Cow Horn Hot Peppers are named after there shape and relation to, you guessed it, a cow's horn. These cayenne peppers are large and thick-walled, with a heat that is fairly mild. These peppers are phenomenal for making sauces and drying to turn them into pepper flakes.
Cow Horn peppers start out as green, then turn to red as they ripen. Pods can grow up to 8" long and 1" wide. These chiles are an excellent choice for those who want to take their produce to market and those who want to grow these at a smaller scale in home gardens. Plants grow up to 3ft tall.
Capsicum Annuum (90 days until harvest)
Heat Level: 2,500 - 5,000 Scoville Heat Units
10+ Cow Horn Seeds Per Pack
This cool pepper has a rich spicy flavor with just the right amount of heat for most folks. It's hotter than the Jalapeno but not as hot as a Habanero....
#1 top producing Capsicum Annuum that you'll find anywhere. Where are the leaves?? There aren't many, mostly chilies. The more you pick, the more replacement peppers "shoot for the sun"...
What an explosion of colors on one of my favorite peppers. The absolute best pepper for drying. Each Chili has it's own unique taste too. Very flavorful! Don't just "Follow...