How to Grow Hot Peppers
The wrinkly dark brown 7 Pot Douglah Pepper is one of the hottest and rarest of the 7 pod strains available and is extremely spicy!
The Beaver Dam Pepper ripens from green to orange to red with just a touch of a tangy heat flavor that makes is a great pepper for stuffing!
The Carolina Reaper is a very hot pepper that has a sweet chocolate-cherry under tone with hint of fiery citrus that is extremely hot!
Black leaves and purple flowers create a beautiful display in the garden.
The super-hot Dragon's Breath pepper might be tiny, but it is out of this world!
The Early Jalapeno Pepper has a dark green, thick skin that forms to the shape of a cone and can be enjoyed fresh or pickled on salads, dips or tacos!
The Guajillo Pepper is a high yielding orange-red-brown hot pepper that is perfect for salsa and sauces as well as excellent for drying!
The Jay's Ghost Scorpion Pepper os a peachy colored pepper that is lined with bumps and twists and has an immediate burn that slowly lingers to the sinuses.
The Lemon Drop Pepper is an excellent seasoning pepper from Peru with a crisp and clean, uncomplicated flavor is hot with some citrus notes.
The Pepper X Ville strain is a (secret cross) of a selected reaper shape variety that is guaranteed to be the hottest thing humans discovered so far!