2024 Pepper Starter Plants

  •  All of the seeds we use for our starter plants are organic and NON GMO.
  • The potting soil we use is an all organic soilless mix.
  • Only all natural ingredients are used to help feed our plants. 
  • No chemicals or pesticides are used on our plants in any way.
  • All of the photos that we use were taken by us of produce we have grown right here in our Denver backyard.
  • All illustrations were done by Kya Irish.

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Non Spicy Peppers


California Wonder Bell Pepper

Green to Red

  • You can eat this pepper early when green or wait until it fully ripens and sweetens to red 
  • 65-89 days to maturity
  • Full sun


Sweet Golden 

California Wonder Bell Pepper

  • Very sweet bell pepper that turns a cool golden orange color 
  • Plant will grow 22-32 inches tall
  • 68-78 days to maturity
  • Full sun

Sweet Chocolate 

 Bell Pepper

  • Brown bell pepper that has a bit of an earthy flavor to it
  • Great producing plant for us
  • 58-86 days to maturity
  • Full sun

Orange Sun 

Bell Pepper

  • Produced great for us in 2023. Better in the pot compared to the ground.
  • All 9 peppers pictured were on one plant
  • Around 80 days to ripen from green to orange.



  • High yielder
  • Sweet and tangy 
  • This is the pepper found with a Papa Johns pizza 
  • 65 day to maturity
  • Full sun



  • Simular to the Lipstick pepper but golden orange
  • Small, sweet and plentiful
  • 73 days to maturity
  • Full sun

Banana Pepper

    • Sweet and Crunchy Pepper
    • Easy to grow plant
    • 6 inch long pods
    • Good Pepper for Pickling
    • 72 Days to Maturity 
    • Full Sun


  • This is a great pepper to flash fry in peanut oil and eat
  • Best when small and tender
  • I have heard that 1 in 10 are smoking hot, but we never got a hot one our first year of growing them.
  • 60 days to maturity
  • Full sun 

Poblano Pepper

  • 3"-6" heart shaped peppers with thick walls
  • Mild with a small amount of heat
  • 75 ish Days to maturity
  • Full sun
  • 1000 Scoville Units



Sweet Peppers

Red or Orange

  • Small sweet snacking peppers
  • 55-85 days 


Cornito Rosso 

Sweet Pepper

  • Much larger than the lunchbox peppers
  • This plant can produce a lot of peppers per plant.
  • 60 days to green 80 to red.

Spicy Peppers

Hungarian Yellow Wax

  • This is the hot version of a banana pepper
  • Good for pickling and canning
  • 70 days to maturity
  • 1000 - 15000 Scoville Units

Early Jalapeño 


  • Can be eaten green or after turning red late in summer
  • The longer they grow the hotter they are
  • Produce a lot of peppers
  • 72 day to maturity
  • Full sun



  • A bit hotter than a Jalapeño 
  • Heavy producer
  • Bushy plants
  • 75-90 day to maturity

Hot Cayenne Slim


  • 2-4 inch long thin hot pepper
  • Great for drying to make hot pepper flakes
  • Plant grows 22-32 inches tall
  • 75-80 days to maturity
  • Full Sun

Hot Habanero


  • Small wrinkled hot peppers that ripen to a golden orange 
  • 1000 times hotter then a jalapeño 
  • 90-100 days to maturity
  • Full sun
  • 100,000 - 350,000 Scoville Units 

Ghost Pepper

  • At one point in time this was the hottest known pepper in the world
  • Super hot smoky flavor
  • 100-120 Days to maturity
  • Full sun
  • 1,000,000 plus on the Scoville Scale

Carolina Reaper

  • Dangerously Hot
  • I like the flavor of this pepper over the Ghost
  • This picture was illustrated by Kya Irish
  • 120 days to maturity 
  • Full sun
  • 2,000,000 plus on the Scoville Scale


  • Extra large mild jalapeño 
  • 78 days to maturity
  • Full sun 

Chili Peppers



  • Mild with very little heat 
  • 8 inch pepper with thick walls
  • 70-90 days to maturity
  • Full sun
  • Around 1000 Scoville Units

Hatch Lunbre X Hot

  • Smaller and hotter
  • 5 inch long pods
  • 85 days to maturity 
  • Full sun
  • 10,000 Scoville Units

Joe Parker

  • Good Medium Hot Chili Pepper
  • 80 Days to Maturity
  • Full Sun
  • 1000-3000 Scoville Units