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12 inches 30 inches
edible and very hot
Suitable in 1 gallon
A hot ornamental pepper that matures is about 85 days. Plants produce good yields of ¾” long by ½” wide hot, edible peppers.
Exposure: Full sun
Size: Plants are approximately 2 feet x 2 feet.
Bloom Time: Usually in bloom as transplants, with abundant small peppers appearing soon thereafter.
Care: Peppers grow upright in clusters, are very hot, and turn from purple, to yellow, to orange, to red when mature. Plants have green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. This ornamental pepper is suitable for growing in pots or containers.
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Dave’s Garden or Texas Superstar
This page last updated or reviewed 210701