Hot Pepper, Ring of Fire
The long, thin cayenne-style pepper lives up to the name! It's super spicy heat will thrill and makes a great addition to hot sauces, soups, or dried and ground for pepper flakes. It is a true hot pepper!
Hot Pepper: As group of veggies with tons and tons of variety, there is a pepper for everyone out there. Hot pepper’s heat come from a chemical they produce called capsaicin. Even when they turn out to be too spicy to eat, I love to use the peppers to make a hot oil that can deter pests like squirrels.
Growing Tips: Hot peppers love sun and heat! They do great all summer long in a greenhouse as well as in the garden. Give peppers plenty of fertility and at least 12 inches between plants.