Found all over South America, these peppers are frequently used fresh, in a sauce or salsa, or dried and ground. They have a heat similar to Cayenne peppers and a nice, bright flavor that is quite unique among peppers. 40,000 SHU.
Plant comes fully rooted in a 3" pot. Plant in full sun in well-draining soil in a large pot or the ground. Water and fertilize regularly to yield the best crop. Avoid overhead watering.
'Know this, that by growing and sharing these Native species we are keeping them around for future generations.' - Jim Duffy, Refining Fire Chiles