HOT LONG PEPPERS

Elongated peppers that turn red at maturity. They are considerably spicy and can be eaten fresh or dried. A generally vigorous plant, it is medium or small-sized. We recommend planting 5-6 plants per square meter. To increase the spiciness, one must reduce watering during the ripening period. Transplantation to be started in April.

SALOMON PEPPER 4168 SALOMON PEPPER 4168
Code: 061498

Description:

Typical chili pepper with emerging fruits and very attractive bunches. It is cultivated in vegetable gardens and in pots or vases as an ornamental plant or spice.

CHEYENNE PEPPER 4159 CHEYENNE PEPPER 4159
Code: 061496

Description:

Erect, tall, and open plant with short internodes. The fruit is 14-16 cm long and its pulp is smooth, high in capsaicin, and bright red when fully ripe. It maintains a high spiciness even in winter and while still green (unripe). Excellent for drying.

PIROS PEPPER F1 PIROS PEPPER F1
Code: 060203

Description:

This smooth, dark green variety produces 12 cm long fruits with 2 cm wide sides that turn to deep red when ripe.