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Shishito peppers have become an extremely popular finger-food of late because of their tasty flavor and rich health benefits. Shishito peppers are packed with vitamins and antioxidants, and they have a very low heat level. Shishito peppers start off green and mature to red, although they are commonly harvested when they're still green. Native to Japan, Shishito peppers have thin skin and a slightly pleated appearance.
Posted by Walter S. on 17th May 2018
Very happy with my purchase from Tyler Farms! I got a discount because I ordered over $25 worth of seeds. Make sure you use the coupon code if you order a lot of seeds!
Posted by jack on 17th May 2018
I found these guys through their pictures on Instagram and decided to put in an order. I am fairly new to peppers so I didn’t know what to expect but my seeds are thriving after only a month or so being planted.
Posted by ricardo on 11th May 2018
healthy, not very spicy, and delicious flavor make this the best pepper for the average pepper fan. not to mention the plants are loaded with peppers. grow your own shishito peppers and you will be happy for along time.
Posted by Ben Lowell on 18th Apr 2018
Thanks so much for the seeds. I cannot wait to grow my shishito peppers and roast them this fall.
I got a very high germ. rate.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Mar 2018
These peppers are the best. Some are medium heat, but most are mildly delicious.
Posted by Brenda on 10th Nov 2017
I gave these seeds as a gift to my granddaughter and she has planted them with great success already. She always orders the roasted Shishito peppers when we go out to eat so I thought I'd get her seeds so she can grow them all the time. She said they were really easy to grow. Thank you Tyler Farms. Maybe I'll order more "gifts" from you in the future. ;)
Posted by Ryan, Head Chef at Pam's Kitchen on 1st Aug 2017
We've been ordering our seeds from Tyler Farms for several years now and have never been disappointed. The seeds are fresh upon arrival and we've never had problems germinating them. The pepper plants we grow from these seeds produce the fresh Shishito peppers that wind up on our menu.