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Hot Pepper.

'Garden Salsa'. 73 days. Medium hot pepper developed for salsa. Fruits are 1 inch wide and about 8 inches long. Disease resistant hybrid.

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'Giant Thai Hot'. 42 days. Fruits are twice the size of regular Thai hot peppers. Developed by R.E. Bernstrom of Richmond, Ky. Green fruit matures red. Fruits are about 1 inch long, and shaped like a top.

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'Golden Cayenne'. 70 days to first fruit. Long, curved, slender peppers mature yellow. Very hot. This is an unusual color in a hot pepper, making it a stand out in the garden.

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'Habanero'. 95 days. Habanero has a reputation as one of the hottest of the hot peppers. A native of the torrid Yucatan peninsula, it has become a badge of pepper courage. Ripens to a golden orange, and is plenty hot with a Scoville rating between 100,000 and 350,000 units.

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'Habanero, Chocolate'. 85 days. Intensely hot, chocolate colored fruit same size as regular habanero.

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'Habanero, Red'. 95 days. This Habanero variety matures red and has supreme heat; one of its brethren tested 577,000 Scoville units, at the time, the hottest in the world, according to Chile Pepper magazine.

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'Habanero, White'. 100 days. Small, blistering hot white peppers. So hot that just a splinter sized piece is almost too much to handle.

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'Hot Paper Lantern'. 70 days lime green/90 days red ripe. Habanero type with larger, slightly elongated pods. Very hot. More productive than regular habanero. Fruits change from lime green through shades of orange to scarlet red as they ripen.

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'Hungarian Yellow Wax'. 67 days. Spicy and fairly hot fruits 6 to 8 inches long and 1 inch in diameter are produced. Yellow peppers turn orange then red at maturity. Easy to stuff and to peal after roasting. Thick fleshed for frying.

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'Indian Jwala'. Very hot! Jwala means volcano. The most popular chile used in India. Also called Indian Finger Hot. Slender, 4 inch long, wrinkled fruit ripens red. Plants are very productive.

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'Italian Roaster'. 70 days. Mildly hot, narrow fruits reach up to 8 inches in length and ripen red. Thin walled-good for salads or grilling. Good, spicy flavor.
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'Jaloro'. 70 days. Virus resistant. This is the first yellow jalapeƱo, the handiwork of the Texas Agricultural Extension service. Fruits ripen orange and then red. Plants are compact.

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'Kung Pao Hybrid/ Balada'. 85 days. Medium hot, 4 1/2 inch long fruits ripen red. Thin walls make this variety good for drying and storing.

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'Lemon Drop'. 100 days. Intensely hot, conical fruit with a citrus flavor. Ripens yellow. Needs long season to develop. 1/2 inch X 2 1/2 inch long fruits are bright yellow and slightly crinkled. Peruvian seasoning pepper.

Hot Pepper.

'Mexibell'. 70 days. This is an improvement on the Mexibell Hybrid, an ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS winner in 1988. Large, bell shaped peppers are fiery hot and wonderful for adding lots of heat to cooked dishes. Peppers are green, but turn red upon maturity.

  • Thomas DeBaggio
    (1942-2011)


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