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New Peppers

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; Cascabella, small and tangy these are the peppers that Mezzetta uses; Cayenne Purple, both the pepper and plant are pretty, Corno de Toro Gaillo, a big sweet yellow frying pepper; Dynamite Green Chile, an extra hot chile hailing from Colorado; Jalapeno Jaloro, a golden yellow jalapeno; Pimento Sheepnose, crisp and juicy; Poblano Ancho Gigantea, large and flavorful; Serrano Purple, large and less heat; Jalapeno Purple, flavorful and mild; Thai Dragon, ornamental and very hot, and Patio Fire & Ice, a bright yellow, orange, and, red ornamental pepper.

Seed Catalog with New Peppers
Check out our new Seed Catalog packed with over 100 peppers of the world, plus lots of tomato and vegetable seeds, too!
Sheepnose Pimento Pepper Seeds
Our new pepper, the Sheepnose Pimento pepper, is one of the best pimento peppers to grow at home. An Ohio heirloom, this ribbed pimento pepper is able to handle northern climates. Pimentos are great for stuffing, roasting, snacking, the classic cheese spread, and for stuffing olives.

Six new tomatoes include Amana Orange, a beautiful orange ribbed beefsteak; Black from Tula, is a rich and flavorful tomato; Constoluto Genovese, a ribbed Italian sauce tomato; German Red Strawberry, an oxheart with superior taste, Martino’s Roma, small romas on a small plant; and Wisconsin 55, a juicy old heirloom. And don’t miss our seven newest seeds in the Get Real/Grow Food collection which include Cilantro seeds and Tomatillo seeds.

New Pepper Seeds and Seed Catalog

It's always fun to grow new varieties in your vegetable garden each year, and find new favorites to add to your old stand-bys. Growing a variety of vegetables really ups your odds of success too, as each season different peppers, tomatoes and other veggies seem to thrive so it's always fun to see which veggies take off and create huge harvests each year. 

Happy Growing!