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Ristra Cayenne Pepper Seeds

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The Ristra Cayenne Pepper is truly a monster! These peppers will grow to a foot long, proving to be one of the bigger peppers we currently sell! Not only will they grow to be large peppers, but they will twist and curl as they continue to grow. The Ristra Cayenne pepper plant is easy to tend and grow, and it is quite a heavy producer. Ripening from green to red, the heat will build with 30,000 SHUs at its highest heat level when turned red. These can still be harvested at different stages, and they are great for drying, and to add in salsas, hot sauces, and chilis. 

Species: Capsicum Annuum  

Heat Level: 2,500 – 30,000 SHUs

Type: Mild-Medium

Origin: New Mexico, USA

Days to Harvest: 70+ Days

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

Craving some more Cayenne in your life? Check out our Purple Cayenne Pepper SeedsPepper Joe's Cayenne Pepper SeedsLong Red Narrow Cayenne Pepper SeedsRing of Fire Pepper SeedsCayenne Blend Pepper Seeds, and Cayenne Pepper 6-Pack Seeds

Don't miss out on this savory Sweet Cayenne Uncured Bacon Jerky! It is absolutely delicious to snack as itself, or to add to sandwiches.

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Tasty, but very mild

These plants grow very well and produce a lot of large, high quality peppers very quickly. The peppers have a great flavor, but if you're looking for any heat - look elsewhere. Even fully ripened, the peppers I've harvested off multiple plants are quite mild, almost zero heat.

Thank you for your honest feedback!

Customer Reviews

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Tasty, but very mild

These plants grow very well and produce a lot of large, high quality peppers very quickly. The peppers have a great flavor, but if you're looking for any heat - look elsewhere. Even fully ripened, the peppers I've harvested off multiple plants are quite mild, almost zero heat.

Thank you for your honest feedback!