Peppers – Some Like It Hot – Some Don’t !

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Red-Peppers So you want to grow pepper! FAQ’s and Pepper History – Pobept said
TG Seed Supply has huge selection of different sweet and hot types of pepper seed to choose from and is a good reference source.
Sweet Pepper Seed
Hot Pepper Seed
Their site has pictures of each pepper type and a bit of information on each peppers size, taste, growing requirements and how Sweet or Hot each variety is. DISCLAIMER: I am not endorsing any company over another. As with any on-line purchase, check out the company Before you send money or use your credit card to make a purchase.

If your needing only a few ‘commonly’ grown pepper plants it may be best for your to buy started seedlings from your local nursery.

Small Children and Girley Man safe peppers.

All of the sweet(bell) pepper no mater it’s color are low or no heat peppers.
** Here is a small selection of Child Safe Peppers for your consideration.

Bounty Hybrid #9366 – hybrid version of a Sweet Banana.
Carmen Hybrid #9088 Sweet peppers in the Italian bull’s horn style.
Corno di Toro Yellow #9603 Italian ‘bull’s horn’ colorful sweet pepper.
Corno Verde Hybrid #9108 This is a long, fleshy pepper shaped like a bull’s horn.
Flexum Hybrid #9807 4 oz. cone-shaped peppers start out ivory then mature to yellow, orange, and finally red.
Giant Aconcagua #9146 Oblong fruit grows up to 12 inches long and is produced in great abundance.
Gypsy Hybrid #9056 Outstanding yield, good looks and flavor combine with earliness to make this pepper a winner.
Jimmy Nardello #9303 Technically a frying pepper, this is one of the sweetest non-bell peppers you’ll ever taste. Bright red, 6 to 7 inch long peppers.
Sweet Cayenne #9614 Long, sweet, cayenne shaped peppers to 1 foot long turning crimson red when ripe. Productive bearing loads of these crinkly, thin walled peppers.
Sweet Pickle #9520 Compact plants are crowned by a profusion of upright peppers in colors of red, orange, yellow, and purple, all at the same time.

If it’s important to you TG seed does not sell any GE/GM or GMO pepper seed.
All of their seed is natural hybrid or open-pollinated [heirloom] varieties.

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12 responses to “Peppers – Some Like It Hot – Some Don’t !

  1. Peppers, the little pandora boxes of the green world. Can’t seem to have enough of them lately. Love trying them and experimenting with new types in my food. This year I am growing 5 different varieties, most of them for their flavor, but one of them only for it’s mule kick factor. I like feeling their heat on my lips, kind of like a extra dimension to food. Thank you for the post.

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    • Thanks for taking time to visit my humble little blog and for your comment(s)
      Grin, I’m not a tough guy, so anything hotter than a jalapeno seldom finds it’s way onto my table or in my fry pan. I really like them cut length wise, de-seeded and grilled oiling my grill pan with a bit of olive oil.
      Good luck with your pepper project
      Happy productive summer gardening

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  2. Not able to find the Seed Savers/Seed Traders forum. The url brings you to the main login page, and once logged in it is just the basic bravenet front page. Can you confirm the URL?

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  3. Peppers are obviously one of my favorite things to grow, cook and eat. From sweet to super hot, I love them all.

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  4. Somehow my stomach doesn’t agree with my taste buds. šŸ˜‰

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  5. I love hot peppers! Thanks for the great post!

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