Free Pepper Seeds!

PEPPERMEISTER’S 2012-13 Chile Seed Giveaway!

It’s time to give away some seeds. 

I had some great harvests this past season and I’m looking to spread some seeds around to you.  All seeds were harvested by me in a non isolated container garden.  I have had great results from my harvested seeds in the past.  Read below for instructions.

Thousands of seeds.

All you need to do to get free seeds is….

  • Email me with 2 varieties from the list below that you would like to grow.
  • thepeppermeister@yahoo.com
  • I will then let you know if they are available and send you my mailing address.
  • You send me a self addressed stamped bubble envelope (email me for instructions).
  • I send you free PEPPERMEISTER seeds. (most packs have 20+ seeds)

The varieties of seeds that I have available will change often since I will run out of some and add more as I harvest and dry more seed varieties.  Check back here for updates and seed availabilities.  Yes, you are welcome to share some seeds with me as well.

Here’s what i have available now(Updated 2-9-13)

  1. Cyklon Paprika
  2. Suryankhi Cluster
  3. Limon
  4. Hanoi Red
  5. Jamaican Gold
  6. Aji Cristal
  7. Beni Highlands
  8. Hinkle Hatz
  9. Jamaican Hot Chocolate
  10. Sigaretta Di Bergamo
  11. Wenk’s Yellow Hot
  12. Lombak (Indian Pepper)
  13. Thai Giant
  14. Organic Jalapeno
  15. B.A. Cayenne
  16. Thai Hot (Bird’s Eye)
  17. Serrano
  18. Big Jim
  19. Cobra

 

Hinkle Hatz: Amish Heirloom Pepper

For information on getting started with chile gardening, check out my new HOW TO GROW PEPPERS page.

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3 thoughts on “Free Pepper Seeds!”

  1. Hi Peppermeister. Are you still giving away free seeds? The last update here is 2013. I am looking for a mix of peppers to make hot sauce. I was looking for the de Arbol. Anyway, let me know. I live in north central Texas and have limited space. Maybe you could pick something for me. 🙂

    • Hi Diane, I’m no longer giving away seeds but I can recommend a quality site to get seeds and pepper plants. Chileplants.com specializes in chile pepper plants (they’ll ship them right to you) and I believe you can get seeds as well. Seedsavers.org is A wonderful site for heirloom seeds. As for making sauce, the Arbol has a great flavor, Much better than Tabasco or cayenne peppers. They will work great for a pure arbol sauce or vinegar based sauce but you want to find a pepper with more “meat” on it if your looking to make a thicker sauce like sriracha or Valentina. Good luck!

  2. Thank you so much for the advice and recommendations.

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