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  1. Purple Pepper Seeds Are you looking for Purple Peppers? Or Purple Tomatoes? Purple peppers and tomatoes are nutrient-dense. Purple colored peppers are rich in vitamins A and C, and eating just one cup of purple peppers a day can provide 100% of your daily needs of these two vitamins! Purple peppers also have a whole range of Vitamin B, and minerals like zinc, folate, potassium, manganese and others important nutrients. Our new Purple Jalapeno delights the eyes and the palate! The Purple Jalapeno plant is gorgeou...
  2. Purple Peppers Sandia Seed has a wide variety of purple peppers that you can grow easily from seed! Purple in the garden is always a welcome sight! And, when you use purple peppers in your salads and recipes, they really add some great flavor and color! Our favorite purple peppers include both sweet and hot peppers. To start, we'll introduce you to our purple hot peppers. Our Purple Bhut Jolokia Ghost Peppers start out in beautiful purple then ripen to white/pale green and eventually turn to a deep pur...
  3. Purple Bell Peppers Looking for Purple Bell Peppers or other Purple Pepper seeds? If you love purple like we do, you always want to plant purple flowers... but did you know you can also plant purple vegetables like Purple Bell Peppers or Purple Tomatoes? Purple is one of the best colors in your garden, it compliments the green leaves and everyone who sees a purple pepper or fruit are delighted! View all our beautiful Ornamental Peppers » If you like hot peppers like us, check out the Bhut Jolokia Purple pe...
  4. Purple Peppers Looking for purple peppers? We not only have several varieties of purple peppers you can grow, but we also have purple tomatoes, too! Growing purple peppers and tomatoes adds lots of color to the garden and your harvest. We have sweet purple peppers such as the purple bell pepper as well as hot purple peppers like the Purple Bhut Jolokia ghost pepper. You can make a deep purple salsa if you grow some of our purple tomatoes and purple peppers – which is sure to be a spicy delight to ...
  5. Pepper Seeds Pepper Seeds from Around the World Sandia Seed specializes in pepper seeds – we carry chile peppers from around the world! New Mexican Chile Seeds:We are huge fans of New Mexican chile, so we carry a wide variety of Hatch green chile seeds and red chile seeds that have been grown in the Hatch region of New Mexico. Once you've tasted Hatch green chile, it's hard not to want to have it wherever you live – and finding this special chile fresh is difficult outside of New Mexico – mos...
  6. Best Ghost Pepper Seeds Sandia Seed has the best selection of Ghost Pepper seeds! Ghost Peppers are super hot peppers from India – and they're world-famous for the heat and flavor. Sandia Seed carries six different colors and flavors of ghost pepper seeds to grow in your garden! We have White Ghost Pepper seeds, and of course the classic Red Ghost Pepper as well as Chocolate Ghost Pepper seeds, and a striking brilliant Yellow Ghost Pepper seeds. Ghost Peppers make excellent salsa, check out our Ghost Pepper S...
  7. Rare Pepper Seeds Sandia Seed carries a lot of rare pepper seeds from around the world, we love spreading the love of chile peppers to gardeners everywhere. In fact, that is why we started this business, Patsy LOVES Hatch chile, as most do, but found that it was hard to find a source of seed packets of Hatch chile varieties. And that is how Sandia Seed was born. Over the past ten years, we have started offering more and more pepper seeds from around the world. It's amazing the variety of flavors, heat, and...
  8. Super Hot Pepper Seeds Sandia Seed carries a huge collection of pepper seeds including tons of super hot pepper seeds! If you're looking for the hottest pepper in the world, the Carolina Reaper is the current world-record holder, it's rated to 2+ million Scovilles. We also have lots of other varieties of super hot peppers including several different kinds of Ghost Pepper Seeds (Bhut Jolokias) in many colors, white, yellow, peach, purple, chocolate and red!
  9. New Pepper Seeds Sandia Seed is proud to expand our Peppers of the World seed collection this year to include several new pepper seeds this year! NEW PEPPERS Grow something new this year! In 2022 we have a lot of new peppers to grow in your garden! We are introducing Hatch Green Mild – Guizeppi as one of the mildest Hatch chile varieties we offer; Alma Paprika, the best paprika for drying; Anaheim Sonora Mild, a delicious and very large pepper; Biquinho Yellow, mild and fruity from Brazil; Cascabe...
  10. Chili Pepper Seeds for Sale Do you want to grow Chili Pepper Seeds in your garden?Sandia Seed offers a large variety of Chili pepper seeds for sale – including Hatch chile seeds, super hot pepper seeds, such as the hottest pepper in the world, the Carolina Reaper, or sweet pepper seeds such as Purple Bell Pepper seeds or Shishito seeds, Pimento seeds, or Sweet Banana pepper seeds. Chile pepper seeds are easy to grow – the only thing you need to do is make sure to keep the seeds warm and moist when they are germinatin...
  11. GMO Purple Tomato vs. Traditional Breeding Indigo Rose GMO Purple Tomatoes: As home gardeners page through seed catalogs and pick out their favorite heirlooms, there is a new seed that has never been available to them before: a GMO tomato the color of a concord grape with bright fluorescent-like plum-colored flesh. This purple fruit, named the ‘Purple Tomato’, is the first genetically modified food crop that is now directly marketed to home gardeners. Historic. The tomato is purple because its creators at Norfolk Plant Sciences worked for about 2...
  12. Carolina Reaper Pepper Seeds for Sale Are you looking for Carolina Reaper Pepper seeds for sale? The Carolina Reaper pepper is still the champion for being the hottest pepper in the world, according to Guinness World Records. There have been rumors of other peppers contending for being the hottest pepper, including the Dragon's Breath pepper and Pepper X, but these have NOT yet received any official awards for being hotter than the Reaper. We have been trying to grow out smoe Dragon's Breath pepper seeds, however, we are ...
  13. Ghost Pepper Salsa Recipe If you are a salsa connoisseur, then you have to try this amazing Ghost Pepper Salsa Recipe. You can use any of our ghost peppers for this recipe, this salsa recipe would even be fun to make with several different colors of Ghost Peppers so that you can taste the subtle differences between each one. See our other colors that we carry in our Ghost Pepper Seeds collection. For example, the Chocolate Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper is just as evil as Red Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper, but it is sweeter –...
  14. Pepper Plant Companions Wondering what to plant with your chile peppers to help them thrive? Flowers, chives, carrots, radishes, squash, basil, parsley, dill, marjoram, Oregano, Rosemary, cucumbers, eggplant, and onions all do well when grown in close proximity to peppers. But don't plant them too close that they will shade your pepper plants: Squash and cucumbers, for example, need ample space so we plant them at least 3-4' away from our pepper patch. You can also use trellises for your cucumbers to grow th...
  15. A Pepper for Colder Climates Did you know that there is a pepper that tolerates cooler temperatures & even partial shade? If you live in a cooler growing zone such as the mountains, you can also try the one pepper that tolerates cooler temperatures, the infamous black-seeded Manzano Pepper. The Manzano pepper, also know as the Apple Chile or the Orange Rocoto came from South America where it sucessfully grows on the Andean mountain slopes. The Manzano Pepper is among the oldest of domesticated chiles being cultivated...
  16. Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe Here is the BEST smoky Ghost Pepper Host Sauce recipe you'll ever make! We like to add lots of ingredients in this recipe to create a deep, rich, ghostly hot sauce that is so amazing you'll want to make lots of batches to share with friends! INGREDIENTS3 cups ketchup1.5 cups bourbon (optional)9 tablespoons brown sugar9 tablespoons molasses (makes it thick!)9 tablespoons apple cider vinegar (or any vinegar)6 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce3 tablespoons soy sauce3 tablespoons mustard3...