Ranked as the hottest pepper in the world by Guinness, and registering at over 1,500,000 Scoville heat units, this is not a pepper for the timid. The fruit average 1.5 to 2 inches in length and have a nice fruity flavor if you are able to dilute the heat in your favorite dish to something you can eat. Fruit look like a bumpy little devil with a pointed tail. Reaper seeds are difficult to germination and require a heating pad and thirty days just to sprout. 95 days.
Fruit of this unusual habanero average 3 to 4 inches in length with a slender width. Fruit have a fruity habanero flavor with high pungency. Sturdy plants reach 36 inches, and offer good cover against sunburn. Produced commercially in the Yucatan Peninsula, this variety is very productive. It even performs well in cooler climates. 90 days.
This chili pepper is different from others in its class, sporting 6 to 9 inch fruit that mature green to red and taper to a point, reminding us of its namesake – Texas Longhorn cattle. Pungency reaches 10,000 to 20,000 Scoville units, offering a punch for those who like it hot, and flavor just right for salsa. Plants grow to 40 inches and will require staking due to heavy yield potential. Does well in hot climates. 85 days.
Enormous jalapenos that are bigger than any we have trialed in the past. The fruit are nearly 5 inches long and produce great yields of outstanding fruit that turn from green to red. The heat does not linger on your tongue. Flavors and aroma are more complex that most jalapenos, so Paquime is really great for making salsa. It is also great for grilling or stuffing. 70 days to mature green fruit.
Super Khi offers a beautiful ornamental plant with a semi-compact growth habit, sporting an abundance of hot chili peppers that are borne upright. The vigorous plants and pungent fruit provide a lasting source of delicious flavorings for Chinese or Thai dishes. Fruit mature from green to red, and are best harvested when red at 1.5 inches in length. 70 - 75 days
These creamy white peppers are smaller than the typical habanero, only about 1½ inches long and ½ inch across, but with the same habanero heat and distinctive fruity flavor. Expect abundant harvests of these very hot peppers. 90 days.
This extra-large habanero is not only special for its size and productivity, it also ranks as one of the world’s hottest peppers. Expect an impressive harvest of these 2½ inch long chocolate-brown peppers, but handle with care as these fruit are searingly hot. This is a beautiful and very tasty habanero. 85 days.
Beautiful, clear lemon-yellow cayenne peppers really load up on compact plants. Slightly curved peppers become about 4 inches long and ½ inch wide. This is an unusual color in a hot pepper, making it a real standout in the garden. 72 days.