Pepper Plants – Hot & Spicy
Hot Pepper plants in 4″ Root-maker pots. Lots of root tips, ready to explode and GROW! Plants will be ready May 7. Protect from frost.
Anaheim: Large, thick-walled fruits, suitable for stuffing and frying.
Ancho/Poblano: Known as a poblano when green, as an ancho when dried. Easy to stuff for chili rellenos.
Cayenne: Tremendous flavor on first bite, with warm heat that lingers. Thick enough for a bit of crunch when eaten fresh, but thin enough to dry easily.
Garden Salsa: Medium hot, perfect for Mexican salsas. Fruits are 8″ long by 1″ across. Usually picked green for salsa, ripening to red.
Hot Banana: Spicy, fairly hot. Matures from light yellow to bright red. Ever-bearing. Open pollinated.
Jalapeno: High yielding. Large fruits are slow to check (small cracks in skin). A long harvest season.
Serrano: The dark green fruits are traditionally eaten green but also make fine chipolatas if allowed to ripen to red. High-yielding.
Sugar Rush Peach: NEW. Amazing Sugar-Sweet Flavor and Some Fire Too! A sumptuous snacking pepper. The long, peach colored fruits are packed with loads of super sweet, tropical flavor, and the seeds bring a smokey, complex heat that when used together, creates a wild flavor experience. Super early, high yields of exquisite, sweet hot peppers. Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.
|Hot Pepper Varieties||
Anaheim, Ancho/Poblano, Cayenne, Garden Salsa, Hot Banana, Jalapeno, Seranno, Sugar Rush Peach