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NuMex Twilight Pepper Seeds

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Do you wish to have peppers that sparkle like a rainbow in your garden? It’s time to stop dreaming and get your hands on the colorful, eye-catching, gorgeous NuMex Twilight pepper ! The ornamental NuMex Twilight pepper plant produce beautiful pods that are said to be a saltier, bitter taste, but these aren’t really made to be for tasting as the flavors are less than admirable. These are one of the prettiest plants that you’ll grow when colors are shifting, so why grow flowers when you can grow these peppers instead? The NuMex Twilight Chili will mature like a rainbow, aging from purple to yellow, orange, then finally red. At a heat level of 30,000-50,000 SHUs, these peppers are similar to Cayenne and Tabasco peppers’ heat levels. 

This Numex pepper is a chili hybrid created at New Mexico State University and is a hybrid of the Thai ornamental pepper. The Thai ornamental is a much hotter pepper ranging from 50,000-100,000 SHUs, but it doesn’t start off with that same beautiful purple hue as the NuMex Twilight. You can grow this variety to decorate your windowsill, balcony, patio, or garden! 

Species: Capsicum Annuum   

Heat Level: 30,000-50,000 SHUs 

Type: Mild 

Origin: New Mexico, USA 

Days to Harvest: 70+ Days 

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

Want to grow more NuMex pepper seeds? Check out our NuMex Sandia Pepper Seeds, NuMex Twilight Pepper SeedsNuMex Big Jim Pepper SeedsNuMex Joe E Parker Pepper SeedsNuMex 6-4 Pepper Seeds

Can’t decide which NuMex peppers to grow? Try your hand in growing six NuMex varieties with our NuMex Pepper Seed Collection that’ll light up your garden and cooking.

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JAMES MAJORS
Great peppers,great service

Pepper seeds were delivered on time as promised. I was impressed by the selection of seeds Pepper Joe’s offers. Numex twilight has been a favorite ornamental I’ve grown since 2014.

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Andrew Hereth
They won't give up

Constantly getting asked for review... So here goes. Planted on July 28 Today is Aug 18 and haven't sprouted yet

Thank you for taking the time to review. Keep in mind hot peppers do have a longer germination some taking up to 6 weeks. If you are following our recommended steps for germination (https://pepperjoe.com/pages/gardening-tips-starting-peppers-from-seed) you should start seeing seedlings soon! Thanks again!

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