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PEPPER PICTURE GALLERY - Hot Peppers

Copyright © 2001-2013 all right reserved.

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The Bullet® pepper of any color, is a Federally registered trademark,
owned by Craig & Sue Dremann of the Redwood City Seed Company
.

HS = Craig's Hotness scale Copyrighted © 1984-2012, numbers rating each hot pepper, indicates how many ounces of sauce will have a detectable hotness when one one ounce of the pepper is added. d=dried pepper, f=fresh peppers.

Our SEED CATALOG contains these seeds.


Aji Chocolate pepperAji Chocolate (HS:1,500 d)

Aji Yellow pepper
Aji Yellow [HS:1,000 d)

Anaheim pepper
Anaheim (life sized) (HS:25 f)

Ancho pepper
Ancho Mexican Large (life sized) (HS:22 f)

Barker pepperBarker, roasting pepper [HS:580 f]

Bhut Jolokia plant

Bhut Jolokia Smooth fruit [HS:60,000 d]

A Kentucky greenhouse hydoponic pepper growing family sent us pictures of their fresh Bhut harvests: When planted in 5 gallon pine bark bags with calcium nitrate added to the nutrient solution, plants grew by the end of the year to 3 feet across and 6 feet tall, producing 1,000 peppers on each plant. The weight of the fruit was treatening to break off branches. Photos copyright © 2010 by Gerald Locker, used with permission.

Those peppers sold for retail for $3 each and wholesale for 50 cents each, making the Bhut one of the most valuable legal agricultural products you can grow, and at 100 fruit per pound, the value was from $50-300 per pound, yielding $500-$3,000 per plant. Until growers start producing acres of this pepper, the production from 1,000 plants could buy you a nice home.

There are several strains of seed of the Bhut Jolokia from many other sources, with a very wide range in their heat levels, and we measured the fresh fruit from 7,143 to 25,000 and the heat level for the dried fruit can be as high as HS: 35,000.

California Mild pepper Calif. Mild (HS:50 d)
Cascabel pepper Catarina pepperCayenne pepper
Cascabel (HS:1,600 d)...Catarina (HS:150-4,400 d)....Cayenne Long Slim (HS:625 f)

Cherry Hot pepper Chimayo pepper
Cherry Large Hot (HS:125 f)....Chimayo (HS:370 f)

chilhuacle amarillo chilhuacle negro chilhuacle rojo

Chilhuacle Amarillo [HS:156 d]...Negro [HS:185 d}..Rojo [HS:192 d]

Mexican Negro pepper Chilaca, Pasilla or Mexican Negro (HS:72 d)

Chiltepec Costeno amarillo

Chiltepec [HS:2,470 d]..Costeno Amarillo [100 d]


Costeno Rojo
Costeno Rojo [192 d]

Cubanelle pepper
Cubanelle
(HS: 1.5 f)

De Agua De Arbol pepper

De Agua [HS:1,193 d] .......................De Arbol (8,000 d) dried pods

Esphanola pepper
Espanola (HS: 131 f)

Fresno pepper Guajillo pepper
Fresno (HS: 178 f)...................................Guajillo (1,300 f)

GHOST PEPPER - see Bhut Jolokia.



THE HABANEROS (Capsicum chinense) --also see the Scotch Bonnets.
Habanero Orange................Habanero Mustard
Habanero Craig's Orange Deluxe™....Hananero Mustard (HS:36,810 d)
[HS:30,030 d]

Habanero peach Gold Bullet
Habanero Peach (HS:41,558 d).......Habanero Gold Bullet® tall [HS:24,390 d]

Habanero White Bullet
Habanero White Bullet
®. A single plant loaded with fruit [HS: 19,000 d]

Bullet® Habanero peppers are a Federally registered trademark, owned by Craig & Sue Dremann of the Redwood City Seed Company.


Hungarian Yellow WaxHungarian Yellow Wax (HS:42 f)

Jalapeno Early pepper Jalapeno M
.
Jal.Early [HS:700 f]..Jalapeño M (HS:238 f)

Jalapeno Craigs Grande
Jalapeño Craig's Grande (life size) [HS:1,230 f when red-ripe]

Japones pepper Joe E. Parker pepper
Japones (HS: 16,000 d)......................Joe E. Parker (HS:53 f)

Manzano orange pepper Manzano Red pepper Manzano Yellow pepper
Manzanos or Rocotos
Manzano Orange (HS:500 f)..Red (600 f).....Yellow (840 f

Manzano red plantOne Manzano plant
Grows like grape or a berry vine, with multiple canes growing from the roots, and in the first year, can get to be six feet long. If plants are kept above 50 degrees F. through the winter, by the third year, can produce 15 foot long vines, yielding a harvest of 500-1,000 pounds of fruit per plant.

Mulato pepper New Mexico 6-4
Mulato (HS:135 d)............New Mexico 6-4L (HS:3 f)

Numex Big Jim pepper Pequin pepper (life sized)
Numex Big Jim (HS:238 f)..................Pequin (HS:20,000 d)

Onza Amarillo
Onza Amarillo
Onza Rojo
Onza Rojo

Puya pepper Sadabahar
Puya (dried) (HS: 1,250 d).....Sadabahar [HS:60,000 d]

Sandia pepper
Sandia (HS:42 f)

Santa Fe Grande pepper Santa Fe Grande (HS:1,120 f)


THE SCOTCH BONNETS (Capsicum chinense) -- also see the Habaneros

Fatali pepper Haiti Red [6,000 d]
Fatali(HS: 17,582 f)

Scotch BonnetTobago scotch bonnet
Nelson's Yellow [HS:17,582 f]..Tobago Red [HS:17,141 f]
Serrano pepper

Serrano (HS:1,250 s).

Tabasco pepperTepin pepper Thai pepper
Tabasco (HS:10,000 f)....Tepin (HS:20K-64K d)......Thai Large (HS:13,300 d)

Trinidad Scorpion Trinidad Scorpion
Trinidad Scorpion Craig's Deluxe™--fresh fruit and dried [HS: 100,000-144,000 d]

Zimbabwe bird pepper
Zimbabwe Bird (HS;19,500 d)


SWEET PEPPER PICTURES
Copyright © 2001-2012 by Craig C. Dremann

Banana sweet pepper California wonder gold pepper
Banana Sweet.....California Wonder Gold

Dulcetta sweet pepper Jalapeno Sweet
Dulcetta™................Jalapeño Sweet


Updated March 26, 2013