Pepper Seeds

Low in calories, high in vitamin C—and easy to grow!

When choosing peppers, you'll look at flavor, color, size and heat level. In garden salads, your choices include sweet peppers, bell and pimento, as well as some banana and cherry varieties. If heat is what you want, try one of our hot pepper seed varieties like habanero, jalapeno, Anaheim or Hungarian peppers. Read the pepper description because our hot peppers range from very mild to off-the-charts hot. Our peppers are wonderful to cook with and if you like hot sauce or your salsa with some heat, these are the perfect choice. Here is a tip: If you have more peppers than you can use fresh, simply chop them up the way you would for your favorite recipes and freeze in a zip lock freezer bag. There is no need to process them. They’ll be ready to use all winter.

Available in a rainbow of colors (green, yellow, red, orange and purple) and shapes, peppers are not only delicious, easy to grow, high in vitamin C and relatively drought tolerant, but they're also great eye-candy! Because the pepper plant is such an attractive plant with its colorful peppers, this is a beautiful plant that could be easily incorporated into the flower garden if space is an issue. They also make a great container plant or you can purchase an ornamental pepper.

If you live in a cooler climate, you will need to start your pepper plants indoors. You will always have a much greater selection of pepper seed varieties if you start your pepper plants from seed yourself. Of course, you can count on Park Seed Company to offer a great selection of all kinds of peppers as plants. You can't go wrong with this popular plant. Peppers are often cited as one of the easiest plants to grow. Add peppers to your garden this year.