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Anaheim Chili Pepper 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
The Anaheim Chili Pepper is a mild to medium heirloom chili pepper that is commonly used in Mexican, and other spicy dishes. It is the most commonly used variety for chile rellenos. The Anaheim Chili Pepper is large, colorful, and tasty. Grows to six inches long. 500-2500 Scovilles.
Harvest in 77 days.
Fresno Chili Pepper 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Named in honor of Fresno, California (Go Bulldogs!), this pepper is often confused with jalapenos, but instead Fresnos have thinner walls, often milder heat, and less time to maturity. Immature green Fresno peppers are more versatile with a mild heat, and can be added to many types of dishes.
Green Fresnos can also be pickled and eaten whole. Mature, red Fresnos provide less flavor, but more heat. Plant produces good yields of 3 inches long by 1 ¼ inches wide hot peppers. Peppers are very hot and turn from green to red when mature. Plant has green stems, dark green leaves, and white flowers. Excellent for roasting, pickling, or for making salsa. Disease Resistant: Tobacco Mosia.
Harvest in 85 days.
Smokin Ed's Carolina Reaper Chili Pepper 25 Open Pollinated Seeds
This pepper--the world's hottest, at one time (is now 3rd hottest)--is beautiful bright red with a rough surface and a long stinger. Be very, very careful using this pepper. Use gloves when handling the seeds. Those who don't fear the Reaper are fools. Its Scoville rating is 1,569,300 SHU. Flavor has been described as sweet, fruity, with a hint of cinnamon with chocolate undertones. Uses include hot sauces, salsas, cooking, settling old scores and combat. Seeds can take up to 6-8 weeks for proper germination.
Harvest in 120 days.
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