Heirloom Pepper Seeds - Diane's Flower Seeds
Giant Aconcagua is a huge, 11" x 2.5" pepper with a fruity flavor. It ripens from green to yellow, orange and red. Pick them when you can feel a bit of softness (before the bugs eat them). Wonderful fresh, stuffed, fried or roasted.

Argentinian heirloom.
Pepper 'Golden Cal Wonder'
(75 days)

50 seeds   $2.50                  
Golden Cal Wonder has blocky, thick-walled fruits that ripen from green to yellow to orange. The size is 4" x 3.5". The sweet flavor makes it good for fresh eating or stuffing. Also known as Golden California Wonder.

Open-pollinated.
Heirloom Pepper Seeds

Peppers are one of the most popular heirloom vegetables. They come in all shapes, sizes and colors. The flavors range from sweet and mild to hot and spicy.

Sowing Pepper Seeds

Start pepper seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date. Sow 1/4" deep. Transplant outside 2 weeks after the last frost date. Full sun. Spacing 15".


Pepper 'Black Hungarian'
(75 days)

25 seeds   $2.50

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Black Hungarian is a chili pepper with 2-3" fruits that look like jalapenos. The flavor is mild (or very hot if allowed to ripen to red). The purple flowers add to its ornamental value. Good for pepper jelly, pickling, roasting, salads and salsas.

Hungarian heirloom.
Pepper 'California Wonder'
(75 days)

50 seeds   $2.50

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California Wonder is the most popular bell pepper of all time. It produces large, sweet peppers that ripen from green to red. The thick-walled fruits grow to about 4" x 3.5". Perfect for stuffing. Resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus.

American heirloom, 1928.  


Chocolate Beauty is an early bell pepper that ripens from green to chocolate-brown. The blocky, four-lobed fruits grow to about 5" long. The flavor is sweetest and richest at the brown stage. Excellent for cooking or fresh eating.

Open-pollinated.
Cubanelle is a sweet pepper that is great for frying because it's less watery than a bell pepper. The blunt fruits grow to 5-6" long and 2.5" wide. They ripen to orange-red, but they are usually picked at the yellow-green stage.

Cuban heirloom.


Pepper 'Chocolate Beauty'
(72 days)

25 seeds   $2.50

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Pepper 'Cubanelle'
(65 days)

50 seeds   $2.50                    
Anaheim is a mild to medium-hot chili pepper. The flavorful fruits grow to 5-8" long and turn from green to deep red, becoming spicier as they ripen. It's a popular variety for roasting and adding to sauces, stews, and chili bean soup.

American heirloom, 1896.


Pepper 'Anaheim'
(78 days)

50 seeds   $2.50                
Pepper 'Golden Cal Wonder'
Pepper 'California Wonder'
Pepper 'Sweet Banana'
Pepper 'Sweet Banana'
(60)

50 seeds   $2.50

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Sweet Banana is the earliest and most productive pepper I have ever grown. The 2-foot tall plants are loaded with 6" x 2" tapered fruits that ripen from light yellow to orange-red. It's good for salads, stuffing and pickling. Wax type.

American heirloom, 1941.

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Pepper 'Marconi Red'
Pepper 'Marconi Red'
(80 days)

25 seeds   $2.50 

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Marconi Red is a huge Italian pepper that grows to about 10" long. It turns dark red before it fully ripens, so give it some extra time on the plant to develop its best flavor, which is sweet and rich. Wonderful for fresh eating or frying.

Open-pollinated.
Pepper 'Jalapeno M'
Pepper 'Jalapeno M'
(75 days)

50 seeds   $2.50

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This is the classic jalapeno pepper that is popular in Mexican cuisine. The 30" tall plants produce plenty of 3.5" x 1.5" green fruits over an extended period of time, so you can pick them as needed.

Mexican heirloom.
Pepper 'Hungarian Hot Wax'
Pepper 'Hungarian Hot Wax'
(70 days)

50 seeds   $2.50                      
Hungarian Hot Wax is an early and productive pepper that is great for cooking, roasting, stuffing and pickling. The light yellow fruits grow to 5.5" x 1.5", eventually turning orange-red. Moderate heat - about the same as a jalapeno.

Hungarian heirloom.  


Pepper 'Giant Aconcagua'
Pepper 'Giant Aconcagua'
(75 days)

25 seeds   $2.50  

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Pepper 'Poblano' (Ancho)
(75 days)

50 seeds   $2.50  

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This 4" long pepper is known as Poblano when fresh, and Ancho when dried. It is moderately hot, making it very versatile. It can be roasted, stuffed, or used in Mexican dishes. Dry and grind it for chili pepper. It ripens from green to red.

Mexican heirloom.


Pepper 'Anaheim'
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Pepper 'Poblano'