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All of our seeds are hand harvested, cleaned and sorted to bring you only the healthiest seeds. We do not use any chemical fertilizers or pesticides in our gardens and you won’t find any gmo’s here. Many of our seeds are heritage breeds.
We live in Hardiness Zone 4b so it's not the ideal spot for growing chilies but between the gardens and greenhouses we make it happen. All varieties have to be started early in order to reach maturity.
This season I have labeled some of the varieties as Open Pollinated. These varieties were not secluded under tents. This simply means that there is a chance of cross pollination with these varieties.
Camel Toe Chile - 20 seeds/ $3.50
This was a very nice pepper for growing outdoors in Northern Ontario, Heavy set with fruit. Beautiful dark green and bushy plants. They are almost as hot as a habanero and ripen to a gorgeous deep yellow colour.
Choco Habanero - 10+ seeds/$5.00
Orange Habanero - 15+ seeds/$4.50
Species: Capsicum Chinense
Scovilles: 100,000 – 350,000
Originating on the Yukatan Peninnsula, this heirloom strain of habanero is awesome. The plants produce tonnes of fiery peppers with a fruity aroma and flavour.
Peach Habanero -15+seeds / $6.00
Heat: 200,000 - 300,000 scovilles
The Peach Habaneros are wonderful peppers in flavour and aroma. They aren't quite as hot as the orange variety but still hot enough for most people. The plants in the greenhouse were pretty compact but still gave a tonne of pods for their size.
Peruvian White -25 seeds/$5.00
Heat: Over 300,000 Scoville
The Peruvian white habanero is a small bullet shaped chile that ripens from a pale green to creamy white and then to a yellow colour when fully ripe. They are small but the heat is like a slap in the face when it hits you.
Red Savina -10+seeds/$6.00
Heat: 300,000 - 450,000 scovilles
The Savina is the hottest of the Habaneros. They grow on Hardy bushes that can get up to 3 feet tall and more. They grow well outdoors here in the summer here in Northern Ontario. Very productive plants with awesome tasting peppers.
Orange Bonnets - 50 seeds/ $4.00
Scovilles 150,000-300,000. The Scotch Bonnets always do well for me in our Northern Ontario climate. I always grow them outside in the garden and they are always productive. They have a nice fruity flavour like the other habaneros. This batch was all orange and yellows and they have a good bite to them.
Red Bonnets - 25 seeds/ $4.00
Scovilles 150,000-300,000. The Scotch Bonnets always do well for me in our Northern Ontario climate. I always grow them outside in the garden and they are always productive. They have a nice fruity flavour like the other habaneros. This is a red variety that was pollenated openly.
Jamaican Yellow - 15 seeds/ $5.00
Species: Capsicum Annum
Heat: 100,000 - 200,000 scovilles
Jamaican yellows grow on a leay compact plant. They are usually loaded with scotch bonnet like peppers that ripen to a bright yellow colour.
Paper Lanterns - 15 seeds/ $4.00
Capsicum Chinense 150,000 -350,000 SHU
The paper lantern is a beautiful red habanero type pepper with a lot of heat. The plants grow quite large and are very prolific producers.
Black Scorpion Tongue - 10 seeds/$5.00
This pepper is an unstable hybrid. Most of the plants came true. The plants got 3 feet high with loads of cool looking pepper pods. The peppers start off a deep purple colour and gradually change to a fire engine red with neat designs on them. They are in the mid range for heat and have a nice flavour.
Carioca Orange - 10 seeds/$5.00
Approx 100.000 – 200,000 SHU
I can't find any info on this pepper as it is named. It is a small round pepper with a big bite and a sweet, semi fruity flavour. Beautiful plants with green foliage that looks like it has a purple was on it
Mata Frade - 10 seeds/$5.00
Approx 100.000 – 200,000 SHU
Mata Frade is a wild pepper strain from Brazil with a sweet grassy flavour and and immediate intense burn that quickly fades. Tonnes of small, round, orange/red pods grow on a beautiful compact plant with deep purple foliage.