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CowHornPepperSeeds

Cow Horn Pepper Seeds

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Also known as the cowhorn hot pepper, the Cow Horn Hot Peppers are named after their shape and relation to, you guessed it, a cow's horn. These large thick-walled cayenne peppers are large and thick-walled with a heat that is fairly mild. The Cow Horn chili is a long, slender, curved pod that is phenomenal for making sauces and drying to turn them into pepper flakes. We recommend cooking with this pepper because its heat is family-friendly, so the Cow Horn is also great for pickling, hot sauces, salsas, and many more culinary uses.

Cow Horn peppers start out as green, then turn to red as they ripen. The Cow Horn pepper plant produces pods can grow up to 8" to 10” long and 1" wide. That’s three Jalapeños to match the total length of the average Cow Horn pepper! 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. The Cow Horn plant grows up to 3 feet tall.

Want more heat? Look into the Cayenne, Serrano, Shishito, and Santa Fe.

Fun Fact: The cowhorn pepper (a.k.a. cow horn or cown-horn) is one of the largest chilis in the world!

Species:Capsicum Annuum

Heat Level: 2,500-5,000 + SHUs

Type: Mild

Origin: South America

Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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L. Greenwood
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I bought a mass amount of different varieties from PJ's I'll have to wait until end of season to review the rest. But these.... these beautiful seeds. Since the start they grew faster and harder than any of the other seeds. Looking at them now, and to be fair only comparing them to other cayenne peppers, since superhots are slowgrows early on. These are incredible.
I planted 3 seeds. All 3 sprouted and are DOUBLED the size of every other pepper plant I have.
I admit my methods are not scientific at all. But I 'top' my plants when they reach the appropriate time, since I have quite a long growing season in Florida. But I keep the topping consistent.

Long story short. If these seeds are from the genetics of the seeds I got, this is definitely something you will want to buy if you enjoy cayenne flavors and a lot of lovely long peppers.

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L. Greenwood
Champion Plants

I bought a mass amount of different varieties from PJ's I'll have to wait until end of season to review the rest. But these.... these beautiful seeds. Since the start they grew faster and harder than any of the other seeds. Looking at them now, and to be fair only comparing them to other cayenne peppers, since superhots are slowgrows early on. These are incredible.
I planted 3 seeds. All 3 sprouted and are DOUBLED the size of every other pepper plant I have.
I admit my methods are not scientific at all. But I 'top' my plants when they reach the appropriate time, since I have quite a long growing season in Florida. But I keep the topping consistent.

Long story short. If these seeds are from the genetics of the seeds I got, this is definitely something you will want to buy if you enjoy cayenne flavors and a lot of lovely long peppers.