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Annual Vegetable Garden Seeds and Heirloom Seeds: Sweet Green Bell Peppers, Italian Frying Peppers and HOT Red Peppers (PIMENT - PIMIENTO - PEPERONE)

Chianti Bell Pepper, California Wonder Bell Pepper, Cayenne Hot Pepper, Cubanelle Pepper, Italian Frying Banana Pepper, * NEW * Italian Pepperoncini Pepper, and Jalapeno Hot Pepper Seeds.

Customer Note: Sorry, express or expedited shipping IS NOT AVAILABLE for this product.

June 17, 2009

Please note that most of our vegetable, flower and herb seeds - including collections - are now SOLD OUT for the season. Please check back with us in January for the 2010 seeds.

Our Pumpkin Patch is still fully stocked with all varieties, and our Country Store has a full selection of great gardening gifts.


Hart's Chianti Sweet Pepper Seed
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CHIANTI Sweet PEPPER Seed (Hybrid)
Stock #: HSV2059     Price: $2.29
Matures in 70 Days from setting out of transplants
(PIMIENTO MORRON)

Out of Stock for the Season

CHIANTI SWEET PEPPER: Chianti sweet peppers are a strong and very vigorous grower that will out-yield regular varieties. Sweet Peppers are a favorite home garden vegetable. Serve them raw on relish platters, in garden salads, fried or stuffed. Peppers are approximately 5 inches in diameter by 5-1/2 inches long, smooth and blocky. Chianti Sweet Pepper is resistant to tobacco mosaic virus.

SOWING ... Start Chianti pepper seed indoors 6 to 8 weeks before danger of frost is past. Plant pepper seed 1 inch apart and cover with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Place seed starting tray in a very warm spot (both night and day) and cover with frame of glass or polyethylene to preserve the moisture until germination is complete. Then place tray in warm sunny window.

THINNING ... When Chianti pepper plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, transplant 2 inches apart in another tray. After danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors in a sunny location in rows 2 to 3 feet apart, spacing pepper plants 18 to 24 inches apart in the row.

GERMINATION ... Chianti pepper seed germinates in 14 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions. Cool temperatures delay seed germination.

REMARKS ... Many gardeners hold off heavy fertilization until the first blossom produces a small fruit which is picked off. Pepper plants produce more fruit if kept picked and not allowed to ripen. Cut Chianti peppers instead of pulling them from plant to avoid plant injury.


Hart's California Wonder Bell Pepper Seed
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California Wonder Bell PEPPER Seed
Stock #: HSV2060     Price: $1.89
Matures in 75 Days from setting out of transplants
(PIMENT - PIMIENTO - PEPERONE)

Out of Stock for the Season

LARGE SWEET PEPPER VARIETY: Sweet Bell Peppers are a favorite home garden vegetable. Serve Bell Peppers raw on relish platters, in salads, fried or stuffed. California Wonder Bell Pepper fruits are approximately 4 inches in diameter by 4-1/2 inches long, mostly 4 lobed, dark green ripening to red.

SOWING ... Start pepper seed indoors 6 to 8 weeks before danger of frost is past. Plant California Wonder Bell pepper seed 1 inch apart and cover with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Place seed starting tray in a very warm spot (both night and day) and cover with frame of glass or polyethylene to reserve the moisture until germination is complete. Then place tray in warm sunny window.

THINNING ... When California Wonder Bell pepper plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, transplant 2 inches apart In another tray. After danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors in rows 2 to 3 feet apart, spacing pepper plants 18 to 24 inches apart in the row.

GERMINATION ... California Wonder Bell Pepper seed germinates in 14 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions. Cool temperatures delay seed germination.

REMARKS ... Many gardeners hold off heavy fertilization until the first blossom produces a small fruit which is picked off. Pepper plants will bear more fruit if kept picked and not allowed to ripen. Cut Bell Peppers from the plant instead of pulling them to avoid plant injury.


Hart's Cayenne Hot Pepper Seed
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Cayenne Hot PEPPER Seed
Stock #: HSV2061     Price: $1.89
Matures in 75 Days from setting out of transplants
(PIMENT - PIMIENTO - PEPERONE)

Out of Stock for the Season

VERY POPULAR HOT PEPPER FOR DRYING: Cayenne Hot Pepper is a medium hot pepper which is a very popular international favorite. Cayenne Hot pepper interesting flavor makes them popular fresh, cooked or pickled. Cayenne peppers may be dried for winter use. Cayenne Hot Peppers are 6 to 8 inches long.

SOWING ... Start Cayenne Hot pepper seed indoors 6 to 8 weeks before danger of frost is past. Plant seed 1 inch apart and cover with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Place Cayenne Hot pepper seed starting tray in a very warm spot (both night and day) and cover with frame of glass or polyethylene to preserve the moisture until germination is complete. Then place tray in warm sunny window.

THINNING ... When pepper plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, transplant 2 inches apart in another tray. After danger of frost is past, transplant pepper plants outdoors, in a sunny location, in rows 2 to 3 feet apart, spacing pepper plants 18 to 24 inches apart in the row.

GERMINATION ... Cayenne Hot Pepper seed germinates in 12 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions. Cool temperatures delay germination.

REMARKS ... Many gardeners hold off heavy fertilization until the first blossom produces a small fruit which is picked off. Pepper plants produce more fruit if kept picked and not allowed to ripen. Cut the Cayenne Hot Peppers from the plant instead of pulling them to avoid plant injury.


Hart's Cubanelle Pepper Seed
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Cubanelle PEPPER Seed
Stock #: HSV2062     Price: $2.29
Matures in 75 Days from setting out of transplants
(PIMENT - PIMIENTO - PEPERONE)

Out of Stock for the Season

POPULAR FRYING TYPE PEPPER: Cubanelle sweet peppers are a favorite home garden vegetable. Cubanelle is a large frying pepper, 6" by 12" that may also be used raw on relish platters, in salads, or stuffed. Cubanelle peppers are light green, ripening to red.

SOWING ... Start Cubanelle pepper seed indoors 6 to 8 weeks before danger of frost is past. Plant seed 1 inch apart and cover with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Place seed starting tray in a very warm spot (both night and day) and cover with frame of glass or polyethylene to preserve the moisture until seed germination is complete. Then place tray in warm sunny window.

THINNING ... When Cubanelle pepper plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, transplant the pepper plants 2 inches apart in another tray. After danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors in a sunny location in rows 2 to 3 feet apart, spacing plants 18 to 24 inches apart in the row.

GERMINATION ... Cubanelle pepper seed germinates in 12 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions. Cool temperatures delay seed germination.

REMARKS ... Many gardeners hold off heavy fertilization until the first blossom produces a small fruit which is picked off. Cubanelle pepper plants produce more peppers if kept picked and not allowed to ripen. Cut Cubanelle peppers from the plant instead of pulling them to avoid plant injury.


Hart's Early Jalapeno VERY HOTt Pepper Seed
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Early Jalapeno VERY HOT PEPPER Seed
Stock #: HSV2063     Price: $2.29
Matures in 70 Days from setting out of transplants

Out of Stock for the Season

POPULAR VERY HOT PEPPER: Jalapeno Hot peppers are VERY HOT, thick walled peppers, 3 inches long by 1 to 1-1/2 inches wide. Jalapeno peppers are good to use fresh, cooked, pickled and dried.

SOWING ... Plant Jalapeno pepper seed indoors 6 to 8 weeks before danger of frost is past. May also be planted directly outdoors after last frost. Plant seed 1 inch apart and cover with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Place seed starting tray in a very warm spot (both night and day) and cover with frame of glass or polyethylene to preserve moisture until seeds start to grow.

THINNING ... When Jalapeno pepper plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, thin or transplant 2 inches apart in another tray. After danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors in rows 2 to 3 feet apart, spacing plants 18 to 24 inches in the row.

GERMINATION ... Jalapeno Hot pepper seed germinates in 12 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions. Cool temperatures delay seed germination.

REMARKS ... Many gardeners hold off heavy fertilization until the first blossom produces a small fruit which is picked off. Pepper plants produce more fruit if kept picked and not allowed to ripen. CUT the Jalapeno Hot peppers from the plant instead of pulling them to avoid plant injury.


HART'S Pepperoncini Italian Pepper Seed
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* NEW * Pepperoncini Italian PEPPER Seed
Stock #: HSV9059     Price: $2.29
Matures in 70 Days from setting out of transplants
(PIMENT - PIMIENTO - PEPERONE)

Out of Stock for the Season

* NEW * PEPPERONCINI Italian PEPPER: The light green pickled Italian Pepperoncini version of this pepper variety are found in many salad bars, sub sandwich shops and pizza parlors. This Italian Pepperoncini pepper plant variety produces short pendulous yellow-green peppers that are more pungent and spicer than the Greek pepperoncini.

SOWING ... Start Pepperoncini Italian pepper seed indoors 6 to 8 weeks before danger of frost is past. Plant Pepperoncini Italian pepper seed 1 inch apart and cover with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Place seed starting tray in a very warm spot (both night and day) and cover with newspaper or plastic wrap to preserve the moisture. After pepper seeds sprout, place in warm sunny window.

THINNING ... When Pepperoncini Italian pepper plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, transplant 2 inches apart in another tray. After danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors in a sunny location in rows 2 to 3 feet apart, spacing pepper plants 18 to 24 inches apart in the row.

GERMINATION ... Pepperoncini Italian pepper seed germinates in 12 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions. Cool temperatures delay seed germination.

REMARKS ... Many gardeners hold off heavy fertilization until the first blossom produces a small fruit which is picked off. Pepperoncini Italian pepper plants produce more and better tasting peppers if kept picked and not allowed to ripen. Cut the Pepperoncini Italian peppers instead of pulling them from plant to avoid injury.


Hart's Sweet Banana Pepper Seed
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Sweet Banana PEPPER Seed
Stock #: HSV2303     Price: $1.89
Matures in 65 Days from setting out of transplants
(PIMENT - PIMIENTO - PEPERONE)

Out of Stock for the Season

ALL AMERICA SELECTION WINNER: Sweet Banana Peppers are a favorite home garden vegetable. Sweet Banana peppers produces a smooth, tapered, yellow pepper, 6 inches long, 2 inches thick on plants that are 20 to 24 inches tall. Sweet Banana peppers may be fried, or used raw or on relishes platters, in salads, or stuffed.

SOWING ... Start Sweet Banana pepper seed indoors 6 to 8 weeks before danger of frost is past. Plant seed 1 inch apart and cover with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Place seed starting tray in a very warm spot (both night and day) and cover with frame of glass or clear plastic wrap to preserve the moisture until germination is complete. Then place the seed tray in warm sunny window.

THINNING ... When pepper plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, transplant 2 inches apart in another tray. After danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors in a sunny location in rows 2 to 3 feet apart, spacing plants 20 to 24 inches apart in the row.

GERMINATION ... Sweet Banana Pepper seed germinates in 12 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions. Cool temperatures will delay germination.

REMARKS ... Many gardeners hold off heavy fertilization until the first blossom produces a small fruit which is picked off. Sweet Banana pepper plants produce more fruit if kept picked and not allowed to ripen. Cut peppers off with pruning shears, instead of pulling it from the pepper plant to avoid plant injury.




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