Herbs & Vegetables

Pepper Ancho

Dark green, heart-shaped pepper, 3" by 4" nearly black fruits are called poblano when fresh and green, and ancho when it turns red and is dried. A standard Mexican/Southwest variety... Read more

Pepper Barker

Native to New Mexico. Ripens red and has a pungent heat that makes it still the most popular heirloom pepper of New Mexico, and perhaps the hottest. Pods are 5... Read more

Pepper Bhut Jolakia

Also known as Naga Jolokia, Ghost pepper or ghost chili. Bhut Jolakia is considered the hottest chile pepper in the world. Ripe peppers measure 2” to 3” long and 1”... Read more

Pepper Big Jim

Developed by the New MexicoStateUniversity. Plant produces heavy yields of 12" long by 2 ¾" wide hot peppers. Peppers are mildly hot and turn from green to red when mature.... Read more

Pepper Big Red

A large, sweet bell pepper variety with thick flesh. This variety produces heavy yields of 3-4 lobed, blocky 4” peppers that turn from green to red when mature. They are... Read more

Pepper Cayenne

Very hot tapered fruit with a twisted shape. The plant usually stands about 3’ tall and 2’ wide at maturity, making them ideal for containers or fence row planting. Great... Read more

Pepper Habenero

Native to the Yucatan, 1" by 1-1/2" lantern shaped pods, with thin, wrinkled, light green flesh, ripen to a golden-orange. Plants grow 36" tall.  Habenero peppers are among the hottest... Read more

Pepper Hungarian

The fruits are 6” by 1 ½” tapered, yellow turning to red and waxy. Harvest yellow for mild flavor and red for heat. Great for making pickled peppers and good... Read more

Pepper Jalapeno

Probably the best known, old time favorite hot pepper. Plants will grow 3’ high with 3” long pods that are excellent for cooking or eating fresh. Read more

Pepper Joe Parker

A Southwestern-style traditional Anaheim chili pepper. Usually harvested green and used for stuffing, grilling, roasting, or processing. Peppers average 8" long and have a thick, crisp flesh with mild heat... Read more

Pepper Pasilla

The elongated, cylindrical pods measure 6 to 8 inches long and an inch wide. Delicious either fresh or dried, at the immature stage the beautiful fruits are a remarkable, glossy,... Read more

Pepper Sandia

Native to New Mexico Sandia pods average 6.64 inches in length and 1.58 inches in width. Pods have a pointed shape, with a slightly roughened surface, and are slightly flattened.... Read more

Pepper Sante Fe Grande

These peppers can vary from hot to very hot in desert climates. Large yield is produced on compact upright plants that average 24” in height. Peppers yellow then turn orange... Read more

Pepper Serrano

Serrano’s grow to about 1”to 4” long and do not dry very well due to the fact Serrano’s are very meaty. They come in red, brown, orange, and yellow depending... Read more

Pepper Sonora

Plant produces high yields of 12" long by 1 ½" wide hot peppers. Peppers are mildly hot and turn from dark green to red when mature. Pepper has a thick... Read more


Leafy green vegetable that grows best in cool weather. All spinach is grown for its dark green leaves. While there are many different spinach varieties with an assortment of leaf... Read more

Swiss Chard

Tangy, colorful leaves and stems are an excellent cooked vegetable for summer and a tremendous source of vitamins. Tolerant of hot weather and extremely easy to grow. Chard is a... Read more

Tomato Beef Steak

Red large, Meaty fruit up to 2 pounds. Old fashion flavor great for sandwiches and fresh salads. Beef Steak is "Indeterminate" Meaning it is a climbing type plant and needs extra... Read more

Tomato Better Boy

One of the most common tomato plants. Smooth red 16 oz fruits with excellent flavor are great for slicing and fresh salads. Better Boy is "Indeterminate" meaning that it is... Read more

Tomato Brandywine

Amish Heirloom, pink large fruit that can be over 1 pound. Known for its exceptional sweet flavor. Brandywine is “Indeterminate” meaning it is a climbing type plant and needs extra... Read more