Kameron Searle's Giant Chili Pequin Plant - Are you interested?




I think I may have the largest chili pequin plant in the world.

I am used to them being a foot and a half or two feet tall.

I have a three year old plant that is over six feet tall and getting taller. See the pictures.

It is a monster growing in a raised bed in partial shade near a large live oak tree.

I live in Katy, Texas. My plant is three years old and has handled the last three winters with no help from me.

I believe a bird dropped the seed in my garden. When it started growing, I left it alone. Then it just kept growing.

Most of the peppers are dark purple/almost black, but there are also the usual red ones on the same plant. The white flowers are the same size and the standard chili pequin.

It is the most prolific pepper plant I have ever seen.

It currently has hundreds of peppers on it. The size of the peppers are the usual size and extremely hot.

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Jul 03, 2020
Great Pequin
by: Juanita


Sounds like you might have a new plant. Looks great.

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