This is a very hot pepper, small but mighty. Used in spicy Asian dishes. The fruits are 2 inches long. Can be dried whole and stored as a spice. Matures in 75 days from transplant.
Always handle hot peppers and their seeds with gloves.
Tip: Start pepper seeds end of February or early March. Peppers like consistent warm weather, transplant seedlings out in warm fertile garden soil. Pepper plants do exceptionally well in raised beds.
20 seeds @ $4.95
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