As things begin to slow down in the field, with crops finishing for the season, half-forgotten gems brighten up the harvest days. Here, two beds of hot peppers, tucked away at the bottom of the field, have been doing uncommonly well. I’m not well versed in pepper heat, but I can tell that most of the selection is…rather hot. So hot that delicately biting into the flesh, without actually chewing a piece, is enough to provide a sensation that most people find quite intense, even slightly alarming. These beautiful red Cayenne Long Slim are no exception!
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nice looking plants! i would advice you to try growing some habanero chilli peppers. they re a bit hotter than cayennes but their flavour is amazing. if you do not lke them toohot you can always remove the seeds.
IAM HAVEING MY FIRST SHOT AT GROWING PEPPERS.SLIM LONG REDS.MY PLANTS ARE 6 OR 7 IN.. ONE HAS A 3 IN.PEPPER.IS IT RARE FOR SUCH A SMALL PLANT TO GROW THAT KIND OF PEPPER SO FAST?
Those peppers are beautiful! I’m sure the flavor was wonderful!
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You can find out the “Hotness” of your peppers by going to the internet site http://www.Scoville.com.