55 days. Spineless, early to mature and productive plants that are so pretty you'll want to use them as ornamentals too.
105 days. Large, rounded bulbs with firm white rings have delicious, mild flavor perfect for cooking.
100 day. This large, extra sweet yellow onion has a very mild taste. Wonderful flavor for eating fresh or caramelized.
60 days. Lovely Italian onion with excellent flavor and attractive, dark red skin.
100 days from transplanting. French shallots fresh from the garden! Impressive size - also called "chicken leg" shallot.
58 days. An old favorite, this 18" tall plant needs no staking and has plump peas with superb flavor.
50 days. Also called Half Pint, these dwarf, 6"- 8" plants produce plenty of tasty peas without a need for staking!
68 days. This pea keeps it cool but can also take the heat! Excellent choice for warm climates or for late planting.
75 days. An 8" long, thick walled, mildy hot Anaheim type pepper excellent for stuffing or roasting.
80 days. Called Poblano in the fresh form and Ancho as a dried fruit. Mildy hot. Used for chiles rellenos and mole.
68 days. Adding cayenne increases the "heat" of your favorite chili or other spicy recipe. Peppers are colorful.
63 days. An abundance of flavorsome peppers come early on this sturdy plant. Enjoy raw, pickled, or stuffed.
100 days. This is a hot one - try it if you dare! Adds not only fire but a distinctive citrus flavor.
75 days. A medium-hot Old World favorite, the perfect pick for a peck of pickled peppers!
80 days. Also called chilaca and chile negro. Mainly used as a dried pod or powder. Indespensible in mole sauces.
70 days. Zesty, pungent, and very hot! Excellent flavor for authentic Asian cuisine.
100 days. Intensely hot, citrus-like flavor, perfect for lovers of spicy Carribbean and Latin American dishes.
72 days. Brilliant yellow, so sweet, so crisp, so tasty! Very productive plant.
75 days. A favorite for delicious pickled peppers. Great when stuffed for hors d'oeuvres, or add to shish kebabs.
75 days. Lustrous, thick-fleshed fruits with jazzy color are a striking addition to veggie trays.
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