How to Grow Hot Peppers
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!
The bold, smoky Chile de Arbol Pepper has a bold, smoky flavor that is great for different sauces, soups and almost anything!
Black leaves and purple flowers create a beautiful display in the garden.
The Devil's Brain Pepper is a tiny red pepper that has a wrinkly thick wall resembling a brain, making it devilishly hot!
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 Orange Habanera Pepper will mature from a silvery green to a bright orange color and is among the hottest peppers available!
The flavorful Peach Habanero Pepper is perfect for any hot pepper lover as it is a great for container plantings and patio gardens!