Chile Pepper - Tabasco Seed Pack (Capsicum annum 'Tabasco')
Tabasco Chile Pepper
Capsicum annuum 'Tabasco'
When to Sow: Spring
Ease of Germination: Easy
The chile pepper used to make the famous hot sauce of the same name. Its origin is the southern Mexican state of Tabasco, but it is now mainly grown in Louisiana and other Gulf states. Attractive: fruits point upright, changing from yellow to orange and finally to bright red at which stage they are harvested. Compact bushes 60-90cm/24-36” high can bear as much as 100 chiles each. Heat: 30,000-50,000 Scoville units.
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