Aji` Guyana Pepper Seeds

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Aji` Guyana is a rare variety of pepper from South America. It has a medium heat. It's perfect for cooking, canning or drying to a nice powder. It can be used season fish, vegetables or chicken. It has a sweet, tangy, citrus flavor. A beautiful plant that will be loaded with long 5 inch pods, and delicate leaves and branches. This plant will require a little staking. A great container plant. One of my favorites to grow, it will produce continually throughout the season.

  • Open Pollinated
  • Organically Grown
  • Heat level:5,000 - 15,000 SHU
  • Seed per Packet: 10+ seeds

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Sturdy Performers!

So the first thing to say about these peppers is they almost all germinated. In fact, they may have brought friends while I wasn't looking because I didn't recall planting quite that many. They were some of the fastest, strongest, tallest seedlings I grew this year, blossoming even in their pots before I could plant them out!

And then came this gardening year. The kind that makes you want to give up gardening altogether and take up something less risky like stamp collecting. The wetness and warmth had disease and rogue insects stomping through our plot like a high school marching band, and what they didn't get, the rabbits did.

So...anything that stood its ground and produced impressed me greatly! These little guys withstood the challenge. I will happily plant them again!

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robb parker
seeds

got them quick will plant them next spring or try planting them hydroponicly

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Angela Land
Shipping super fast!

I can't wait to grow these peppers.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
100%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
A.M.
Sturdy Performers!

So the first thing to say about these peppers is they almost all germinated. In fact, they may have brought friends while I wasn't looking because I didn't recall planting quite that many. They were some of the fastest, strongest, tallest seedlings I grew this year, blossoming even in their pots before I could plant them out!

And then came this gardening year. The kind that makes you want to give up gardening altogether and take up something less risky like stamp collecting. The wetness and warmth had disease and rogue insects stomping through our plot like a high school marching band, and what they didn't get, the rabbits did.

So...anything that stood its ground and produced impressed me greatly! These little guys withstood the challenge. I will happily plant them again!

r
robb parker
seeds

got them quick will plant them next spring or try planting them hydroponicly

A
Angela Land
Shipping super fast!

I can't wait to grow these peppers.