I am a small farm specializing in chile peppers, a few varieties of tomatoes (mostly cherry and paste), plus tomatillos. I currently grow over 100 varieties of chile peppers. I grow everything from the common Jalapeno (7 varieties) to the Bhut Jolokia (6 varieties), and everything in-between. I have the mild, the rare (Aribibi Gusano), the hot, and the super hots. In the spring I sell starter plants at the local herb festivals. For a pdf listing of all the plants I have available at the fairs please email me.
I specialize in many varieties of chile peppers, including the rare and the super-hots.
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