Peter Pepper. 90 days. Grown as much for its unusual appearance as for its culinary value. Pods are 4-6 inches long, thin walled and moderately hot. They make interesting additions to mixed pickle and are very good dried for chili powder. Plants grow 20-30 inches tall. (not available this season)
Mucho Nacho Hybrid. 70 days. Jumbo jalapeno that is bigger, fatter and a bit hotter. Very vigorous plants produce lots of 4 inch fruits. Usually used green, but ripens to red at maturity. This one sets fruit a week earlier than other Jalapenos.
Aji Dulce #2. 85-90 days. Looks just like a Habanero, but only has the tiniest bit of heat. This is a tropical pepper with the aromatic essence and flavor that you need for a tropical salsa or marinade. It is citrus-y and tangy. I added some to a pineapple/orange marmalade this summer that was really good.
Medusa. Ornamental Pepper. Narrow, twisted, 2 1/2 inch long peppers stand upright above small plants, in a stunning display of color-ivory to yellow, orange, and bright red. Plants grow only 6 to 8 inches tall. Medusa is wonderful for planting in landscape borders as well as for growing in small containers. Non-pungent .
We also have this season
Habanero : the classic hot hot hot of the tropics.