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Medium Hot Seeds

Ring of Fire Pepper Seeds

Ring of Fire Pepper Seeds

9 total reviews

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Also known as the "Ring o Fire pepper" or "Ring of Fire Cayenne pepper", this is a newer variety of the Cayenne pepper. Ring of Fire peppers are similar in appearance, color, and heat, but they are much more productive and reach an earlier maturity stage, perfect for growers with shorter warmer seasons!

The Ring of Fire pepper plant grows to a measly foot-and-a-half tall. These are compact and bushy, producing great yields of these peppers that grow up to 4" long. The small, tapered peppers will ripen from dark green to bright red, and as they mature, they get hotter and more flavorful. You can enjoy Ring of Fire peppers at any stage of maturity, however.

These are tasty, fiery peppers that are commonly used for hot sauces, and as a dried format to be used for chili powder or chili flakes (we recommend adding this powder to your chilis or to your chocolate chip cookies, or as pepper places on pizza).

*These seeds are treated for pesticides*

  • Species: Capsicum Annuum
  • Heat Level: 20,000-50,000+ SHUs
  • Type: Medium Hot
  • Flavor: Spicy
  • Origin: Mexico
  • Pod Size: 4"
  • Plant Height: 1.5 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 60+ Days

Browse through other Cayenne Pepper Seed varieties and be sure to check out our Medium Hot Pepper Seed collection for more options.

We also carry delicious Cayenne Pepper Snacks & Spices for you to enjoy!


  • Heat Level:
  • Plant size: 1.5 ft.
  • Pod size: 4"
  • Origin: Mexico
  • Species: Annuum
  • SHU: 20,000-50,000+

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Tracy Douglas

All seeds germinated within 10 days!

irene wood
Good short season variety

Ring of Fire is one of the (very) few hot
Peppers that grow well and produce in
Interior Alaska. Most of the peppers will
Not ripen before frost, but I just cut the
Entire plant and put in a warm, dry place.
All the green peppers turn a gorgeous
Shiny red, then dry right on the plant.
The dried peppers keep for a long time.

William Williams
all sprouted.

all sprouted.