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HungarianHotWax

Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper Seeds

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The popular Hungarian Hot Wax peppers are fairly versatile and widely adaptable fruits. These wax peppers are a Mexican favorite that are about 4 times hotter than the Jalapeño and can be used in many culinary uses. The bright Hungarian yellow wax pepper grows to about 5 inches long with a conical, tapered shape and has smooth, waxy skin. It can be picked at any stage of yellow, orange, and the final ripened color of red. These Hungarian Hot Wax pepper plant is very productive with continuous sets and will even perform well in the northern climates and short-season climates. If you plan on pickling these, you will want to pick them at a light green color. 

The Hungarian Hot Wax chili is said to come from a cross between the mild banana pepper and hot chili peppers. This is great for salsas, stuffing, frying, roasting, soups, processing, and pickling! 

Species:Capsicum Annuum

Heat Level:5,000-10,000+ SHUs

Type: Mild

Origin: Hungary

Days to Harvest: 70+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Mild but good

I noticed these were a little unpredictable. Some were surprisingly spicy, but seemingly not more than a jalapeno, in my opinion (maybe just an equally hot but different type of spicy flavor like how a red pepper gradually warms up your face vs a jalapeño hitting your tongue like a snake). Some came out mild. A good pepper to pluck, rinse, and crunch. Overall the plant produced many peppers and I was only using a three gallon bucket.

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Mild but good

I noticed these were a little unpredictable. Some were surprisingly spicy, but seemingly not more than a jalapeno, in my opinion (maybe just an equally hot but different type of spicy flavor like how a red pepper gradually warms up your face vs a jalapeño hitting your tongue like a snake). Some came out mild. A good pepper to pluck, rinse, and crunch. Overall the plant produced many peppers and I was only using a three gallon bucket.