are very sweet and productive. Excellent in salads or any dish that requires sweet peppers. These would also make cute little stuffed peppers. RARE. (60-65 days from transplant) PLANTS ARE PICK UP ONLY
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Early Jalapeno HOT Pepper – PLANT
Early Jalapeno HOT Pepper – PLANT
65 days green, 85 days red. A medium-hot early Jalapeno which is flavourful when green or red. Upright plants produce high yields of 6 cm long, 2.5 cm wide blunt-nosed peppers.
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Jimmy Nardello’s Sweet Pepper – PLANT
Jimmy Nardello’s Sweet Pepper – PLANT
Although their appearance hints at being a hot pepper, they are not; they are actually sweet and quite flavorful. Along with being superb for fresh eating, they can be fried alone or with sweet onions, and their thin walls allow them to freeze and dry well.
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Sweet Red Amish Pimiento Pepper – PLANT
Sweet Red Amish Pimiento Pepper – PLANT
Amish Pimiento Sweet Pepper Capsicum annuum (85 days) Open-pollinated. Pimientos are the sweetest of all peppers—my favorites for eating out of hand. The problem with growing seed for Amish Pimiento is that you have to restrain yourself from eating the seed crop due to their rich sweet fruity taste! Productive and fairly early, thick-walled and crunchy – these compact 1-2’ plants pump out lots of these wonderful fruits. Amish Pimiento plants are compact and sturdy, producing heavy crops of squat, round, 2 by 4” (5 by 10 cm) fruit that ripen from green to bright red. Its peppers are fleshy and apple-sweet, excellent for both fresh eating, drying and pickling.
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