This is a beautiful purple-fruited version of Serrano. Peppers turn deep purple and are a little longer than those of regular Serrano, but with the same candle-flame shape. Plants are tall and branching with the fuzzy foliage typical of Serranos. Very hot and wonderful for salsas as well as many other dishes. 85 days.
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. This hybrid serrano combines big, extended harvests of large, firm peppers with resistance to 3 races of Bacterial Spot, Potato Virus Y, and nematodes. These peppers are 4 inches long and 1 inch wide with 3,000 Scoville units of heat, making them great for giving an extra kick to salsas and pico de gallo. 75 days.
Very hot chile called for in many recipes. Candle-flame shaped fruit are 2¼ inches long, green, then red at full maturity. Borne on attractive 30 to 36 inch branching plants. Suitable for salsas and sauce recipes as well as eating fresh. 75 to 80 days.
Excellent production, flavor, and size make this serrano-type pepper great for the home gardener as well as commercial production. Firm, large peppers are uniformly straight with a solid core and hold up well even after picking. Fairly compact plants yield an early harvest and are highly resistant to Potato Y virus. 75 days.
A traditional serrano heirloom that has three times more heat than an average jalapeno. However, the heat value is variable from plant to plant and it tends not to overpower your food, although it can be very hot. Fruit are 3 to 4 inches in length and change from green to red while maturing. Good for salsa, sauces and soups. 75 days.