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
This is a very striking ornamental pepper with variegated green, white, and purple foliage and small purple fruit, which turn red when ripe. Plants are low-growing and mound shaped, which lend them to use in flower beds and borders. This variety is also known as Variegata. 75 days.
These compact, mound-shaped plants have tiny leaves and grow no more than 1 foot tall. They become covered with very hot, ½ to 1 inch long red fruit that is held upright on the plant, creating quite a showy display. 90 days.
An ornamental piquin-type chile with purple foliage and flowers. Tiny peppers ripen from purple to yellow, orange, and finally to red. Compact plants are well suited to container growing. While the pungent fruit is edible, it is usually just used as an ornamental. 120 days.
An ornamental pepper variety bearing a profusion of round, marble-sized fruit that turn from cream-colored to yellow, then red. Small, mound-shaped plants become densely covered with fruit and are very decorative. 70 days.
Very striking ornamental pepper with violet-tinged leaves that look almost blue and are sometimes marked with a faint white speckling. Small purple round-oval fruit grow upright on the plant and hold their color for a long time before finally turning red. Plants are slightly spreading and grow compact, making this beautiful plant useful for landscaping. 90 days.
This ornamental pepper variety is the very essence of purple and makes a beautiful and colorful accent in the landscape or tucked into containers. Plants grow 10 to 14 inches tall and nearly as wide with deep amethyst fruit, stems, and flowers. Small, 1 inch peppers appear first as dark purple, then turn orange and finally mature to bright red. 85 days.
Reminiscent of its namesake, the crown of this plant bears clusters of brilliant red peppers arranged in a circle like the petals of a poinsettia. Thin, 3-inch long peppers point upwards atop dark green foliage, making for a very pretty plant. The fruit is edible, although very hot. Striking ornamental that would also be well suited to containers. 90 days.
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. This ornamental pepper seems to explode in a riot of color, bringing bright orange and red to landscapes or containers. Chilly Chili is safe to use around children because the peppers are not pungent. 2 to 2½ inch long fruit are borne above the foliage and start out greenish-yellow, then turn to orange, and finally to dark red. Plants grow about 1 foot tall and wide.
Absolutely beautiful ornamental pepper is the blackest of any pepper plant we’ve ever seen. Compact plants grow no more than 2 feet tall with deep purple-black foliage, dark stems, purple flowers, and jet-black tiny peppers. The effect is quite striking in the vegetable garden. Peppers are edible although very hot. 90 days.
Colorful 2 to 3 inch long narrow hot peppers erupt into a riot of color atop short, compact plants for a gorgeous ornamental display. Peppers start out yellow, progress to orange, and finally to deep, bright red, creating a long lasting, multi-colored effect that is reminiscent of brightly burning flames. Riot was developed by Dr. Jim Baggett at Oregon State University, and although classified as ornamental, the peppers are edible. 60-70 days.