I'm pleased to say that within a few days of my ordering the Scotch bonnet and serrano seed, I got them in the mail. I live in northern Vermont, where the growing season is short. So I start seedlings in peat pods in the house about the middle or the end of February. In late May or June, they're ready to be transplanted to my garden. I can't wait! I happen to love Scotch bonnet peppers (good for marinating jerk beef or pork for the outdoor grill in the summer) and serranos (great for my "from scratch" chili and for Indian curries). I also thank you for the free extra packet of mystery hot chili seed, and for those weird chili decal stickers! I've been telling my friends about your website.
If you toss a couple of Scotch Bonnet Peppers in Jerk Chicken Seasoning, you get a perfect blend og heat and seasoning.
Seeds are clearly identified as what varieties are in the package(s). They are also very well packaged. I haven't started germinating them yet as it's a little too early to start them indoors in my region due to the frost date for my region isn't until the last days of March. I'll have to do a proper review of them once I have them producing peppers.
I found all the hot pepper seed varieties I wanted. They were fairly priced and delivered quickly. I won’t be able to say more until I see how well they germinate and eventually produce peppers. Thank you
My seeds arrived very fast. I planted them in potting soil And all the yellow seeds sprouted.and only 2 reds and orange sprouted. Then they were invaded by insects. I tried soapy water and it seemed to help. Plus it has been extremely hot in Florida.And I had to keep them out of direct sun light. I think my largest problem was i used those cardboard type planters. And I think I may have got some type of fungus. I cant blame it on the seeds. I'll just chalk it up as a learning experience ! I'll try again, I just ordered some more seeds.