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'Mucho Nacho Hybrid'. 75 days. If you ever wished jalapeños were bigger, then this is for you. These jumbos are also hotter than the standard jalepeno. The 4 inch long peppers ripen red at full maturity.

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'Numex Big Jim'. 80 days. Large medium hot peppers, can get up to 12 inches long and up to 4 ounces. Although, in our area they don't get quite that large. Anaheim type, good for Chiles Rellenos.

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'Numex Twilight'. 120 days. An ornamental piquin-type chili with green leaves and purple fruit that ripens to yellow, orange, and then red. This variety has fruit in all four color states at the same time. Very Striking and great for containers.

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'Padron'. 60 days. Tapas pepper. For mostly mild fruit, pick when about 1 inch long. If allowed to reach full mature size of 2 to 3 inches long, all fruit will be spicy hot! In Spain, these peppers are served sauteed in olive oil with a little sea salt, and eaten as tapas (appetizer).
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'Pasilla Bajio'. 78 days. Chile Negro. Sturdy plants produce very mild, 8 to 10 inch long, fruity tasting peppers with just a little zing. They have less than 250 Scoville units and are mainly used dried for their rich, smoky flavoring in sauces.

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'Peter Pepper'. 90 days. This ornery old heirloom is grown as much to shock the prudish as for its culinary value! Pods are 4 to 6 inches long, blunt-ended, and mature to a deep red - excellent for chili powder. Dense plants, 20-30 inches tall. Limited supply.

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'Piquin'. 120 days. From northern New Mexico. Small, oblong, very hot fruit are produced on this four foot tall plant. Good for drying.

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'Poblano Ancho'. 68 days. This medium-hot chile is known in Mexico as Poblano when used fresh and as Ancho when dried. These heart-shaped peppers are about 2 inches in diameter and up to 4 inches long. They are dark green and mature to a mahogany color. Plants can be tall and rangy.

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'Purple Jalapeño'. 75 days. Larger than regular jalapeño but just as hot. This fruit turns dark purple and stays that way for a long time before finally ripening to red. Very attractive pickled with a mixture of other jalapeño colors.

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'Robustini Pepperoncini Hybrid'. 62 days. Hybrid. Thin-walled 2-3 inch long fruits with slightly lobed tips. Harvest and pickle in white vinegar when fruits reach light yellowish green. Pickled peppers are ready in 1 to 6 months.

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'Rooster Spur'. Short, bushy, small-leafed birds nest plant with dozens of fiery, fingernail sized fruit. Great for drying.

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'Royal Black'. 90 days. Very hot. Compact, 2 foot tall plants with black stems and foliage. Small, oblong, pointed, jet black fruit.

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'Serrano Grande'. 60 days. Peppers twice the size of traditional Serrano with prolific fruit set. Very hot chile used in many recipes. Plants are 30 to 36 inches tall and well branched. Green fruit matures red. Disease resistant.

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'Super Chile'. 75 days. 1988 All-America Selection. Semi-compact plant bears very hot, 2 1/2 inch long fruits. Peppers ripen from green to orange to red. This is a good variety to grow in a container year-round.

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'Tabasco'. 90 to 100 days. This exceptionally hot pepper produces small, slender yellow-green fruits that mature red. Plants are vigorous and high-yielding. These will bring tears to your eyes.

  • Thomas DeBaggio
    (1942-2011)