Wayland Chiles(Wayland, Massachusetts)
Jamaican Red is a medium thick flesh squash type pod measuring up to 1.5 inches long by 1.5 inches wide. Used in Jamaican cuisine.
The sweet habanero collection contains the following chiles: Datil Sweet, Aji Dulce 1 & 2, Trinidad Perfume, Grenada Seasoning.
Takanotsume is one of the most popular chiles eaten in Japan. This very hot chile is most often are dried and use as a spice.
Four varieties of Trinidad chilies include Trinidad Scorpion, Trinidad Congo, Orange Trinidad Scorpion and Trinidad Perfume
Trinidad Seasoning has a fruity flavor with no heat. As the name implies this chile makes an excellent spice.
Butternut Squash has a delicious nutty flavor. Produces high yields of straight necked squash that are ready for harvest in 83 day
Amish Paste is an heirloom paste tomato that produces oblong 8 ounce fruit that is delicious with a sweet flavor.
I use Bhut Jolokia chili to infuse organic olive oil creating an amber oil with a toasted flavor and the heat of the Bhut Jolokia.
The Bhut Jolokia also know as Ghost Chili rates as the hottest chili on record. Although hot it has add a great flavor in salsa.
The Chiltepin is a rare and very small chile in size with an extremely pungent flavor. This is one of my favorite chilies.
Costeno is very hard to find hot chile from the Oaxaca region. It is often used in Mexican dishes to make red sauces.
7 Pot Bubblegum is an extremely hot habanero type chile know for being able to spice 7 pots of stew with one chile pod.Free Shipping
Wayland Chiles is an organic small, family run, farm dedicated to biodiversity specializing in rare and heirloom chiles, corn, eggplant, squash, and tomatoes. When you plant seeds from Wayland Chiles you are helping to prevent loss of fruits and vegetables that factory farms push out of the markets the from only a few well-known varieties.
Our bee hives and other pollinators are kept busy pollinating the vegetable flowers and wide variety of flowers we grow. Pollination significantly increases yields and results in larger and more uniform shaped fruit. We use organic fertilizers and never use any pesticides. This is good for the pollinators that visit our flowers and good for you when you eat what we grow, and plant the seeds we save.
We sell seeds that we have grown in isolation, ensuring the plants you grow are true to the variety. We make our own sun-dried tomatoes and use our chiles to make chipotle, chile powder, salsa and hot sauce. We sell the chiles pods fresh or dried.