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  1. Yellow Scotch Bonnet The Yellow Scotch Bonnet (Bahamian, Bahama Mama, Jamaican Hot or Martinique Pepper) is a very hot pepper, closely related to the Habanero and has about the same heat levels. The shape is different and resembles a Scot’s Bonnet, hence the name. The Yellow Scotch Bonnet is very important in the Jamaican cuisine and the Cayman Islands. That’s why Jamaican Jerk and other Caribbean dishes have a unique taste. Jerk is a way of cooking that is originated in Jamaica. Meat is rubbed with a very sharp ...
  2. Discount Seeds: Easter Sale on Yellow Pepper Seeds! HAPPY EASTER! Get 20% off selected Yellow Peppers Use Discount Code: EASTER2024 Click here to shop for the peppers on sale and automatically apply discount code to your cart. Offer good through Monday, April 1, 2024. Looking for more deals?Check out our 50% Off Seeds and Discount Seed Bundles » Happy growing!!
  3. Why are my pepper plants turning yellow? A common question from gardeners is:“Why are my pepper plants turning yellow?” Yellow leaves on peppers can be caused by a few issues. Here are a few causes of yellow leaves on your pepper plants: #1 Cause: OverwateringThis is what we think is the most common cause of yellowing pepper plants. Some gardeners give their pepper plants too much "love" in the form of water, resulting in drowning their roots in soggy soil. It doesn't take long for pepper plants in soggy soil to sta...
  4. Grow the Yellow Carolina Reaper! Yellow Carolina Reaper SeedsCustomer testimonials: We have grown Yellow Carolina Reaper alongside the traditional Red Carolina Reaper for a few years now and it is a customer favorite. The germination is always near perfect and it produces beautiful peppers on nice strong plants! I grew 3 Yellow Carolina Reaper plants from seed. I ordered from Sandia Seed Co. and they grew to be very large, robust plants and were absolutely loaded with peppers. These peppers are insanely hot, but have wond...
  5. Tomato Plant Problems - Yellow Leaves Common Seed Customer Question:“Why are some of my tomato seedlings are looking yellow?” If your tomato plants leaves are turning yellow, this could be from a wide variety of reasons, however, before we go on, we have one thing to note: If the first leaves on your tomato seedings (called “cotyledons”) are turning yellow and falling off, don't worry! This is a normal part of seedling development, once the raggedy “true” tomato leaves appear, the first two cotyledon leaves may drop off on...
  6. Yellow Leaves on Pepper Plants How to Fix Yellow Leaves on Pepper Plants: If you start peppers from seed, you probably have encountered peppers with yellow leaves at some point. We find that yellowing leaves is most often caused by overwatering. Peppers hate wet feet, and will start to yellow if their roots are too wet all the time. Yellowing leaves could also be an indication that the plants could also need nutrients. It's important to use quality well-draining potting soil mix if grown in containers. If you are...
  7. Yellow Jalapeño Yellow Jalapeño Yellow Jalapeño seeds are easy to grow, and these yellow beauties will certainly please in the garden! Our NuMex Lemon Spice Yellow Jalapeño is a yellow jalapeño that ripens as early as 65 days after germinating – which means you can enjoy these yellow gems earlier than most other peppers! They're great in salsas, stuffed as poppers, on tacos, or any other dish you want to add spice to! These novel Yellow Jalapeños are sure to attract attention as they are so bright an...
  8. Chocolate, White, Yellow and Red Hot Sauce Recipe Hot Sauce Recipe: Cut peppers in half (use about 30 super hot peppers)1 1/2 Cups White vinegar1/2 tsp. Salt1 tsp. Minced Garlic Combine all ingredients in a pot and bring to a boil for 10 minutes. Transfer ingredients to a blender and blend. Will make roughly two 8oz jars. Enjoy! Store in the fridge. Try this with Chocolate Habaneros, White Habaneros, any of of our Yellow Super Hots, or any other hot peppers like Jalapenos, Ghost Chiles, etc.
  9. Yellow Pepper Seeds Yellow Pepper Seeds grow into beautiful plants and chile peppers – Sandia Seed has a great variety of yellow peppers that you can easily grow from seeds. Check out some of favorite varieties below or you can also click here to do a Search for Yellow Peppers » The Yellow Brain Strain / Yellow 7 Pot Pepper is extremely hot and rivals some of the hottest peppers in the world. It looks like a brain because of its lumpy appearance, but brain strain is actually what happens when you eat it! Buy Y...
  10. Carolina Reaper Powder Recipe If you grow Carolina Reapers, you probably aren't going to eat them whole. They're way too hot! While Carolina Reapers can't kill you, using too much can definitely make your head feel like it's burning off! So, since a little bit goes a long way, we think the best way to preserve our Carolina Reaper chile pepper harvest for year-round use is by drying out your chiles and making Carolina Reaper Powder! Here is our Carolina Reaper Powder Recipe – it's easy to make powder an...
  11. When to Pick Peppers When are chile peppers ready to harvest?If you're not sure when to pick peppers, here is our advice: Harvest time depends on the chile pepper. Hatch chiles usually take about 85 days before ready for harvest, so be patient as they ripen. Immature Hatch chiles will taste "green" and will be less flavorful and not as thick compared to a chile that has been allowed to ripen longer on the plant. some Hatch chiles are picked green like the Hatch Green Hot Doublecross Chile, and some, ...
  12. NEW Hot Pepper Seeds for 2019! Sandia Seed presents the Newest Peppers for 2019...Updated April 2, 2019Click on any of the pepper packets below to read more about these special hot pepper seeds, and to buy seeds: Rattlesnake Hatch Chile SeedsRattlesnake Green Chile is the new and very spicy variety joining the Hatch Green Chile compadres this growing season. The Rattlesnake chile was developed to be very hot and very delicious. Pods can be 4" - 8" long with thick flesh and plants grow to 30" tall. Ora...
  13. Can you grow peppers in London? Some of our customers ask us, can you grow peppers in London? Sure! Of course you can grow peppers in London and the UK. We have customers growing our chile seeds around the world with great success, from everywhere from Florida to the UK. The trick is to start chile pepper seeds with lots of heat indoors first to get them to germinate quickly, and grow into strong seedlings before planting outside after it warms up to 60-70˚ consistently. Then, make sure to harden them off before planting o...
  14. Top 15 questions about Bell Peppers We receive many questions about peppers and have written the answers to the most common questions about Bell Peppers here. Answers will include Bell Pepper growth, color, storage and health benefits. View all of our bell pepper seeds » 1. What is the best Bell Pepper variety for my area? Peppers are a warm season crop and need temperatures above 75 degrees throughout their growing season. Higher latitudes and altitudes can extend the start of growing season, wet areas can use raised beds, and...
  15. Hot Pepper Salsa Tasting Party Idea Salsa Tasting Party If you like salsa like we do, here's an idea: Try our Carolina Reaper Salsa Recipe and other Salsa Recipes, and make three salsas using different hot peppers for each salsa, and then have a salsa tasting party! Make 3 salsas, or more, depending on how many different types of peppers you have to taste. Dried peppers also work great for making salsas, so you can have salsa parties in the off-season months, too! :) Discover our Favorite Salsa Recipes » You could hav...
  16. Can you eat NuMex Twilight Peppers? Check out the NuMex Twilight Pepper – this beautiful, eye-catching pepper plant produces a rainbow array of bright purple fruits that ripen to yellow, orange, then red.Since they are so prolific... we often have customers ask: Can you eat NuMex Twilight Peppers? Yes! While these peppers are very HOT and the pungency level of this ornamental has not been evaluated, you can still eat them as you would with any hot pepper. NuMex Twilight Recipes:We chop our NuMex Twilight peppers into sa...