the plants are in a 1 gallon pot and the plant is 14 to 24 inches with flowers and in some cases with peppers
One of the hottest and most flavorful bird pepper types. It grows in Southwest United States,.
These plants are considered wild chiles and can withstand our Southwestern winters to give you years of chiles. The heat level rivals most habaneros. Pods ripen to a dark red and get up to over .25 in diameter. They grow well in pots with a well drained soil mix. I dry my pods and use a small coffee grinder to make a great tasting hot chile powder.
At Refining Fire Chiles we isolate our seed production plants to avoid cross-pollination with other chile species.