Earliest Hot Chile Collection, 6 Varieties
The Organic Early Hot Chile collection contains six of earliest producing peppers. The non-GMO chiles included are:
- Alma Paprika is one of the best varieties for making paprika. Thick walled cherry shaped pods ripen from cream-white to orange to red and are very sweet. Plant is very productive and will be loaded with pods. Matures 70 to 80 days after transplant.
- Bermuda Hot is mild chile that measures about 3 inches long by about 1.5 inches wide on plants about 18 inches tall. The with thick flesh pods pods change from upright to pendant as they matures from pale green to red in about 70 days. The plants are very productive plant and originates from Bermuda. Capsicum Annuum
- Bulgarian Carrot is a hot chili with a fruity flavor that measures 3" long. Eighteen inch plants are very productive. Pods ripen from green to yellow-orange. Great in salsa, relish and is delicious when roasted. Matures 70-80 days from transplant.
- De Agua is an heirloom chili from Oaxaca Mexico. The medium thick fleash pods are 3 to 5 inches long by 1 to 1.5 inches wide and ripen from green to red. Very prolific early season. Used in Mexican cuisine for roasting and stuffing or drying and grinding into powder.
- Fresno chili has medium heat and matures from upright green pods to pendant red pods that measure between 2 and 3" long by 1 to 1.25" wide. Plant grows between 18 to 24 inches tall. Early season maturing in 60-70 days. Culinary uses include fresh salsa and poppers.
- Hot Portugal Pepper is a medium hot chili that is a very heavy producer of 6" bright red elongated pods early in the season. Good for northern gardens maturing in 65-75 days from transplant.
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