This variety of pepper is easy to grow and will produce high yields. These very hot peppers have thin walls making them an excellent candidate for drying. Often, these plants are used as chile flakes or powder, pickling, or eating fresh.
30 organic seeds per packet
Sow seeds indoors 8 weeks before the first frost. Cover with 1/2" of soil and keep warm. After the last frost, begin hardening off your seedlings (adjust them slowly to the new environment) and plant in the garden 20" apart.