BEANS SANTA MARIA PINQUITO
(Phaseolus vulgaris) Vigorous
plants, pods with 7-10 pink beans, introduced to Central California
by the Spanish, for the unique barbeque in Santa Maria, served
with grilled tri-tip and salsa. PKT. $2
BEANS TEPARY (Phaseolus acutifolius) Drought tolerant beans grown for its dry beans by the Hopis and other Southwest tribes since ancient times, makes good chili. Probably one of the earliest domesticated plants, about 4,000 years ago. These dried beans are high in protein, antioxidants, reduce risk of cancer, diabetes, and is good for heart health. Easily grown. --Brown Seeded. PKT. (100 s) $2. --White Seeded. PKT. (100 s) $2
SWEET CORN Country Gentleman White (95-100 days) Unique sweet white corn with kernels without rows, 8" long ears on 7-8 foot tall stalks, introduced in 1890. PKT. (100 seeds) $2
CUCMBER National Pickling (60 days) Developed in 1924 by the National Pickling Packers Association as the ideal cucumber to pickle. PKT. (50 seeds) $2
MELON Burrell's Jumbo. Improved selection of Hale's Best, fruit up to five pounds, very sweet salmon-orange flesh. PKT. (50 seeds) $2
HOT PEPPER Cayenne Long Slim (C. annuum) Plants to 2 feet tall and 4 feet across, favorite in the South for sauces and one of the most common peppers worldwide. (HS: 625 f). PKT. $1
HOT PEPPER Jalapeño M mild (C. annuum) Great pickling pepper, 3" long and 1" wide, plants 2 ft tall and 2 feet wide, ripens from green to chocolate to red. (HS: 238 f). PKT. $1
HOT PEPPER Loco (C. annuum) Fruit 3-4" long and 1" wide. Called "Loco" because plants grow up about 8 inches then grow out horizonally. (HS: 1,000 d). PKT. $1
HOT PEPPER Mayan Cobanero Love (C. sp.) Plants 2-4 feet tall and 3-10 feet across, very productive. Heart-shaped fruit 1/2" across, turns from purple to red. One of Central America's hottest, grown by the Guatemalan Mayas perhaps as long as 5,000 years ago. (HS: 10,000 d). PKT. $2
HOT PEPPER Santa Fe Grande
(C. annuum) Similar to
Fresno but 10x hotter. Conical fruit 2-3" long and 1-1.3"
wide, turns yellow to red-orange when ripe. Good for pickling,
crunchy. (HS: 1,120 f). PKT. $1
PEPPER Collection No. 1 - Top 5 World's Hottest: Bhut Jolokia, Chocolate Champion®, Habanero Bullet White, Japones, and Tepin. PRICE $15 postpaid.
PEPPER Collection No. 2 - Top 5 Customer's favorites: Ancho, Cayenne Long Slim, Chocolate Champion®, Hab. White Bullet, and Tepin. PRICE $15 postpaid.
PEPPER Collection No. 3 - Our rarest peppers that will be gone in 2023: We lost our sources or are no longer grown commercially. Catarina, Chambray, Costeno Amarillo, Habanero Braz. Gigante, Japones, Loco, Manzano Red, Manzano Yellow, Numex 6-4, Onza Rojo and Puya. PRICE $25 ppd.
COLLECTION of 10 hot peppers
from 2021 -- Packets of 10 different hot pepper varieties. $25
Updated January 10, 2022 -- On-line seed list here.
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