We've got a lot to offer this year! Not all varieties will be available every weekend, but by succession planting we hope that most varieties will be available throughout the season. This is not our full offering as we also have herbs, some perennial edible plants and native plants. If you have a question on what will be available a given weekend, please feel free to contact us.
The most expensive pepper in the world and rarely seen outside of Peru. Small round tepin-type peppers that are bright orange. Heat is similar to a cayenne but also a tropical flavor that it lends to any dish it's used in. Rare. Very limited supply. **SOLD OUT**
Named after the Syrian city, these peppers are a very rare find. I knew I wanted to carry them but I had a very tough time obtaining seed. Lovely long, red peppers, are gaining momentum as a gourmet spice. Just doing an online search you'll find dozens of articles about cooking with them but very little on where to find the plants or seeds. Traditionally dried and ground. Half the heat of crushed red pepper flakes but easily twice the flavor. **SOLD OUT**
Thick walled cherry type fruit are great for fresh eating, pickling or drying. Sweet flavor with a touch of heat. They start out a cream color and then turn orange and finally ripening to red. **ONLY 1 LEFT**
Excellent, thick-walled pepper that is perfect for fresh eating. Moderately hot while also being sweet. Productive **SOLD OUT**
The famous Ghost Pepper with heat in excess of 1,000,000 Scoville Units. One of the hottest peppers in the world. **SOLD OUT**
Small red, beaked peppers from Brazil. They have a unique flavor that is slightly tart with a small amount of heat. They are commonly pickled and served as a side with meals. **SOLD OUT**
A medium-hot pepper that is perfect for most tastes. Less hot than a jalapeno these large peppers are great for roasting, canning, and stuffing. **SOLD OUT**
A jalapeno with all the flavor but none of the heat. Large fruits reach 4-5" long and are thick walled. Perfect for making low heat salsas without losing that jalapeno flavor.**SOLD OUT**
A medium-hot pepper that is perfect for most Americans. Less hot than a jalapeno but hotter than an Anaheim. Large fruits on large plants that are Tobacco Mosaic Virus resistant. **SOLD OUT**
A habanero that has nearly zero heat! All the fruitiness you have come to expect. Bright orange peppers are prolific **SOLD OUT**
The classic hot HOT pepper that is fruity but with a hint of smokiness. Traditionally used in jerk seasonings. The plants are slow to start but once they get going they are prolific **SOLD OUT**
One of the few hybrids we offer, this is one of the hottest and most prolific jalapeno on the market. We don’t get real warm here to encourage jalapenos to get hot, so we’re hoping this variety will deliver.
Very productive plant of HOT peppers. Walls are thin so they dry quickly. We dried the peppers (they readily dry on the plant) and then ground them into red pepper flakes. We now call them Satan Flakes because of their excessive heat. **SOLD OUT**
Larger and hotter than your typical jalapeno which makes them better for stuffing and grilling. Plants are vigorous and produce lots of fruits. **SOLD OUT**
These are the perfect roasting peppers. The thick skin easily blisters and can be peeled away after roasting. They are mild to medium heat. Not quite as productive as the smaller hot peppers, but they do give a good harvest when picked continuously. **SOLD OUT**
A *mild* Habanero! The same delicious fruity flavor that you come to expect from a habanero but with a lot less heat - only 800 Scoville units which is about where Anaheim peppers are. **SOLD OUT**
These bright orange peppers are both ornamental and prolific. Developed by the University of New Mexico, these jalapenos offer a citrusy flavor with a moderate heat. **SOLD OUT**
The famous frying pepper from Spain. Make sure to pick them when they are 1" to 1-1/2" long to avoid their lingering heat. Saute in olive oil and finish with sea salt for a wonderful appetizer. **SOLD OUT**
A mild pepper that when dried is called an Ancho. This is the classic pepper used for chili rellenos. Good producer of large heart shaped peppers. Caballero is the variety we are offering. **SOLD OUT**
Another very productive pepper with thick walls that are perfect for making hot sauce. The original variety used to make Sriracha Hot Sauce. Also very hot, but not as hot as the Cayenne.. **SOLD OUT**
A super popular variety that has done well for us. These perfect little frying peppers similar to Padrons but with less heat. Productive. **SOLD OUT**
Short, stubby cream colored peppers that taste like spicy pineapple. Tasty fruity peppers are great for fruit based salsas. **SOLD OUT**
Long peach colored fruits have a fruity, tropical flavor to them with a smokey, complex heat. Early producer of high yields.
Extremely hot variety from Thailand. Clusters of bright red, thin fleshed fruits. Popular pepper used in Asian cuisine. **SOLD OUT**
Another habanero -type pepper with little to no heat. These have a citrus-like flavor and when cooked release a perfume scent. Perfect for making Caribbean dishes really special. **SOLD OUT**
The standard green and red bell pepper for California. Good production with thick walled fruits. **SOLD OUT**
A yellow version of the dependable California Wonder pepper. Thick-walled peppers and sweet and meaty on productive plants. **SOLD OUT**
Mini bell peppers perfect as snacks or on an appetizer tray. Sweet and productive they come in orange, yellow and red. **SOLD OUT**
A deep orange bell that is thick-walled and very sweet. **SOLD OUT**
A bright orange specialty pepper that is just outstanding. Extraordinarily sweet crunchy peppers are on tall productive plants that may need staking so they don't fall over from the weight of all the peppers. **SOLD OUT**
Thick walled, red cherry peppers that have more flavor than bell peppers. Flavor is sweet and they are good pickled or stuffed. **SOLD OUT**
We grew this on a whim one year and were surprised at how well it sold. It produces a multitude of medium sized, thin walled purple fruit that are easy to find in among the foliage. **SOLD OUT**
Early, great tasting Italian variety that has a low seed count and the fruit is nearly spineless.
I adore this eggplant. It’s a Japanese style eggplant with white skin and very creamy white flesh. If you aren’t a huge fan of eggplant (like myself), this is definitely one to try. It may just make you a convert. **SOLD OUT**
Considered one of the best eggplants available, the long Japanese-type is sweet and tender.
Sales are currently by appointment only and on specific sales days.