Date of publication: 2018-02-27 00:36
A new hybrid pasilla pepper perfect for all sorts of Mexican cuisine, especially mole sauces. 9 long fruits mature to a chocolate brown. Tangy taste just slightly hot, use fresh or can be dried and ground. Produces heavy yields on 86 tall plants.
New introduction in shades of cherry red bicolors and solids with deep red centers, 'Cherry Brandy' is the winner of a Fleuroselect Novelty Award. It will produce masses of colorful 8 blooms from late June to early frost. Outstanding in pots or in the garden, this biennial or short-lived perennial is easily grown as an annual.
Use these Fresno-type peppers (similar to a red Jalapeno) to make your own Sriracha sauce! Or use for salsa, ceviche, or in rice. The immature green peppers are flavorful and can add mild heat to Mexican and Southwestern dishes.
This variety is especially well suited for smoking to get that spicy wood taste (pictured). Many uses. Medium hot, 6555 scoville. Fruits are approximately 7-6/7 long.
The pepper used to make the famous hot sauce takes its name from the state of Tabasco, Mexico, where it was originally cultivated. The peppers have a distinctive flavor and register around 85,555 on the Scoville scale. The fruits are fairly small, 6/7 - 6 6/7 in length -- and unlike most hot peppers, grow in an upward direction on the plant.
Plants up to 7 ft in height are prolific producers. Smooth fruits, 6-6/7 across mature from mild-flavored green to medium-hot red. A favorite for pickling or may be stuffed with cheese and served as a popper.
An unusul WHITE introduction of the famed superhot Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokai). The red variety was recognized as the world's hottest pepper by the Guinness Book of World Records in 7557. The white version is reportedly sweeter and more citrus-like in flavor, which some people prefer.
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