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Abbraccio
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An Italian ornamental variety. Grows 1ft tall and produces hundreds of ¾" long by ½" wide upright growing edible peppers. The peppers are shaped like small bullets and mature through various shades of purple to yellows, oranges and finally to bright red when ripe. (Capsicum annuum)
Abchazskij Ostruyi   A rare Russian cultivar. This plant which can grow up to 3 1/2 ft tall and produces good yields of 4 ¼" long by ¾" wide hot peppers which turn from light green to red upon maturity in 85 days. (Capsicum annuum)
Abco Variety #108   A smooth, blunt end dark green Jalapeño type pepper.
Abeytas

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A rare variety from Abeytas, New Mexico. This 3ft plant can produce as produce up to thirty 4" pods which look similar to the common Hungarian Hot Wax. Pods mature from green to yellow to red upon maturity after approximately 90 days. (Capsicum annuum)
AC 1230 (CGN 21467)   From Brazil. CGN name from the gene bank at Wageningen, The Netherlands. (Capsicum baccatum)
AC 129 (CGN 22790)   From Mexico. CGN name from the gene bank at Wageningen, The Netherlands. (Capsicum frutescens)
AC 1986 (CGN 21479)   From Peru. CGN name from the gene bank at Wageningen, The Netherlands. (Capsicum baccatum)
AC 635 (PI 185474)

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An attractive variety developed Reimer seeds and registered with the United States Department of Agriculture as PI 185474. Plant produces good yields of 2" long by ½" wide hot peppers which grow upright on a sturdy plant. Peppers have good heat and mature from yellow to red in approximately 85 days.  (Capsicum annuum)
Acapulco F1

 

Big, long bell. Big, semi-elongated blocky fruit mature early for type. Tolerant to TMV, PVY, TEV viruses. Strong plant. Early ripening.  (Capsicum annuum)
Acapulu   65 days to green and 90 days to red ripe. Big, long, semi elongated blocky fruit. Tolerant to TMV, PVY, TEV viruses.
Ace F1

 

Green maturing to red, 3-4 lobed sweet bell pepper. 55 days. Prolific. This hybrid has apparent resistance to blossom drop even in adverse weather.  (Capsicum annuum)
Aceituno (PI 281443)

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From Venezuela. A Habanero type hot pepper named after the region in Venezuela where it is grown. This  plant produces good yields of 1 ½" long by 1 ¼" wrinkled bell shaped pods which mature from green to orange in approximately 100 days. (Capsicum chinense)
Achar (GRIF 15776)

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From India. 3-4 inches long and 1 inch thick. Deep red colour. Mildly pungent.  (Capsicum annuum)
Aci (PI 172765)

 

From Turkey.  (Capsicum annuum)
Aci Sivri

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An old Turkish heirloom variety. Heat can vary from mild to very hot. Prolific producer of up to 50 15 cm long by 2 cm wide cayenne shaped peppers per plant. 90 days. Shiny crimson when ripe. (Capsicum annuum)
Achard
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Pendent elongated and ribbed pod growing 9 x 3 cm Light green turning to vivid red. (Capsicum baccatum)
Acoma

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See Acoma Pueblo.
Acoma Pueblo   Large green medium to mild chile pepper.  (Capsicum annuum)
Aconcagua


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Very long, tapered fruits can reach 10 inches long and are thick walled, juicy and sweet. Ripens light green to orange to red. Plant grows to 30 inches. Named after the Argentinean mountain where it was first found. Tri-lobed peppers. (Capsicum annuum)
Acquarello
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Multi-coloured small upright peppers. (Capsicum annuum)
Acrata
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(Capsicum annuum)
Acrobata
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(Capsicum annuum)
Adele F1   A green to yellow blocky bell pepper type developed by Enza Zaden B.V. and said to be high yielding and resistant to tobacco mosaic virus (TMV). (Capsicum annuum)
Admiral F1   Hybrid sweet pepper. Consistently produces large blocky fruit that mature from green to yellow. Its broad plant seldom needs stacking, and has full foliage to protect its fruit from sunburn. It flourishes for mid-season harvest, but is adapted to early and late growing seasons as well. Days to maturity is 74-78. Fruit shape is mostly 4-lobed. Blocky. Size = 4.5 inches by 4.5 inches. (Capsicum annuum)
Adom   Hebrew local name for Capsicum frutescens pepper.
Adorno   This is a very attractive chilli plant that produces an abundance of chillies - ideal as a pot plant for indoors. The fruits are early ripening, hot cooking chillies. Compact plant with greenish-violet leaves. Produces dark green fruits which grow pointing upwards and ripen to a reddish-violet. Voted 10th hottest by BBC Gardeners World in 2006 trial.
Adriatico F1   A Marconi sweet pepper type from United Genetics. Adapted to the Italian Adriatical costal region. The 6in elongated fruit mature from green to red and with good disease tolerance to TMV. (Capsicum annuum)
Affinity   This bell pepper variety has good fruit quality and high yields of large blocky fruits (Capsicum annuum)
Afghan

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Hot. Comes from Afghanistan. 2.5 inches long and fairly thin. Fruits are upright and mature from green to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Afghan Long   These thin walled peppers grow upright on 2ft tall plants. The peppers are 2 to 3 inch long and look similar to Japanese Hot Claw. They are medium hot and mature from green to red approximately 75 days after transplanting. (Capsicum annuum)
Afghan Short   Grows to 3 inches long and 1/4 inch wide. Pepper matures from green to red and has a twisted shape. (Capsicum annuum)
African Birdseye   From Sudan. The African birdseye chile is both wild and domesticated and is known in English as the African Devil, Mombassa or Zanzibar chile, or in Swahili as pili-pili. Depending on growing conditions, the plants range in height from 1 to 4 feet tall and are usually very bushy. The pods grow erect of the plant and measure between 1/2 and 1 inch long and taper to a blunt point. They mature from green to bright red and are very pungent measuring around 175,000 Scoville units. (Capsicum frutescens)
African Devil


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Height about 1-1.2 metre. Seed colour is straw. Fruit: colour is green to bright red. Shape is conical. Position is erect. Size 10-20mm long, 5-7mm diameter. Flesh is very thin. Calyx is cup shaped with more than one per node. Petals have an white outer edge, greenish inner, the petals of the flower are revolute. Stamen is purple. Very small and very hot. (Capsicum frutescens)
African Fish

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Unusual white striped leaves dominate this heirloom chile with its roots in the African-American community. (Capsicum annuum)
African Pequin


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Hot. Pequin/Piquin type. 0.5 to 0.75 inches long by 0.375 to 0.5 inches wide with thin flesh. Pod matures from green to red pendant pods late in the growing season. From Africa. (Capsicum annuum)
African Snub   Virtually identical to Jalapeno, these chiles are from Kenya. 5 cm long by 2.5 cm wide. Heat level 5. (Capsicum annuum)
Africansk   From Africa. (Capsicum annuum)
Agatha
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(Capsicum annuum)
Agco Hot

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From the USA. This white flowering plant produces high yields of 5 ½" long by 1 ½" wide hot peppers which mature from green to red in 85 days. (Capsicum annuum)
Agio F1   Hungarian pepper with 14 cm cone shaped fruits going from yellow-green to orange-red. (Capsicum annuum)
Agnetto Gold Narrow   No info!
Agnetto Gold Thick   No info!
Agni Sikha   From India.
Agni Sikha II   An Indian Cayenne type pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Agranaldo   No info!
Agrifoglio
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From Italy. (Capsicum annuum)
Agriset 4002

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Hot pepper.
Agronaldo de Asti   From Guatemala. A miniature Chilhuacle but with more heat. (Capsicum chinense)
Agronomico   A conical shaped pepper from Brazil. (Capsicum annuum)
Agua Blanca

 

From Mexico. 10 inch green pods maturing to red. Mild. Anaheim/Numex type. (Capsicum annuum)
Aji   Usually bright orange chiles South America and especially Peru, but sometimes yellow or brown. Its aromatic taste makes it superb raw in salsas or salads. Normally found at elevations below 1100m. Pepper grows to 7.5 cm long by 2 cm wide. Heat level is 7. Seeds are rare and expensive. A long growing season of at least 120 days needed. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum). Sometimes called Aji Amarillo. 30,000-50,000 SHU.
Aji a Cono

2-3cm cone shaped pods grow erect on a bushy plant ripening from light green to yellow to orange to red. Heat Level 4-5. (Capsicum annuum)
Aji Amarillo (PI 152217)


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The Aji Amarillo is the most common Aji in Peru. In the United States, it is sometimes referred to as the 'yellow chile' or 'yellow Peruvian chile'. The pods are 4 to 5 inches long and a deep orange colour when mature. The thin-fleshed pods have a fruity flavour with berry overtones and a searing, clear pungency. The Aji Amarillo is grown in all regions of Peru: the coast Andes and the Amazon Jungle. Harvest season on the coast, where most of the Aji Amarillo is planted, begins in mid-December and continues until late March. Heat level is 7.5 (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)
Aji Amarillo #2

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Strain #2. A smaller chile which turns bright yellow. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Amarillo #3   Strain #3. Smaller bulbous bright orange fruits. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Amarillo Mirasol   Orange medium hot pepper. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)
Aji Amarillo Yellow

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Hot pepper.
Aji Andean
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This plant produces high yields of 2 ½" long by 1" wide hot peppers which mature from green, to orange and finally to red approximately 85 days after transplanting. This plant also displays the distinctive 'Aji type' white flowers with greenish-yellow markings around the Corolla. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Ayucullo

 

Aji Ayucullo is an original and native name that has no meaning nor translation. This Aji variety is a small, thick-fleshed, oval-shaped Aji. It is a wild capsicum variety found in the Peruvian jungle, central region and the Chanchamayo and Villa Rica valleys. The Aji Ayucullo is not commercially grown but is harvested from wild plants. Heat level is 7. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Banana


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Very nice, thick fleshed Aji Amarillo -type variety with a more heat. (Capsicum baccatum) 
Aji Benito


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From Bolivia. A hot Andean Aji type pepper growing 2.5 to 3 inches long by 0.75 to 1 inches wide with medium thin flesh that matures from pale green to orange to red. (Capsicum baccatum) 
Aji Blanco Cristal   From Peru. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Bolivian Long   This prolific Bolivian variety produces a multitude of 4" long by 0.5" wide thin walled fruits which mature from green to yellowish orange and finally to red. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Bravo   Also known as Imili Uchu or CAP 937. From Ecuador.
Aji Brazilian Bonanza   This rare white flowering Aji variety produces heavy yields of 2 ¼" long by ½" wide hot peppers which grow upright on tall sturdy plants which can grow up to 4ft in height. The peppers mature from green, to orange and then to red approximately 90 days after transplanting. They are 10 times hotter than most Aji varieties. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Brazilian Starfish (PI 439368)   This variety has uniquely shaped peppers. This tall plant has a vine like habit and produces good yields of ¾" long by 1 ¾" wide starfish shaped peppers that are very pungent. The peppers mature from green to red approximately 90 days after transplanting. The white flowers of this plant are also very attractive with the distinctive Baccatum greenish-yellow markings. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Brown

 

A mild Andean Aji type growing 4 to 6 inches long by 0.5 to 1 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from green to deep brown. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Caballero

 

Grows to approximately 3 - 4 feet in height. Hot. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Cachucha
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A small mild, sweet-tasting pepper used in many traditional Cuban dishes. It is also sometimes known (especially in Puerto Rico) as an Aji Dulce. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Camba   From Peru. A small mild, sweet-tasting pepper also sometimes known (especially in Puerto Rico) as an Aji Dulce. The pods ripen from a light pale green to a yellow/orange. Don't confuse this pepper with the habanero, which looks very similar and is related, as although it has the Habanero flavour, it has none of the heat. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Centro Americanos
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This variety is grown by Mats & Patricia Pettersson in Sweden. These small bullet shaped pods grow erect on the plant and mature from white to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Aji Cereza

 

The Aji Cereza is similar in shape to a cherry, thus its name, 'Cereza', which means cherry in Spanish. The extremely hot pods are very small and round measuring a maximum of 1 1/2 inches in diameter. The green immature pods develop into a deep red colour. This variety is found in all regions of the Peruvian jungle. No large scale commercial growing of Aji Cereza exists at present. Heat level is 9. (Capsicum annuum)
Aji Chanca   Named after Diego Alvarez Chanca. Chanca was Columbus' physician in 1493 who introduced chile peppers to Europe. Blocky 3 cm pendant pods ripen to red. Heat Level: 5-6. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Charapa   Aji Charapa is wild variety of Aji found in the northern region of the Peruvian jungle, close to the city of Iquitos. In this area, the people are called "Charapas", thus, the name of the Aji Charapa is derived from their name. The Aji Charapa is very small with a spherical shape measuring a maximum 1/4 in diameter. The very hot pods are thin-fleshed and mature into a red and yellow colour. This variety is not grown commercially, but is harvested from wild plants. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Chivato (PI 260550)   From Peru. This plant is more accurately part of the Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum species and produces good yields of 1" long by ¼" wide peppers which mature from green to orange approximately 85 days after transplanting. The Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Chivay   (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Chombo   A very hot variety from Panama, used for very hot sauces. Heat level is 10. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Chuncho (PI 260480)   From Peru. This relatively tall, bushy plant produces 0.75in long by 0.5in wide pods which grow erect on the plant. They mature from green to red. (Capsicum frutescens)
Aji Cito
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A medium Andean Aji type pepper growing 2.5 to 3.5 inches long by 0.75 to 1 inches wide with medium thin flesh that matures from green to gold. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Cochabamba   From Bolivia. pods that are pointed, measuring 4 inches by .75 inch. They mature from green to red and have a medium pungency. The plant is tall and can reach over five feet in height with dark green foliage and leaves that measure seven inches in length. An average plant will produce forty small and oval pods. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Cohincho   (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Colorado
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Shiny orange/red peppers growing to 8 cm long, conical shape and slightly wrinkled. Originally from the Peruvian Andes. 75-85 days to ripen. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Colorado Rojo   Long curving peppers that mature to a burgundy red colour. Medium heat.
Aji Criolla Sella   An Aji type, this medium sized 24" plants produces 2" to 3" fruits that ripen from light green to golden yellow approximately 100 days after transplanting. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Cristal (PI 281320)


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One of the largest peppers that's quite good to eat raw when green. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)
Aji Crystal
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Originally from Chile. Pods of 1 1/2" to 3" that ripen to red-orange. Hot citrus flavour when young.
Aji Cuerno de Toro    
Aji de Boton (PI 593933)   From Ecuador. This 3ft tall plant produces good yields of 1" long by ¾" wide hot peppers which mature from light yellow to orange approximately 90 days after transplanting. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji de Mesa (PI 257143)   This wild variety produces 2 ¼" long by ½" wide peppers that mature from green to red. The plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)
Aji de Ratan (PI 595907)   From Colombia. (Capsicum frutescens)
Aji Dulce #1


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Unusual squat pepper with a pointy bottom. The pepper resembles the Jamaican Hot. Suitable for growing in containers. From Venezuela and Colombia. Fruit is 6cm by 3cm and deep blood red when ripe. (Capsicum annuum)
Aji Dulce #2   Mild pepper growing to 2 inches long by 1-1/4 inches wide with typical look of Habanero type. Strong aroma and flavour but only a trace of heat. (Capsicum chinense Jacq.)
Aji Dulce #3   A mild Habanero type growing 1 to 2 inches long by 1 to 1.25 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from green to orange to red. The pods have a flattened bottom with flavour and aroma similar to Habanero but without the heat. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Dulce #4   PI543188. From Bolivia. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Dulce #5   PI257063. From Colombia.(Capsicum chinense)
Aji Dulce Amarillo   (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Escabeche   Also known as the Cusqueno. This is the most common Aji consumed in Peru. Also known as the Aji Amarillo, which means yellow in Spanish. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)
Aji Exploding Fire   From Peru. The pods grow approximately ¾" long and ¼" wide and are very similar to the Bird Aji in flavour, flesh and appearance. They mature from green to orange and then to red in around 90 days. (PI 260580) (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Flor   See Aji Orchid.
Aji Flower   See Aji Orchid.
Aji Francos   (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Gold 
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(Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Golden
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(Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Gusanito (PI 543203)
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From Colombia/Bolivia. Actually a Frutescens / Chinense cross, this plant is anything but a typical Frutescens in terms of both appearance and flavour. The pods have Chinense characteristics being pungent and wrinkled. They look very much like the similarly named Aribibi Gusano (the Caterpillar pepper). They mature from white to yellow. (Capsicum frutescens x chinense)
Aji Habanero
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From South America, it is not as hot as the variety from the Yucatan, but it has a similar spicy, smoky flavour. Conical, wrinkled 8-10 cm, orange-red peppers. 82-90 days to ripen. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Indian (PI 370004)   Sourced from the Stuard Institute in Parma, Italy. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Largo   CAP 1026.
Aji Lemon Drop (PI 315024)   This hot, citrus-flavoured pepper is a popular seasoning pepper in Peru where it is known as 'Kellu Uchu'. It is also known in the western world as 'Hot lemon' or 'Lemon Drop'. The bright yellow, crinkled, cone-shaped fruits are about 2-1/2" long and 1/2" wide and mature from green to yellow approximately 100 days after transplanting (Long season) have less seeds than the average pepper, containing than 15 seeds on average. They plant is vine like typically reaching a height of about 3ft. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Limo   Although this variety is referred to as the Aji Limo, the word 'Limo' has no real meaning nor translation and is a regional identification name given to it by the local people. The pod is small and measures 2 to 3 inches long by 1 to 1 1/2 inches wide. Aji Limo has a red and yellow pod colour that ripens into a deep red, yellow or orange colour. When dried, this Aji becomes tapered and wrinkled. It is mostly grown and used on the northern coast of Peru. Heat level is 7. (Capsicum chinense or Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Limon
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Also known as Peruvian Yellow. 4.5cm long by 2cm wide. Pale yellow-green to lemon yellow when ripe. Thin walls. Elongated and flattened pod tapering to a point. An Andean Aji type. Large bush plant. Mild habanero with only ~800 SHU, regular chinense flavour. Heat level is 7. Originally found in the Peruvian lowlands. Easily oven-dried at 190degC. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)
Aji Little Finger   Tall plant, typical of baccatum species. Small 2 inch fruits ripening to red in 80 days. Heat level up to 5,000 Scoville Units. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Mirasol (PI 290982)   A cross between an Aji Colorado and a Mirasol, producing a shorter, thin skinned, brown pepper.  Also know as Aji Amarillo and Cusqueno. Heat level is 2.5 (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Mongol   From Venezuela. A relatively small (18 in x 18in) plant which produces drooping apple shaped red fruits. This plant also has stunning flowers and unusual brownish coloured seeds. (Capsicum pubescens)
Aji Mono   The name of the Aji Mono relates to 'monkey' Aji. The pod measures 4 to 5 inches long and 3/4 inch across. The Aji Mono pod is a bright scarlet and is slightly curved with a tapering point. This variety is grown in the Peruvian jungle and found only locally. Heat level is 7 (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Montana   From Peru.
Aji Montesino   Common name for Capsicum baccatum.
Aji Norteno
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The name of the Aji Norteno translates to 'northern Aji' because it is a variety that is only popular in the northern coastal valleys of Peru. Ripe pods mature to yellow, red and orange colours and measure about 3 to 4 inches long and 3/4 inch across. Its shape is slightly curved and tapering to a point that is ideal for decoration of plates either whole or cut in rings. The Vir and Lambayeque valleys, about 1,000 km north of Lima, are the main production areas. Heat level is 6. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Omnicolor
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A hot  Andean Aji type pepper growing 2 to 2.5 inches long by 0.5 to 0.625 inches wide with medium thin flesh that matures from pale yellow to purple splotched to yellow to orange to red. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Orange   A very vigorous and productive cold tolerant plant from Peru, whose long pods turn bright orange and are very hot. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Orchid (PI 497974)   Also known as Aji Flower or Orchid pepper. From Brazil. 4cm by 6 cm. Yellow-green maturing to orange-red. Pod is campanulate with sunken apex. Scotch Bonnet type. Thick walls with heat level 2. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)
Aji Oro   8cm long by 1cm wide. Matures to lemon yellow. Elongated cylindrical pod tapering to a point. Andean Aji type. Thin walled. heat level is 7. Also known as Aji Amarillo and Penn's Golden. One of the hottest varieties of C. baccatum var. pendulum. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)
Aji Panca
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Grows to 5 inches long and 1 inch wide. Aji Panca is the second most common Aji variety in Peru and is grown mainly near the coast. This variety measures 3 to 5 inches long and 1 to 1 1/2 inches across. The flesh is medium thick with a berry flavour and fruit overtones. It has the same fruit shape and appearance as the Aji Amarillo, but is a deep red to burgundy colour when ripe. Heat level is 2. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Panca Improved   (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Pequante (PI 355395)   From Ecuador. A small "bud" pepper from the Ecuador coast. Bush to 80cm with small green flowers, purplish stamens; fruits red. (Capsicum frutescens)
Aji Peruvian   Small red pod with thin skin and ribbed flesh. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Picante

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Plants are annuals, ranging in various types from 1 to 6 feet in height, much branched. Leaves are elliptical to lanceolate. Plants continue to flower and set fruits from midsummer until frost, so fruits in all stages of development are on plants at the same time. (Capsicum annuum or Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Pilange   This Brazilian chile resembles a small red tomato but with a fiery sizzle. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Pineapple
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A Peruvian pepper with a citrus taste. Grows on a compact bush. Earlier ripening variety. Ripens from green to bronze. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Pinguita de Mono   The Aji Pinguita de Mono is known all over Peru because of its unique name, which translates loosely to 'little monkey dick', because of the pod's size, shape and colour. The pods are very small, elongated and pointed, measuring 1/2 to 1 inch long. The pods mature to a deep red colour. This variety is among the hottest of the little Aji's known in Peru. The Aji Pinguita de Mono is found in all regions of the Peruvian jungle, mainly in the central valley of Chanchamayo. This Aji is not grown commercially. Heat level is 8-9 (Capsicum annuum)
Aji Portachuela   (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Pucomucho This wild Aji, has an original and native name that has no meaning nor translation and is found in the Peruvian jungle, central region and the Chanchamayo and Villa Rica valleys. This variety is a small, thin, elongated and pointed Aji which matures to a bright yellow colour. The Aji Pucomucho is not commercially grown, but is harvested from wild plants. Heat level is 8 (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Red   See Aji Rojo.
Aji Red Olive   From Brazil. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Reno   (Capsicum annuum)
Aji Rocoto   (Capsicum pubescens)
Aji Rocoto (PI 355392)   From Ecuador. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Rocoto (PI 355811)   From Ecuador. (Capsicum pubescens)
Aji Rocoto (PI 355812)   From Ecuador. (Capsicum pubescens)
Aji Rojo

 
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Also known as Puca Uchu or Aji Red. 4-6 inches long. From Peru. Heat level is 7. Believed frost resistant. Can be grown as a perennial. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Rurrenabaque A hot Habanero type pepper growing 1.5 to 2 inches long by 1 to 1.5 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from green to orange to red. Comes from Bolivia. (Capsicum chinense or could be Capsicum annuum)
Aji Russian Yellow (PI 594138)   From Russia. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Serranito   A cross between Aji Amarillo and Serrano. With pendant shaped 2 to 3in pods that mature from green to red and have a mild pungency. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Tamarindo   This unusual variety grows in the Ocu region of Panama. The pods are tear drop in shape and grow to approximately 5.5 cm long by almost 2 cm thick. They ripen to a pale-creamy orange colour. These pods have a distinctive Habanero like smell and therefore the variety is believed to be a Chinense.
Aji Umba Red


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From Surinam. Also known as Ojemma and Ajumba. Pods have a similar heat, aroma and flavour of the Habanero, but a more 'box-like' appearance. They average about 1 to 1.5 inches in length and ripen from a light lime green to red on a shrub like plant. (Capsicum chinense) 
Aji Umba Yellow   From Surinam. Also known as Ojemma and Ajumba. Pods have a similar heat, aroma and flavour of the Habanero, but a more 'box-like' appearance. They average about 1 to 1.5 inches in length and ripen from a light lime green to yellow on a shrub like plant. (Capsicum chinense) 
Aji Valentine (PI 260549)   From Peru. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Verde (PI 290983)

 

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Aji Verdi


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Aji Verde is another Aji variety found in the northern coastal valleys of Peru, mainly in Lambayeque and Piura. The name translates to 'green chile', however, the mature pods ripen into red and orange colours. The very hot pods of the Aji Verde are small, elongated and pointed, with medium flesh, measuring 2 to 3 inches long and 1/2 inch across. This variety is not commercially grown. Heat level is 8 (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji White Wax

 

From Argentina. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Yellow (PI 152234)


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2 to 3 inches long but slender peppers on plants that can grow to 5 ft. tall. Originally from Peru. Peppers turn bright yellow when ripe and have a distinctive, fruity flavour. Reputed to be frost tolerant. Very hot. Can be grown as a perennial. (Capsicum baccatum)
Aji Yellow 2

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A hot Habanero variety with elongated pods growing 2.5 to 3.5 inches long by 0.5 to 0.75 inches wide with medium thin flesh that matures from green to bright yellow. Comes from Peru. (Capsicum chinense)
Aji Yuquitania
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From Columbia. A very hot Habanero type that grows 2 to 2.5 inches long by 0.75 to 1.25 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from green to bright yellow. Also known as Amazon Chile. (Capsicum chinense)
Ajicinto   Local name for a pepper found in Brazil.
Akabare (GRIF 15868)   From Nepal. Small habanero ripening from green to red. (Capsicum chinense)
Akash F1   Thin walls light green to red at very high 85,000 SHU. Developed by Namdhari Seeds.
AKC-86-39   Cayenne type from India. (Capsicum annuum)
Akola   From Thane near Bombay, India, this small chile is 4 cm long by 2 cm wide. Heat level is 3
Akrai F1   A Lungo Giallo variety resistant to TMV0.
Aladdin F1   An F1 hybrid Bell pepper variety. This relatively compact plant produces 5cm by 4cm fruits which ripen from dark green to yellow. Good disease resistance. (Capsicum annuum)
Aladdin Ornamental   Conical shaped, ripening to orange. (Capsicum annuum)
Aladdin X3R   76 days to ripen. Dark green 12cm by 12cm sweet bell pepper. Tolerant to TMV.
Alaepia   No info!
Alba
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(Capsicum annuum)
Alba F1   A hybrid bell pepper variety from Johnnys Selected Seeds. This sturdy plant produce medium-large, 4-lobed, blocky, ivory coloured peppers which ripen to scarlet red approximately 85 days after transplanting. (Capsicum annuum)
Albania
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(Capsicum annuum)
Albanian F1   Early productive Romanian type pepper. 65 days. Hot.
Albatross   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Alberto's
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From Brazil. A variety grown in an area near to Rio de Janeiro, by the uncle (Alberto), of Chile-Head Patricia Pettersson. This plant produces 1in x1 1/2 in fruits which mature from light green to orange-yellow and then to red. Also know as Alberto's Locoto. (Capsicum baccatum)
Alberto's Locoto   See Alberto's.
Albino   A white maturing to red, sweet non-bell pepper. A dwarf bush growing to 18 inches produces medium-sized fruits with thick walls and good disease resistance. Suitable even for the more further north growing areas. 75-80 days.. TMV resistant. (Capsicum annuum)
Albino Bullnose   An early, sweet bell pepper variety. Dwarf plants which produce white-cream coloured 3" to 4" blocky peppers which ripen approximately 75 days after transplanting. (Capsicum annuum)
Alborado   Very early, sweet bell pepper that stays white a long time before turning red. Dwarf bush produces medium-sized fruits with thick walls and good disease resistance. (Capsicum annuum)
Albufeira
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(Capsicum annuum)
Alcalde   A native New Mexico chile that matures earlier than most chiles (75 -85 days). Mild-medium heat with a complex, slightly sweet flavour when red. Pods approximately 4" long when mature. (Capsicum annuum)
Alcapulco    
Alé
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(Capsicum annuum)
Aleppo (PI 181865)
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From the Kurdish area of Syria. 15,000 SHU but may be as high as 150,000 SHU. Also known as Halaby pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Alfiere
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(Capsicum annuum)
Ali
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(Capsicum annuum)
Alice F1   Large, blocky firm fruit with good wall thickness. Multi disease resistant. Dark green to intense red at maturity.
All Big   A bell variety from USA. (Capsicum annuum)
All Season   A conical bell variety from Philippines. (Capsicum annuum)
Allegiance F1
© Harris Moran
Vigorous, medium to tall plant with pods that are highly uniform, dark green, blocky and 4-lobed with thick walls. Resistant PVY and TMV.
Alliance F1
© Harris Moran
3-4 lobed square pods with thick walls and smooth skin. Resistant PVY, TMV and other diseases.
Alma


Heavy yielding plants with numerous 3" fruits. Sweet with a slight bit of heat. Matures to a cream colour at first, then orange, and finally brilliant red. (Capsicum annuum)
Alma Paprika


See Almapaprika.
Almapaprika

 
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A Hungarian pepper also known as Hot Apple. 80 days. Plants are loaded with round, thick-walled, sweet peppers that have just a hint of warmth. The 1-2 inch fruits start out creamy white, and then turn to orange before finally turning shiny red. 65 days. (Capsicum annuum)
Alpha   85 days. Plant produces heavy yields of 7" long by 1 ½" wide hot peppers. Peppers have thick flesh and turn from dark green to bright red when mature. Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. (Capsicum annuum)
AMA 11   A campanulate variety from Brazil. This variety was developed by the Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center. The plant produces good yields of 1 ¾" long by 1 ¼" wide campanulate shaped peppers which have a smokey tropical fruit aroma but no heat. The pods mature from light green to red in approximately 90 days. The plant grows approximately 1ft tall x 1 1/2 ft wide, has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. (Capsicum chinense)
AMA 12   A campanulate variety from Brazil. (Capsicum chinense)
AMA 6 (GRIF 15855)   A campanulate variety from Brazil. This variety was developed by the Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center. The plant produces good yields of 2 ¾" long by 1 ¼" wide campanulate shaped peppers which have a fruity aroma but no heat. The pods mature from light green to red in approximately 100 days. The plants grow approx 1ft tall x 2ft wide and has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. (Capsicum chinense)
AMA 7   A campanulate variety from Brazil. (Capsicum chinense)
AMA 8 (GRIF 15857)   A campanulate variety from Brazil. (Capsicum chinense)
Amadeo F1   Thick walls. Developed by Zeraim Gedera.
Amando F1
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Similar to Cayenne in appearance but hotter and with a more fleshy pod. A Calabrian variety from Italy. (Capsicum baccatum)
Amarillear   From Bolivia. A conical yellow/orange hot pepper growing to 3 inches. 100 days. Heat level is 8 (Capsicum baccatum)
Amatista   Bright purple ornamental pepper. Grows up to 1.5 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. Thick fleshed. From South America.
Amazon   Very hot Habanero type growing 2 to 2.5 inches long by 0.75 to 1.25 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from green to bright yellow. (Capsicum chinense)
Amazon Chile Roma
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Mild Habanero variety with lots of Habanero flavour but without the heat. Pods turn from green to orange to red. Pod size 5.0 - 6.0cm long to 2,7 - 3,5cm wide. (Capsicum chinense)
Amethyst   Blocky bell shaped fruits mature purple green to red.
Amien   See Ampuis.
Amiga
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(Capsicum annuum)
Amish Pimento   A flattened five inch wide ribbed pepper that is sweet and has very mild heat.
Ammazzo
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From Italy. Medium heat. 0.5 inches long. Also known as Joe's Round? (Capsicum annuum)
Amoremio
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(Capsicum annuum)
Ampuis
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A rare French variety with small, rounded, lantern-shaped peppers that are crisp and mild. (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim
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The green Anaheim chile is a variety which was cultivated as far back as 1900, for canning, in a factory in Anaheim, California. Also known as California Chile and Chile Verde. Developed from Pasillas in New Mexico, it was the ninth version, which was the ideal size for canning - a very precise 15 cm long by 4 cm wide and with minimal heat level. With its modest heat level it is widely used for all purposes. Heat level 2. 1,000 to 10,000 Scoville heat units. Prolific bearers of long, thin, 2-celled fruits. May be used green or red - hotter when red. Red chiles are left on the bush until turning leathery, then dried in the sun to later be ground into powder and sold as Chile Colorado. 78 days. Susceptible to Serrano golden mosaic bigeminivirus. Plant grows with s slightly spreading habit. (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim Chili Hot   Large green hot pepper, turning red when mature.
Anaheim College 64   74 days. 6 - 8-inch long, thick-walled, conical green fruit that is only moderately hot. (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim F-6   A Numex variety from France. (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim M   Pendant shaped pepper, 7 inches long, maturing from green to red. Warm heat but milder than normal Anaheim. Prolific. Plant grows to 24 inches. Heat level 2.5 (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim Mild   (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim Red   Ripe form of green Anaheim pepper. Also known as Chile Colorado or Long Red Chile.
Anaheim Sonora    
Anaheim TMR
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Pendant shaped pepper maturing from green to bright scarlet. Mild heat. Peppers 6-7 inches long and 1 inch in diameter. Also know as the 'New Mexican Chile'. (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim TMR 23

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75 days. Dark green 7 inch by 1.75 inch tapered pepper on a tall plant. TMV tolerant. (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim TMR 24   (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho

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Generic name. Pods to 7.5 cm long by 5 cm wide. It ripens to a deep red colour and has an aromatic fruity taste. Ancho means 'wide', its flat heart shape creating one of the largest chiles. Heat level is 4. 1,000 to 1,500 Scoville units. Only in its fresh green state is the Ancho referred to as a Poblano. Plant is multiple-stemmed and fairly compact, growing to about 25 inches. The corollas are white are appear at every node on the stems. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho 101
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A variety of Ancho. A heart-shaped pendant pepper growing to 4 inches long. Matures from dark green/black to reddish-brown. Heat level less than 1. Matures in 80 days. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho 211 F1
© Johnny's Selected Seeds
An Ancho/Poblano Type that grows to 4 to 5 inches long by 2 to 2.5 inches wide with medium thick flesh. Pods mature from dark green to red. This is a hotter Ancho variety. Usually called "Poblano" when fresh and "Ancho" when dried. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Arriero
© Harris Moran
Medium to large pods, ripening to dark green. Resistant to Potato virus Y. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Chino   Smaller and more wrinkled than the larger, related Ancho. 10-15 cm long by 7.5 cm wide. It is very dark brown, almost black, in colour, and has an aromatic fruity taste. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Del Sol    
Ancho Giant
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(Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Gigantia F1   Large fruited variety of Capsicum annuum. 80 days. Dark green with slightly thicker walls than normal Ancho. Better in warmer climates than normal Ancho. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Granada F1   A mild Ancho/Poblano pepper growing 4 to 6 inches long by 2 to 2.5 inches wide. Pods have medium thick flesh that matures from medium green to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Grande F1   Pods 4 to 6 inches long by 2.5 to 3 inches wide. An Ancho/Poblano type that matures from green to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho L   Mild pod growing to 5 inches long by 2.5 inches wide, tapering to a blunt point. Dark green maturing to almost a brown colour. Slightly longer and milder than Ancho 101. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Large Mexican
© Redwood City Seed Company
A mild Ancho/Poblano pepper growing 4 to 5 inches long by 2 to 3 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from dark green to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Magnifico   70 days. These fruit are thick-walled, turn from green to bright red, and possess a classic Poblano flavour. Plants produce high yields of 4 1/2-6 1/2 inch long peppers.
Ancho Mulato
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Smokier flavour than normal Ancho. Grows to 5 inches long and 2 inches wide. 130 days. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Poblano

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Poblano Chile when fresh or Ancho Chile when dried. These glossy, flattened chiles are a dark shiny green ripening to reddish brown and usable at either stage. They are 100 to 125 mm long and distinctively heart shaped. Poblanos are a relatively mild variety with an aromatic flavour. Plants grow to 750mm with  fruits borne like pendants from the upright branches. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Ranchero F1

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A mild Ancho/Poblano hybrid pepper growing 4 to 6 inches long by 2.5 to 3.5 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from dark green to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Real F1
© Harris Moran
Glossy dark green fruits with flat conical shape that are mainly 2-lobed. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Rojo F1   A mild Ancho/Poblano hybrid pepper growing 4 to 6 inches long by 2 to 3 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from dark green to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho San Luis

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Medium hot with dark green peppers that dry to a red colour. Grows as a bushy plant. A medium-sized pepper, with heart-shaped fruit about 3 inches wide and 6 inches long. A rich-tasting fruit approximately 75 days from transplanting (or about 90 days to red-ripe). Heat rating 1,500 SHU. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho San Martin
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A mild Ancho/Poblano pepper growing 4 to 6 inches long by 2.5 to 3.5 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from dark green to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Super F1   A mild Ancho/Poblano hybrid pepper growing 5 to 7 inches long by 2.5 to 3.5 inches wide with medium thick flesh that matures from dark green to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Sweet F1   Hybrid sweet pepper. 4.5 inches long by 1.5 inches wide. Dark green pods with thin walls. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancho Villa F1   Hybrid mild pepper. Grows to 7 inches long by 2.5 inches wide. Less pointed pods than other Ancho varieties. (Capsicum annuum)
Ancient Sweet

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Non-pungent ancient variety. (Capsicum annuum)
Anda
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(Capsicum annuum)
Ander's Antillerna    
Andor   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Andra    See Guntur.
Andrea   A paprika type bell pepper from eastern Europe. A semi-blocky sweet pod growing to 4 inches long by 3 inches wide. (Capsicum annuum)
Andy F1
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A slender, smooth cayenne type pepper from Johnny's seeds. A medium sized plant with 3/4" wide and 7-8" long pods which mature to green in 60 days and red in 85 days. (Capsicum annuum)
Angel   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Angela
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(Capsicum annuum)
Angelo's Gold Narrow    
Angelo's Gold Thick    
Angkor Sunrise   Hot. 1 inch long. From Cambodia. Mature from light yellow to red. A Tabasco type. (Capsicum frutescens)
Anita
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(Capsicum annuum)
Anniversario
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(Capsicum annuum)
Ano Todo (PI 497971)   (Capsicum annuum)
Antares F1   Sweet pepper. 3-4 lobes. Red when ripe. TMV and PVY resistant.
Antilla Caribbean   The Antilla Caribbean is a Habanero type hot pepper that reaches maturity approximately 90-100 days after transplanting. It has a square flat shape with a dented surface and a base similar to the Barney and Peter Pepper and colours from light green to light yellow and finally in to orange red. It has a length of 4-5 cm and a diameter of 4-5 cm. Each fruit weighs approximately 13g.
Antillais 14.5
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Pendent elongated wrinkled pod with pointed end growing 6 x 2.5 cm Very light green turning to vivid red. (Capsicum chinense)
Antillais Caribbean
© Technisem
Pendent elongated globular wrinkled pod growing 6 x 5 cm Very light green turning to vivid red. (Capsicum chinense)
Antillais Caribbean Habanero   This plant is native to the Southern Caribbean. It produces large, fleshy and flavoursome scotch bonnet / habanero fruits up to 4cm long, ripening to red. They are not as prolific as the Orange Habanero, but the fruits are larger. Very hot: 250,000-350,000 Scoville units. (Capsicum chinense)
Antillerna 
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(Capsicum chinense)
Antohi Romanian
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53 days to pale yellow, 78 days to red when ripe. 10 cm long and 5 cm wide tapered, pointed peppers. Romanian Heirloom pre-1920. Jan Antohi was a touring acrobat when he defected to the U.S. In late 1991 he visited his family in Romania for the first time in over 8 years and came back with seeds of this heirloom pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Anton Chico   A hot chili from Anton Chico, New Mexico
Antonio   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
AOC Piment d' Espelette Basque   The genuine Espelette pepper is grown only in 10 areas: Ainhoa, Cambo-les-Bains, Espelette, Halsou, Jatxou, itxassou, Larressore, Pée Saint-sur-Nivelle, and Souraïde Ustaritz.
Apache F1
© Chillis Galore
Hybrid dwarf chile pepper. Small, red and pointed pepper. (Capsicum annuum F1 hybrid)
Api   Small, hot, Chinese variety. (Capsicum frutescens)
Apologize
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(Capsicum annuum)
Appetitoso
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(Capsicum annuum)
Applause F1   White bell pepper. Developed by De Ruiter Seeds.
Apple
© Johnny's Selected Seeds
77 days. A sweet apple taste and a shape resembling a slightly elongated apple. The plants are medium-sized and will grow well in a variety of climates. Heat level 3-4. A Hungarian variety. (Capsicum annuum)
Apple Heart Pimento   See Apple.
Apple Hot   (Capsicum annuum)
Apple Orange   Related to the Almapaprika. Heat level 3-4. Green turning to orange when ripe. (Capsicum annuum)
Apple Red   From Hungary. (Capsicum annuum)
Apple Yellow   Heat level 3-4. Green turning to yellow when ripe. (Capsicum annuum)
Aquille   Believed to be a South African local name. Looks very similar to the Tabasco pepper and has the same heat range. The only difference is that this variety has a much higher yield. The colour, once ripe, is a deep red, as opposed to the slightly orange/red of the Tabasco. (Capsicum annuum)
Arabian Slim   From Jubail, Saudi Arabia. A smooth skinned pepper of medium heat. Can grow to 5 inches long.
Arabian Wide   A medium heat pepper resembling a skinny bell pepper.
Aramis   No info!
Arancione a Mazzetti   Red erect chiles from the island of Stromboli. Heat scale: 7. (Capsicum annuum)
Arbol   About 3 inches long, pointy peppers with scorching heat levels.
Arboretum Round Black   Pods ripen from black to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Arcobaleno
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(Capsicum annuum)
Ardei Gras   A small plant with fruit ripens yellow to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Ardei Iute   Romanian local name for Capsicum frutescens pepper. (Capsicum frutescens)
Ardente
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(Capsicum annuum)
Ardvark (GRIF 9165)   From Costa Rica. (Capsicum annuum)
Argentina   A milder version of the South American Aji. Long tapered, slightly flattened pepper that turns red when ripe.
Argentina #2   A tiny red Aji.
Argentina Hot   From Argentina. (Capsicum baccatum)
Argo F1   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Ariane   A sweet bell type pepper growing 3.5 to 4 inches long by 3 to 3.5 inches wide with thick flesh that matures from green to deep orange. (Capsicum annuum)
Ariane F1
© The Pepper Gal
Hybrid green maturing to orange bell pepper. TMV resistant. Thick walls. 70 days. Originally developed to honour the House of Orange, the Royal Family of Holland. (Capsicum annuum)
Aribibi Gusano

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The 'Caterpillar Pepper' from Bolivia. This variety delivers good yields (up to 30 peppers per plant) of 1 ½" long by ¼" wide hot peppers which have a strong citrus taste. They mature from light green to yellow cream approximately 90 days after seedlings have emerged. Heat level 9. (Capsicum frutescens x chinense)
Arikanda F1   Carliston type. Sweet pepper. Mint green, smooth flesh. Developed by De Ruiter Seeds.
Aristocrata F1   Red Lamuyo type pepper. Developed by De Ruiter Seeds.
Aristotle   Multi disease tolerant jumbo pepper that goes from dark green to red that are tolerant to BLS 1,2,3; PVY; TMV; and some tolerance to phytophthora. Fruit are anthrocyaninless. (Capsicum annuum)
Arivivi
© Fatalii's chiles
(Capsicum chacoense)
Arivivi Gusano   See Aribibi Gusano.
Arivivi Orange   From Bolivia. A small shiny orange pepper. (Capsicum chinense)
Arizona Red   Pods ripen from black to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Arka Gauray (GRIF 15765)   An Indian bell pepper variety. (Capsicum annuum)
Arka Lohit (GRIF15608)   An Indian Cayenne type pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Arlecchino
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(Capsicum annuum)
Arledge Heirloom   Hot. 2-3 inches long by 1 to 1.5 inches wide. Thick flesh that matures from green to orange to red. From Louisiana, USA. (Capsicum annuum)
Arledge Hot   A sweet pepper introduced by John Bill in 2000. The 2" to 3" upright pods mature from green to orange and then to red, approximately 80 days after transplanting. (Capsicum annuum)
Arledge Louisiana Hot   Peppers are up to 10 cm long and initially green in colour, turn red as they ripen.  From Louisiana, USA. (Capsicum annuum)
Armando Sweet   Heat level 3. Large pepper.
Arnautka   From Macedonia. (Capsicum annuum)
Arpad

© Fatalii's chiles

Very heavy pods with thick flesh. (Capsicum annuum)
Arriba a Saia
© Fatalii's chiles
(Capsicum chinense)
Arrivivi 1 (PI 260431)   From Bolivia. (Capsicum chacoense)
Arrivivi 2 (PI 260437)   From Bolivia. (Capsicum chacoense)
Arrivivi Gusano   A rare Bolivian chile pepper. Pale white in colour with a crinkly surface. Very hot with a citrus taste.
Arrivivi Orange   A small shiny orange pepper. 
Aruba   A thin-skinned, thin-walled pepper.
Aruba F1
© Totally Tomatoes
A lime green Cubanelle hybrid pepper that produces reasonable fruit sizes even when making large size peppers is difficult. Under normal conditions, Aruba's elongated fruit average 7.5 inches in length. 64 days. 3 lobes. (Capsicum annuum)
Asao Fang Tsiao   (Capsicum annuum)
Asian Best   These are 6" red tapered, pendulous fruits growing on a 2ft tall bushy plants. (Capsicum annuum)
Asimi   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Assam   Very thin-walled Indian pepper. 3cm long by 0.5 cm wide. Matures from green to red. Heat level 9.5 (Capsicum annuum)
Assam Bhut Jolokia   Developed by Frontal Agritech in Assam, India had their locally grown Bhut Jolokia chiles HPLC-tested and reported a value of 1,041,427 Scoville Heat Units, giving two independent results for Bhut Jolokia with no significant variation between them. (Capsicum chinense Jacq)
Assou   (Capsicum annuum)
Asti Gialli   Italian yellow/green pepper that ripens later than usual. (Capsicum annuum)
Astradanskij   From Russia. (Capsicum annuum)
Astro   Green maturing to yellow bell pepper.
AT Hunziker   See Chaco.
Ata Barukono   From Nigeria. (Capsicum chinense)
Ata Ijosi   Nigerian bird pepper from the Jos area. Suitable for growing in containers. (Capsicum frutescens)
Atarodo (C05599)   A campanulate variety from Niger. A 1 1/2ft tall x 2 1/2ft wide sprawling plant produces 1 1/2 in by 1in wrinkled red fruits which have a strong smokey, tropical fruit aroma but no heat. (Capsicum chinense)
Athena F1
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A med-maturity, vigorous plants about 80cm in height with long square fruit that weighs about 200-300g, is 12cm in length and 8-10cm in diameter with thick walls that are smooth and uniform.
Atlantic   Green maturing to yellow bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Atlas   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Atol   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Atomic Heart   The pods have a distinct heart shape with smooth glossy red skin at maturity, without an overpowering heat. An ideal variety for making fresh salsas. (Capsicum annuum)
Atomic Starfish   A unique bright red starfish shape. It's from Brazil.
Atomic Top End   This variety comes from Darwin in Australia and was developed by Atomic Chillis. This plant can produce up to 60 small erect growing fiery pods per plant. The pods mature from a very pale yellowy green to an orangey red. (Capsicum annuum)
Atris F1
© Totally Tomatoes
Sweet Bullhorn type pepper with long 19-22 cm smooth pods with thick wall maturing to red. (Capsicum annuum)
Augusta   Bell pepper. (Capsicum annuum)
Aurora
© Chillis Galore
A Pequin/Piquin type pepper. Purple peppers turning reddish-bronze in colour. Grows up to 20 cm. Very hot. usually sold as an ornamental variety. (Capsicum annuum)
Aussie Black   This is a rare Australian hybrid ornamental. The fruit grows upright and can be both black and sometimes green eventually turning red. (Capsicum annuum)
Australian Lantern   A very hot pepper 0.75 to 1 inches long by 0.5 to 0.625 inches wide with medium thin flesh that matures from green to orange diamond-shaped pods. (Capsicum chinense)
Australian Lantern Red   A very hot pepper 0.75 to 1 inches long by 0.5 to 0.75 inches wide with medium thin flesh that matures from green to orange to red pods. (Capsicum chinense)
Autlan   (Capsicum annuum)
Autopick   A labour saving salsa pepper from Territorial Seeds that combines a rich, hot flavour with the ability to leave the stem on the plant when harvested. The 2 1/2 foot tall plant produce dozens of 3" to 4" conical shaped peppers that mature red. (Capsicum annuum)
Avalon Button   A sweet pepper introduced by R.D. Pearce 1945(Capsicum annuum)
Avelar (PI 410407)   From Brazil. (Capsicum annuum)
Avenir
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Pendent elongated globular wrinkled pod growing 7 x 6 cm Very light green turning to vivid red. (Capsicum chinense)
Ayuyu   From Peru. This variety produces 1" by 0.75" rounded top-shaped peppers which mature from green to red. (Capsicum baccatum)
Azerbajan
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(Capsicum annuum)
Azr   Hot. From India. 5 cm long by 1.5 cm wide. Matures from green to red. Heat level 5-7. (Capsicum annuum)