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.
Concentrated set of wrinkled, very pungent fruit, 6 inches long and 1¼ inches in diameter. Very pungent, even when small. Useful for sauce and drying. 76 days.
Bountiful harvest of pencil-shaped fruits that are 5 inches long and ½ inch thick, but often curled and twisted. Flavor is red hot and best used in very hot dishes. Easily dried. 75 days.
A Cayenne type of pepper with pointed pods, 2 to 3 inches long and 3/8 inch wide. They mature to dark red and are thin fleshed. Ranging from 15,000 to 30,000 Scoville units, they are usually ground into dry powder for red chile sauces or added to soups and stews. 80 days.
Often seen in grocery stores labeled “finger-hots”, these are bright green at first but later turn to red. Cayenne peppers are about 10 inches long and 1½ inches wide, and are borne in abundance. Use them whenever good, spicy flavor is desired. Intermediate resistance to TMV and PVY. 85 days.