Are you looking for the fastest growing peppers?
Sandia Seed has some of the fastest growing pepper seeds, check out our top fastest growing pepper list of seeds we carry below:
#1 Fastest Growing Pepper:
Sweet Chocolate Bell Pepper
These delicious 3-4" chocolate-colored bell peppers are ready for harvest just 57 days after planting! That means these are the fastest growing pepper seeds we carry. They're delicious on salads, stuffed, or added to recipes for wonderful sweet pepper flavor. Also easy to snack on right in the garden!
#2 Fastest Growing Pepper:
The sweet Shishito Pepper is a favorite pepper among gourmet gardeners and chefs for their amazing flavor, early & continual harvests. Shishitos are ready to harvest earlier than most peppers at around 60 days.
#3 Fastest Growing Pepper:
Lemon Spice Pepper
If you like hot peppers, then make sure to grow the early harvesting Lemon Spice Pepper, which are each about 65 days to harvest. These are HOT peppers with 30,000 Scovilles! Not your typical jalapeño!
#4 Fastest Growing Pepper:
The Early Jalapeno is one of the best pepper for short seasons and cooler climates! These are one of the earliest peppers at just 65 days from seed to the first harvest. Their Scoville heat unit rating ranges from 5,000-30,000 so these can be torchers! These also bear all season long for an early and long harvest!
#5 Fastest Growing Pepper:
Mild Hatch Green Chile
New Mexican Green Chile is famous around the world for being extremely tasty! Experience the fresh-roasted exceptional chile flavor in all your recipes by growing these early bearing chiles in your garden. Our fastest growing green chile is our Mild Hatch Green Chile which has mild heat and matures early at around 70 days. Roast them on the grill, peel and deseed and add to anything for a smoky, buttery chile flavor. Delicious!
If you want to have the fastest growing peppers in your garden, make sure to grow these varieties above, start them early indoors, keep them warm and plant them in full sun. We have lots more tips on fast growing peppers and how to get them to grow faster here: