Peppers are our signature crop. Below is a list of most of the peppers we have to offer. They're listed from mildest to hottest.
Bell Pepper: With colors from green to purple and everything in between, this is a popular pepper. Great for salads or stuffing, there peppers sweeten as they turn orange and red.
Gypsy Sweet: Another sweet pepper with starts out yellow and turns red as it ripens. A salad favorite!
Lunchbox: These sweet mini peppers make the perfect snack! Colors are yellow, orange, and red.
Round of Hungary: Sweet, round peppers that are beautiful to look at and delicious to eat.
Anaheim: This is a milder pepper, great for those who want a little bit of heat.
Poblano: Famous for being made into chiles rellenos, stuffed peppers with a bit of heat.
Inferno: As the name suggests this isn't a sweet pepper! However, it doesn't reach as high up on the scale as one would think. Related to the hot banana, these are a yellow pepper with a medium heat level.
Santa Fe: Slightly milder than the jalepeño and yellow in color and packed with flavor!
Serrano: These small peppers back a big punch! They're great for salsa.
Jalapeño: One of our most popular peppers, the jalapeño can be used for a variety of dishes.
Lemon Drop: A bit of tang combined with some spice, this pepper offers a unique flavor to enjoy.
Cayenne: Another favorite for it's flavor and heat, the cayenne can be used fresh or dried.
Garden Salsa: This pepper has is, as the name suggests, great for salsa - if you like it spicy!
Purira: A small, yellow pepper which turns red as it ripens, the purira holds a lot of flavor and heat in a small pepper.
Habanero: One of the hottest peppers we grow, these small peppers sure do pack a big punch!
Scotch Bonnet: These cousins of the habanero are slightly hotter than them.
These are some of the other vegetables and fruits we offer.
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