• Small Red Chili Pepper

    Small Red Chili Pepper

    Small Red Chili Peppers reach up to 5″. Hot pepper contains about 30,000 Scoville heat units. Produces a large harvest of peppers that ripens in 80 days and is suitable for use in sauces, dried or pickled.Historically, it has been proven that hot peppers were discovered by Christopher Columbus during his travels. After that, he established himself in European cuisine and is still very...
  • Pasilla Bajio Pepper

    Pasilla Bajio Pepper

    The Mexican Pasilla Bajio Hot Pepper gained its popularity thanks to the famous dish of moles. This pepper is often dried and used in dishes and seasonings. The pepper is not too hot but very aromatic - from 1000 to 2000 Scoville thermal units. Peppers are used dried for hot sauces and condiments, which makes them taste unforgettable! How to Grow Pasilla Bajio Hot Pepper...
  • Santa Fe Grande Pepper

    Santa Fe Grande Pepper

    The yellow Santa Fe Grande Pepper ripens in 78 days, changing color from yellow to orange and after red! Its hot taste is 5000 Scoville units!Popular in the Southwestern United States, the Santa Fe Grande hot pepper was introduced to gardeners by Peto Seeds in 1965.The variety is resistant to the tobacco mosaic virus. How to Grow Santa Fe Grande Pepper: Sowing: Start Santa Fe...
  • Fresno Chili Pepper

    Fresno Chili Pepper

    Pepper is the perfect plant for your garden!Its vast number of varieties, various shapes, tastes, and colors cannot leave you indifferent!Peppers can be grown in pots, containers, and greenhouses. Some varieties can overwinter in warm regions, developing into bushy, vibrant, and well-tended patio plants. How to Grow Fresno Chili Pepper : Sowing: Grow Fresno Chili Pepper seeds indoors about 8 weeks before the last expected spring...
  • Fire Cracker Pepper

    Fire Cracker Pepper

    The Flamboyant Chilli Pepper Firecracker is a pot or container chili variety. They grow to about 9-10 cm in length and have a Scoville rating of up to 50,000. How to Grow Fire Cracker Pepper: Sowing: Plant your seeds from mid-February to mid-July in sterile compost trays. Sow the seeds on the surface and sprinkle them in a shallow mound (3 mm) soil. Keep the...
  • Caloro Pepper

    Caloro Pepper

    The bushes of the hot Caloro Pepper variety reach 24-36″, have green stems and foliage, and bloom with white flowers. The pepper ripens and is ready to use in 85 days. Plant seeds indoors 1/4″ deep and transplant them in the sun in the spring. Peppers are widely used fresh and pickled. How to Grow Caloro Pepper: Sowing: Grow Caloro Pepper seeds internally about 8...
  • Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper

    Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper

    Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper The Hungarian Wax is a hybrid of banana peppers and hot chili peppers. Medium-pungent bright yellow peppers grow to 5 inches in length and turn red. These waxy fruits taper towards the end. The bushes grow to 24 inches tall and bear fruit well in short-season conditions. Early peppers are suitable for any purpose and grow in your garden. 2000...
  • Big Jim Hot Pepper

    Big Jim Hot Pepper

    Big Jim Pepper The Big Jim Pepper is a new longest New Mexico chili, a variety of Capsicum annuum with a mild Scoville rating. The size reaches 10″, smooth and thin, slightly hot chili peppers ripen from light green to bright red. The variety was bred in New Mexico, where it is now prevalent in Mexican cuisine. How to grow Big Jim Pepper from seeds: Sowing: Plant...
  • Hot Red Cherry Pepper

    Hot Red Cherry Pepper

    Hot Red Cherry Pepper The peppers are about 1.5″ in diameter and change color depending on ripeness from green to red in 75 days.Christopher Columbus discovered hot pepper during his travels, as a result, it has established itself in European cuisine, and now it is prevalent in Italy. Initially, chefs began using hot peppers to flavor their food due to the high cost of...
  • Serrano Hot Pepper

    Serrano Hot Pepper

    Serrano Pepper Serrano is a hot pepper, without which one cannot imagine spicy salsa, sauces, and Mexican dishes. It resembles a jalapeno in shape but is only 1.5″ long, reaching maturity in 80 days. The peppers are glossy, medium-thin-walled, and turn orange-red when ripe.The green Serrano pepper, native to the mountains of the Mexican states of Puebla and Hidalgo, gets its nаme from the...
  • Cayenne Pepper

    Cayenne Pepper

    Cayenne Pepper Very sharp, thin-walled, curled, pointed fruit, 6 inches long. Young, dark green peppers turn bright red after about 70 days when they reach maturity. Even at 1 inch in length, these peppers have a pungent taste.Cayenne pepper was found growing on a bush near the city of Cayenne in French Guiana, South America. Records show that this pepper was discovered by Christopher...
  • Habanero Pepper

    Habanero Pepper

    Habanero Pepper Habanero is the hottest pepper, about 40 times hotter than jalapenos! The peppers are approximately 1 "x 2" in size and turn green to red as they ripen. They are used to prepare dry pepper powder, oil extract, or hot sauces. Open-pollinated peppers take 95 days to mature.The most significant number of Habanero peppers is now grown in Yucatan, Mexico. The Habanero...
  • Jalapeno Pepper

    Jalapeno Pepper

    Jalapeno Pepper Jalapeno pepper is very popular in Mexican and American cuisine. Plants grow up to 30 inches tall and bear fruit over a long period of time, making them an excellent choice for a home garden! They mature in 75 days, with an average pepper size of 3.5 x 1.5″. The pepper was named after its native Mexican city of Jalapa, Veracruz. Since...
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