How to Grow Hot Peppers
The Anaheim Chili Pepper is great for roasting, stuffing, stews, sauces and eaten raw and can be harvested green or deep red!
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!
The Chocolate Scotch Bonnet is a really hot pepper has a sweet fruity slightly smoky flavor, but with a lot of heat, perfect for any sauce or salsa!
Black leaves and purple flowers create a beautiful display in the garden.
The Devil's Tongue Pepper has an intense heat with a delicious citrus flavor that ripens to a fiery red with a wrinkled texture!
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 flavorful Peach Habanero Pepper is perfect for any hot pepper lover as it is a great for container plantings and patio gardens!
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!