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Heirloom Chili Pepper Seeds

Allegedly, chili peppers have been used as a condiment and spice for over 8000 years by the inhabitants of Latin America. At first wild chilies ( which still occur today and go by the name of "Tepin Chili") were collected, later the seeds of the plants were cultivated and an incredible range of varieties developed.
Hungarian Hot Wax banana pepper (Capsicum annuum) organic
Organic certification
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Rocoto (Capsicum pubescens) Chili pepper
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Ají limón, Lemon Drop Pepper (Capsicum baccatum)
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Aji Umba' pepper (Capsicum chinense)
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Tepin pepper (Capsicum annuum var. aviculare)
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Jalapeño pepper (Capsicum anuum)
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Cayenne pepper (Capsicum annuum)
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White Habanero Pepper (Capsicum chinense)
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Yellow Habanero Pepper (Capsicum chinense)
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Shipka Chili Pepper 'Bulgarian Carrot' (Capsicum annuum)
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Padrón Peppers, Pimientos de Padrón (Capsicum annuum)
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Mexican habanero pepper (Capsicum chinense)
Our recommendation
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Chocolate Habanero pepper (Capsicum chinense)
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Chili Pepper 'Jamaican Bell' (Capsicum baccatum)
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'The  hottest chillies in the world'
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6 relatively unknown chilli pepper varieties with outstanding aromas
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with 4 aromatic, colourful chilli pepper varieties ideal for drying & grinding
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3 ultra hot chilli peppers for extra spicy Thai food
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2 original chili pepper varieties, the ancestors of Habanero and other famous cultivars
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with 5 plants essential for the famous Mexican bean dish
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This rich breeding history is reflected not only in different variety names, but also different names for the processed form of chilies, depending on pungency, origin or use: pepperoni, paprika, chili, chili pepper, pimiento, cayenne pepper, paprika powder, aleppo pepper (pul biber), isot, harissa, merkén, sambal oelek, tabasco - and many more. Unlike most spices from tropical countries, chile peppers can be grown even in Central Europe. In addition, chilies are very decorative houseplants.