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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.
'Thai Hot'. 65 days. Short plants produce small, pointed, 1 inch long green peppers that mature red. One of the hottest of the hot peppers and decorative, too.
'Tri-Color Variegated'. 75 days. The variegated foliage, exhibiting shades of white, green and purple, really makes this plant stand out. Purple stems and blooms add to the charm. Fruits are hot and turn from deep purple to bright red at maturity. Thought to have originated in the rain forests of Central America.
'Trinidad Scorpion'. 110 days. Habanero type pepper from Trinidad & Tobago. Fruit ripens from the top down, creating a tricolor effect (Orange, yellow and green), before eventually turning completely red. Pods are mushroom shaped with the bottom coming to a point, resembling a scorpion's tail and 2 to 2.5 inches long by 1.25 to 1.75 inches wide. Plants reach 2 to 3 feet tall.