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er, a bit hotter and up to 1” longer than regular Jalapeños. Fruits, 4”, are usu- ally used green, although


Lemon Drop - #03055 100 days. Terrifi cally hot, citrus-fl avored heirloom popular for seasoning in Peru. Bright yellow, crinkled, cone-shaped fruits are about 2-1/2” long and 1/2” wide, with less than 15 seeds per pepper on average. Dense plants grow 2 ft. high and wide, and are typically covered with fruits. Excellent for container gardening.


(F) 1/16 oz. (H) 1/8 oz.


1/16 oz. = approx. 250 seeds $ 6.25 (J) 1/4 oz. (K) 1/2 oz.


11.50


$20.95 38.50


Lemon Drop Mucho Nacho


mature fully red. Plants are excep- tionally vigorous and high yielding, setting fruit a week earlier than is typical of Jalapeños. (V) 100 seeds (Y) 200 seeds (W) 500 seeds (C) 1000 seeds


they


Mucho Nacho Jalapeño Hybrid - #03059 ✱ 68-70 days. Jumbo-sized fruits are fatter, thicker, heavi-


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Serrano del Sol


$ 9.50 17.95 42.50 80.25


Serrano del Sol Hybrid - #03081 ✱ 62 days. The fi rst hybrid Serrano over- comes the usual complaints about the lateness and small size of open-pollinated types by maturing earlier (compared to 75-80 days) with fruits measuring nearly 3” long by 1/2” wide (compared to 1-1/2” long for old types). Hot, but not exces- sively so, with a unique fl avor – many prefer it to Jalapeños. Serve whole or chop for sauces and salsa. Beautiful dark green color turns red at maturity. (V) 100 seeds


$ 7.50 (W) 500 seeds $31.95 (Y) 200 seeds 13.75 (C) 1000 seeds 59.50 Numex Big Jim Mariachi


Mariachi Hybrid - #03058 ✱ 66 days. 2006 AAS Winner. Delicious, mild, and low in pungency, with Scoville readings of 500 to 600 when grown un- der non-stressful conditions. Large, 4” by 2”, fl eshy fruits mature red, but are usu- ally harvested yellow. Ready about 10 days earlier than most other chile types. Deli- cate gourmet fl avor with fruity overtones great for cooking, grilling, pickling and in salads. 24” plants set fruits continually. (V) 100 seeds (Y) 200 seeds


$ 8.75 (W) 500 seeds $36.25 16.25 (C) 1000 seeds 67.95


Mexibell Hybrid - #03056 ✱ 70 days. 1988 AAS Winner. Plants, up to 26” tall, bear loads of 3 to 4-lobed fruits, with fi rm fl esh, which can be eaten at any time. Ripens from green to chocolate to red. Tolerates Tobacco Mosaic Virus. 1/32 oz. = approx. 125 seeds $ 8.25 (H) 1/8 oz. 15.25 (J) 1/4 oz.


Mexibell


(D) 1/32 oz. (F) 1/16 oz.


$29.25 56.95


Numex Big Jim - #03008 ✱ 80 days. Released by NM State University. The largest of the chiles, fruits measure 12” long and weigh up to 4 oz. Great vari- ety for Chiles Rellenos. Medium heat. 1/8 oz. = approx. 500 seeds $4.50 (K) 1/2 oz. (L) 1 oz.


(H) 1/8 oz. (J) 1/4 oz.


8.25


$14.95 27.75


Super Chili Hybrid - #03087 ✱ 75 days. 1988 AAS Winner. Very prolif- ic, outbears regular chili peppers better than 3 to 1. Extra early, very hot fruits grow to 2-1/2”. (V) 100 seeds $ 5.50 (Y) 200 seeds 10.25 (W) 500 seeds 24.50 (C) 1000 seeds 45.75


Super Chili


(D) 1/32 oz. (F) 1/16 oz.


Pizza - #03067 80 days. Pendulous, cone-shaped, 3 to 4” peppers are mildly hot, with just enough spark to spice up all kinds of dishes. Stur- dy, 14 to 18” plants bear loads of fruits, with heavy walls, up to 1/2” thick, mak- ing them ideal for slicing. Fruits are hot- test when green, growing milder as they mature to red.


Pizza


(F) 1/16 oz. (H) 1/8 oz.


1/16 oz. = approx. 250 seeds (J) 1/4 oz. (K) 1/2 oz.


$ 5.95 10.95


$19.95 36.50


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Tabasco - #03094 ✱ 140 days. Our own Greenleaf strain. One of the hottest ever, it’s used to make the famous Tabasco Sauce. Fruits are easily gathered, as they grow almost straight out from the branches. Plant grows tall, pro- ducing many small, slender fruits. 1/32 oz. = approx. 125 seeds $5.25 9.50


(H) 1/8 oz. $16.95 (J) 1/4 oz.


Tabasco 32.95


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