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Aji Pepper Seeds Collection

Aji Pepper Seeds Collection

Regular price $ 24.99
Regular price $ 29.94 Sale price $ 24.99
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2 total reviews


Grow six of the prettiest, most flavorful Aji pepper varieties, and get a bang for your buck with our Aji Seed Collection! The Aji pepper is generally known as the Peruvian hot pepper where “Aji” is the common name for chili pepper in South America and areas of the Caribbean.

The Aji Seed Collection has three favorable characteristics: heat, flavor, and great productivity rates, and they’re never shy to show their true colors. The plants will explode with chili peppers that you’ll never run out of them and you’ll be happy to know that these varieties are easy to grow. Liven up your cooking and incorporate some Aji chilis into your hot sauces, marinades, meat, seafood, poultry, pasta, and even Peruvian cuisine for amazing bursts of unique flavors! 

The collection includes:

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Shipping & Returns:

Free shipping on orders of $35 or more (excludes cheese, hot houses, and Canada orders). We ship to US and Canada addresses only. If you order by 11 am (Central Time, Monday-Friday), your order will ship the same day. For more information, please visit our Shipping & Returns page.

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If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with your order, please contact us. If you’re not happy, we’re not happy and we’ll work to make it right.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Loooking Forward to the Different Varieties

I got some Aji Amarillo seeds from a friend who knew a guy who went to Peru and brought back some seeds. I grew about 7 plants and was overwhelmed! High production and great flavor with just enough heat to let you know! ;-)
Searching around I saw Joe's Aji mix pack and jumped right on it!
If these other varieties are as tasty and high production as Aji Amarillo, look out! ;-)

Greg Johnson
Great idea

Aji peppers are the best peppers that almost no one in the U.S. seems to know about, and creating a “family pack” of them is a great idea.