Redwood City Seed Company - Catalog Supplement - 2016

BRAZILIAN PEPPER SEEDS.

Our Catalog Supplement lists seeds not in our printed catalog, usually very rare or in quantities are too small to be listed in the catalog. Pictures and text are Copyright © 2016 by Craig Dremann, all rights reserved including the web. EACH PACKET contains 100 seeds.

Redwood City Seed Co., Box 361, Redwood City, California 94064 USA - Craig Dremann co-owner.

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USA, Canada or Mexico customers: Please add $5 for the first packet, and 10 cents for each additional packet for postage, except collections, where postage is included in the price. Punces please add $5 for the first ounce and $1 for each additional ounce. California customers, no sales tax. (HS) = Craig Dremann's Hotness Scale™, none of these varieties have been tested, but general heat levels are indicated for most.

BRAZIL PEPPERS-("Pimenta") All packets are 100 seeds each. Postage is extra. No California sales tax. The Brazilians for the proper cultivation of their peppers, suggest weekly fertilizing during the growing season and biweekly feeding during flowering and fruiting.
Amarela comprida
Biquinho Biquinho Bode
Amarela Comprida...Biquinho Amarela...Biquinho Red...Bode Amarela

--Amarela Comprida (Long Hot Yellow) (C. annuum) Banana-type hot yellow fruit 1.5" wide and 4 inches long. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz $35
--Biquinho Amarela (Yellow Beak) (C. chinense) Tear-drop sweet habanero-type shaped fruit 1" long and 1/2"wide, producing hundreds of fruit per plant, considered a gourmet pepper in Brazil. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Biquinho Red (Red beak) (C. chinense) Red radish-shaped sweet Habanero-type fruit with a tail 1" long and 1/2" across, producing hundreds of peppers per plant. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Bode Amarela (Yellow Goat) (C. chinense) Round very hot yellow fruit 1/2" across on short plants 1-2 feet tall, used for a variety of dishes with medium to very hot flavor. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35

Bode Bishops cap Cumari Dedo de Moca

Bode Red........Cambuci........Cumari do Para.....Dedo de Moca

--Bode Red (C. chinense) Red Goat. Very spicy red cherry-shaped fruit 1/2" across, with short plants 1-2 feet tall, used in a variety of dishes and pickled. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Cambuci (Chapeu de Bispo) (C. baccatum) Bishops Cap. Unusual shaped mildly-hot fruit 1" tall and 2" across, plants normally grow as a vigorous shrub to 6 feet. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Cumari do Para (C. chinense) Bush pepper from Para State. Bullet-shaped yellow fruit 1" long and 1/2" wide, originated in the Amazon and very hot. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Dedo de Moca (Lady's finger) (C. annuum) Red 2" long and 0.3" across, one of the original cayenne-types very common in Brazil dishes, medium-hot and plants grow to 12 feet tall. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
Habanero Jamaican Yellow Malagueta
Hab.Brazil orange..Jamaican Yellow......Malagueta

--Habanero Brazil Orange
(C. chinense) Usual-shaped habanero orange fruit. PKT. $5, 1/2 oz. $35
--Habanero Caribbean Yellow (C. chinense) Yellow habanero shaped fruit from Brazil, very spicy. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Jamaican Yellow (C.annuum) Also called Mushroon Yellow. Triangular yellow fruit 1" tall and 1.5" across, very hot, very fruity. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Malagueta ("Pepper" in Portuguese) (C. frutescens) Red 1.5" long and 0.3" across, the "National" pepper of Brazil, a smaller-fruited form of the Tabasco, plants grow to 12 feet tall. There is a smaller-fruited form called "Malaguetinha " PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
Mupuri Peito de Moca Pianzinho
Murupi Great..................Peito de Moca..........Piaozinho

--Murupi Great (C. chinense) There are several different Murupi peppers in Brazil, and this one has unusual wrinkled red fruit 4" long and 0.6" wide, could be the original parent of the Bhut Jolokia, with a very high heat level. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$50
--Peito de Moca (Lady's-Breast) (C. baccatum) Red, breast-shaped fruit with a nipple, 1" long and 0.6" across. Plants remain small, so can be grown in pots. PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Piaozinho (C. chinense) Spinning top-guy. Originating from northern Brazil, medium-hot red top-shaped peppers 1" long and 0.6" across, plants grow to four feet or more, pickled, made into sauce, or used fresh for chicken dishes like Xinxim and fish PKT. $5, 1/2 Oz.$35
--Tabasco (C. frutescens) Classic 1.2" long and 0.3" wide fruit, usually picked when red-ripe in Brazil, whereas the Southern USA picks and pickles the fruit green, or the red-ripe fruit is used to make hot sauce like the famous "Tabasco"® brand. PKT. $3.50, 1/2 Oz.$35

--BRAZIL PEPPER SEED COLLECTION. One packet of all 16 peppers. $80


Updated March 12, 2016